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Bath and Stonehenge day tour comparison

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I was thinking of taking an organized day tour to Bath and Stonehenge and I have narrowed it down to two vendors who seem to have the seat availability. The first is International Friends which costs 99GBP/person, and the other - Evan Evans costs 59 GBP/person.

They both seem to have a similar itinerary and both seem to have their fair share of not-so-positive reviews. Is the 40 pound difference with International Friends worth it, or is the money spent better elsewhere? Any other day tour operators you'd recommend for this location? Thanks everyone.

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