Travel to another country for the day without the need of a visa or passport! Anderson Tours' A Day in Wales trip is now new and improved with more time in Cardiff!
Anderson Tours Day in Wales trip is now new and improved with more time in Cardiff and is one of our most popular day trips!
This trip includes the services of a local guide throughout as we visit the Welsh capital city for sightseeing by coach, then free time for lunch.
We then move on to the impressive Caerphilly Castle with its extensive water defences (entrance is included).
In the early evening we commence our scenic drive back through the Welsh valleys. The tour returns to London at approximately 8.30pm.
Return coach travel
Guided tour of Cardiff with a local Welsh guide
Entrance into Caerphilly Castle
Free time in Cardiff
07.30 - 09.15am London pick-ups
London Bridge (7.30am), Kings Cross (7.55am), Baker Street (8.10am), Victoria (8.25am), South Kensington (8.50am) Earls Court (9.00am), Hammersmith (9.15am)
Full details of pick up points can be found on our FAQ page here. You will receive details of your selected pick up on your E-Ticket.
We recommend you arrive at your departure/pick up point at least 10 minutes prior to your tour ensure you do not miss your tour! You must ensure you go to your booked pick up point as you may not be able to board at another location.
(45 min) Break at the services on the way over to Wales for drinks and snacks.
12.00pm Pick up our local Welsh guide.
12.30pm Arrive Cardiff and commence city tour (approx 1 hour)
1.30pm One hour free time in Cardiff for lunch
2.30pm Depart Cardiff for Caerphilly Castle
3.00pm Arrive Caerphilly Castle and commence a walking tour.
3.30pm Free time at the castle.
4.00pm Depart Caerphilly Castle.
(30 min) Break at the services on the way back to London for drinks and snacks.
8.30pm Approximate arrival back in London.
Please note that this is given as a guide only and all times are approximate and subject to change at any time.
*please note on 10th December, due to road closures we will visit Cardiff Castle instead of Caerphilly*