Trains run approximately
every half hour during week days and details are
www.traveline.org.uk. The journey time is just
over 1 hour and 20 minutes and we can arrange to
meet you at the railway station and take you to your
or on a day tour to Stonehenge and Salisbury.
Whilst staying in
Salisbury, transport can be arranged for you and you
could also take one of our
Salisbury has a number of
well signposted car parks, however it is a busy city and it can occasionally be
frustrating finding a space. Please be aware that the car
parks all require payment and you should not park in the
city, in any circumstances, without buying a ticket.
Salisbury has Parking Ambassadors (yes, they really are
called that) who will issue you with a ticket for failing to
pay the correct parking charge.
If you are hiring a car, most hotels have car parking but it is
sometimes restricted. There are several car parks in the
city and we can send you details.
If you are travelling to
Salisbury by car on a day trip, try using the Park and Ride
service. There are 4 parking areas on the edge of the city,
all of which are well signposted and
can be found marked on this map. Parking costs £2.00 for all day
this fee also provides tickets for up to 6 passengers to
ride in to the city and back on the bus. Buses run every
10-20 minutes depending on the time of day and it is
sometimes quicker as they have some priority bus lanes to by
A number of
our overseas visitors ask the meaning of many of our road
signs. While we're happy to explain we feel that you may
wish to acclimatise yourself with the road signs before
arrival and so please visit the official UK Government website which provides a comprehensive
list of our road signs.If you hire a car, take the option of a Sat Nav as it will take much of the stress out of route planning. If you want to check routes before you get here try using Mappy. It gives estimated times of journeys as well. Never under estimate how long it takes to travel even relatively short distances!
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