According to what city you are staying in, there are several ways to reach Stonehenge. If you are in London which is located about eighty miles from Stonehenge you can travel to Stonehenge by public transport. Catch a train from London Waterloo to Salisbury. Salisbury is the nearest station to Stonehenge and you can catch a train every half hour.
When you reach Salisbury you are only about 10 miles from Stonehenge, in Salisbury you can catch a bus or cab to get you the rest of the way. If you are traveling by car, take the M3 to Junction 8, go to A303 at Amesbury, turn right on A344 where you will see signs for Stonehenge that will take you to the car park. You can also take the Wilts and Stonehenge tour bus, the only bus that runs from Salisbury.If coming from Andover you can take the Activ8 bus, from Bath. Bristol or Warminster take the X4 or X5 bus to Salisbury and then you can catch a cab. There are several tours to Stonehenge and most of them start in London. One of the easiest tours to visit Stonehenge from Salisbury is the Stonehenge tour. A double-decker bus will pick you up at the Salisbury train station. The Stonehenge Tour runs every thirty minutes and every hour.
If you like walks, you can walk on one of the many 260 opened hectars and your pet is also welcomed if they are controlled. There are several back roads and bridleways available to ride your bike to Stonehenge. However, there are ways to avoid the A303 and cyclist should adhere to this. Buses also depart from London at the Heathrow Airport and Victoria Coach Station. If you choose traveling to Stonehenge this way you will get off at Amesbury.
From Amesbury you can either walk, take another bus, or a taxi to Stonehenge. This journey will take you about two hours. If you have arrived at the London airport Heathrow airport and you would like to drive to Stonehenge you will want to follow the signs to M4 West then take M25 south bound. Follow the signs until you get to Gatewick Airport. Exit at junction 12 for M3 motorway to Basingstoke. Follow it to junction 8 sign A303 Andover. Continue you on until you reach the roundabout, continue through it and then take A344. You will find the car park located on the right at Stonehenge.
There are many ways to reach Stonehenge and if you should have any problems you can always ask for directions and anyone will be glad to assist you getting to your destination of Stonehenge. Whether you decide to drive, walk, cycle or take a very informative tour bus your trip to Stonehenge will be a pleasant one. If you are in a city located close to Stonehenge you will not want to miss visiting this amazing wonder. If you pass it by, you will always regret not taking the time.