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STONEHENGE

One of the top must-visit attractions in Britain

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Unforgettable Adventure at Stonehenge

Explore the mysteries of Stonehenge

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Stonehenge – Explore the mystery of Stonehenge

Discover one of the most fascinating monuments of the prehistoric world.

We will help you find the best Stonehenge Tours and Tickets for Stonehenge and provide you with the most helpful tips and information for your visit to Stonehenge, surrounding sites, and charming towns.

Located in Salisbury, England, this historic landmark is one of Britain’s best-known and most visited attractions. Stonehenge is a thousand of years old site that attracts over a million visitors a year. So it’s a given that Stonehenge is one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. This iconic prehistoric monument is definitely a must-visit if you are traveling around Great Britain.

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Find out all about the best available Stonehenge tours. We’ve put together a list of Stonehenge tours that will provide you with the best value for your money and the best experience as well. Find a tour that best suits your needs, wishes, and taste. You’ll definitely find something just right for you. Book your Stonehenge tour and have a stress-free visit!

Why is Stonehenge important?

Stonehenge is the most architecturally sophisticated prehistoric monument in the world. Although its original purpose is not one hundred percent established and known. Archeological findings around the site allow us to conclude at least a little about what could have been the real purpose of Stonehenge. Today Stonehenge is an iconic monument of the prehistoric world and a popular tourist attraction for visitors worldwide.

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Mystery of Stonehenge

Even though the original use of Stonehenge is still not completely known to us, as well as the way this monument was built. There are various speculations about what Stonehenge actually served. There is a strong agreement that Stonehenge served as a burial site, or it was for a part of its long existence. Still, a lot of scholars and historians believe that it had other purposes and functions as well. It’s supposed to have been a religious destination of pilgrimage, an ancient calendar, the last resting place of the royal family, a ceremonial site or a memorial erected in honor of ancestors, or perhaps a spiritual connection with distant ancestors.

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Stonehenge Solstice

One of the most traditional times to go and visit Stonehenge is during the summer and winter solstice. During this time of year, the sun plays around the monument’s stones and provides a spectacle for its observers. On the summer solstice at Stonehenge, the sun rises right behind the Heel Stone located in the northeast part of the horizon. The very first rays of sunshine shine into the heart of Stonehenge. At the winter solstice, the visitors of Stonehenge standing in the enclosure entrance and facing the center of the stones can see the sun set on the southwest part of the horizon.

Visiting Stonehenge

Stonehenge is one of the commonly visited attractions in the UK – and with good reason. Millions of people around the world come to marvel at the most mysterious wonder of the prehistoric world. The iconic ruin was built in several stages and boasts more than 4,000 years of existence. Because of its tremendous popularity and many visitors, we strongly advise you to come well prepared for your visit to Stonehenge. That’s why we have gathered all of the most essential tips and information you will need to know before visiting Stonehenge. Read up on everything you’ll need to know about your Stonehenge sightseeing adventure.

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Things To Do Around Stonehenge

After you are done exploring Stonehenge, we strongly advise you to visit and discover the surrounding area. Visit the charming little towns around Stonehenge, such as Calne, Amesbury, Cricklade, Bath, and many more. Of course, no visit to Stonehenge would be complete without visiting Salisbury. This city is well-known not only for Stonehenge but also for its beautiful medieval cathedral. Certainly, do not miss out on going to the Stonehenge Visitor Centre. There you will find an exhibition of over 250 prehistoric objects. You can also see reconstructed Neolithic homes in an open gallery.

Learn more about Stonehenge

Discover Stonehenge and its mysteries by going on a guided tour of the iconic monument. Learn about the history of Europe’s most famous prehistoric landmark. If you plan to spend your vacation in London, don’t miss the opportunity to go on a Stonehenge day trip from London. Although, if you want to explore this famous stone circle at your own pace, we advise you to book tickets for Stonehenge. You can buy Stonehenge tickets at any visitor center, but it is best to book tickets in advance and online.

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