Salisbury Transportation

  • Train to Salisbury
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  • Train to Salisbury
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  • Getting off at Stonehenge
    Getting off at Stonehenge
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  • 1. Train to Salisbury

    Salisbury is served by two rail networks - South-West Trains and the Great Western Railway (GWR). South-West Trains run half hourly services between London Waterloo and Exeter St. Davids and the...

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  • 2. Cathedral Close Parking

    Our daughter drove us to Salisbury and she parked in the carpark (it was £5.00 then and it is £6.00 now) in the close - the price is for the whole day and includes handicapped parking. Which was...

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  • 3. Stonehenge Tour

    Anybody wishing to visit Stonehenge and Old Sarum from Salisbury may want to consider using the Stonehenge Tour Bus. It starts from Salisbury railway station with stops at New Canal in the city...

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  • 4. Use the Park and Ride

    If you are anything like me trying to find a parking place in a busy city centre can be a nightmare.As Salisbury has an excellent Park and Ride system i decided...

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  • 5. The Stonehenge Tour bus

    If you wish to visit Stonehenge on your own without a guide or tour package, then this is one option to consider. Take the Southwest train from London Waterloo...

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  • 6. Park & Ride

    Was quite impressed with the Salisbury Park & Ride system, actually. There are four parking bases around the city (I used London Road). Buses every 10/15...

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  • 7. Park and Ride

    There are three park and ride area's near to Salisbury, they are:Britford ParkWiltonThe Beehive. There are plane to build another one at London Road. The park...

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  • 8. Bus to Stonehenge

    We took the train to Salisbury from London. We were very interested in visiting Stonehenge as part of our trip to Salisbury. When we got off the train there was...

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  • 9. Trains

    By train is a covenient way to get to Salisbury as London is just an hour and a half a way, with Waterloo being the station with most frequent train departures....

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  • 10. Buses

    Salisbury bus station is right in the centre of town and have buses to/from the railway station as well as to interesting places like Stonehenge (direct bus no...

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  • 11. Cheapest Way

    By RailFrom London,you need to depart from Waterloo Station.It takes approx. 100mins.From Salisbury,a regular tourist bus runs several times a day.Or from...

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  • 12. Salisbury Trains

    Trains for Salisbury are run by South West Trains, on the line between London Waterloo and Exeter or Paignton and very occasionally on the line to Bristol and...

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  • 13. Salisbury shop Mobility

    Salisbury shop Mobility is in The Maltings shopping complex. I’m not sure how long their going to stay there as Sainsbury which are next door say they want to...

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  • 14. Value Taxis

    Value cars as they are known are one of the better taxi firms in and around Salisbury. Their offices are at Brown Street over the road from the back of TK Max....

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  • 15. Wilts & Dorset bus company

    Wilts & Dorset buses have been around for years, they were going to be taken over by Stagecoach; the faster the better. Local people are always complaining...

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  • 16. Monday morning traffic

    We flew to Heathrow, and went by bus to Salisbury, a 1 1/2 hour ride. I caught this photo of the queue before us on our way back to Heathrow - this is what...

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  • 17. Taxi Tour

    I received some information from Tony who has "Taxi Tours" in the Salisbury area. He will pick you up at your hotel and for 150 English pound will give you and...

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  • 18. You Can Reach it Easily by Train

    South West Trains operates frequent and there is reliable service throughout Southwest England, serving Salisbury and Exeter with direct services from London...

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  • 19. Buses go There Too

    There is regular coach service into Salisbury from London, Heathrow, Gatwick, Bath, Bristol and the Midlands. The Wilts and Dorset Bus Company offers local bus...

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  • 20. If You're Driving

    London is less than two hours drive away, Bath and the Channel Ports; Portsmouth, Southampton, and Poole, are approximately 50 minutes and Dover about three...

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  • 21. Salisbury by Train

    Train is the best way to explore area and the city is on the direct line from London’s Waterloo (1 hour 25 min.). Before arrival to the U.K, we bought BritRail...

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  • 22. Wilts & Dorset

    very convenient bus system that takes you around salisbury's tourist attractions such as stonehenge and old sarum castle. check the website for maps and tourist...

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