Author: Bob Handford
The Best way To See Stonehenge Independently From London
If you’re not the tour bus type of person and value your independence seeing what you want to see at the pace you want to see it, then Stonehenge Tour Bus is the way to visit Stonehenge without a hire car.
The Stonehenge Tour is run on the hop-on, hop off principle. Starting from Salisbury Rail Station… Continue reading
Salisbury is approximately 80 miles south west of London and an easy day trip from London whether independently or by tour bus. Visitor numbers are swelled through the fact that Salisbury is the nearest major town to Stonehenge. If you visit independently Salisbury will be your gateway town with a Stonehenge bus departing at least hourly. There are fast, frequent trains from London, normally 2 an hour and Salisbury has… Continue reading
Old Sarum is probably somewhere that most visitors to London and England have not heard from. Its located a few miles from the world famous Stonehenge and just up the road from Salisbury Cathedral, one of England’s finest cathedrals. None of the big tour coaches go to Old Sarum, from London just a weekly small group tour run by International Friends visits Old… Continue reading