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Getting to Salisbury

Regional Airports nearby include:
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Southampton Airport is about 25 miles away, and is probably the easiest to access, both by car and train. Driving is simple - to get to Salisbury, take the M27 (westbound) towards Bournemouth, then exit at J2 onto the A36 towards Salisbury. Southampton Airport Parkway train station is at the airport terminal. There is one direct train an hour from the station to Salisbury, taking just under an hour or alternatively travel via Romsey, with total journey time varying between 45 minutes to an hour. The X7 Bus for Salisbury leaves from Outside Southampton Central Station regularly.
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Bournemouth Airport is also 25 miles away. It is an easy drive - the A338 Bournemouth - Salisbury road takes you all the way. However public transport links to the airport are poor, and you should get a taxi from Ringwood or Bournemouth - the X3 bus links Bournemouth, Ringwood and Salisbury every half hour. Bournemouth airport is mostly served by charter flights, and a small number of short-haul scheduled flights.
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Bristol International Airport is about 60 miles from Salisbury, and is the only nearby regional airport with daily services to the USA. Many other short-haul destinations also have frequent flights from here. A frequent coach service (3 per hour) links the airport with Bristol Temple Meads station, which provides onward train connections to Salisbury (destination Southampton or Portsmouth). Through tickets are available. Driving is a little more complex, and you are advised to get a good map or good directions.
By train
Salisbury has a station on the secondary main line from London to Exeter. From London, travel from London Waterloo rail station; there are two trains an hour which take about 1hr 30mins for the journey. If you are on a budget, Megatrain [offer highly discounted train travel from London Waterloo to Salisbury, starting at £1 each way. Megatrain is only available from London.
Hourly trains also run through Salisbury on the Cardiff to Portsmouth secondary main line. These trains also link Bristol, Bath, Romsey and Southampton with Salisbury.
Connections for the North of the UK are available at Bristol, Basingstoke (on the London line) and from various stations in London. Connections for Wales and rail connections to west Wales for boats to Ireland are available by changing at Cardiff. For Cornwall and the South West Peninsular, change at Exeter.
Train times (from any location) can be found on the National Rail Planner or by calling 0845 748 4950 from anywhere in the UK. The station is a five minute walk from the town centre, just head down Fisherton St.
Local rail connections to nearby towns are described at Three Rivers Rail
By bus
National Express operate services to Salisbury from cities throughout the UK including London. Advance ticketing is required.
For those with a special interest in West Country cathedral cities, Wilts & Dorset operate the branded Cathedral Connection between Salisbury and Winchester, taking in some very attractive countryside on route. Despite its branding, this is a rural bus service (number 68) with no need for advance ticketing; it operates six times a day (except Sundays) and takes about an hour and a half for the journey. Timetable details can be found on the website, or by telephoning +44 1722 336855.
Wilts & Dorset also operate local services throughout the Salisbury area, including services to Stonehenge from the bus station and train station forecourt.
Four bus based park and ride facilities are available, see National Park and Ride Directory
By car
Salisbury has been a major regional cross-roads for thousands of years, and this is still the case today, with the A30, A36, A338, A345 and A360 main roads crossing here. Traffic is notorious in Salisbury, particularly on a Friday, and generally on the A36 Southampton Road. Through traffic is kept out of the partially pedestrianised and traffic-calmed city centre by the modern dual-carriageway ring road. If you are driving, you may want to consider using one of the Park and Ride sites dotted around the edge of the city. If you want to park closer, there are a number of large car parks with direct interchange onto the ring road, but beware the high prices charged. Driving in the city centre itself is not recommended, as there is a complex one-way system, and a large amount of traffic on the non-pedestrianised roads.
If you are driving:
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from London, take the M3, A303, A346 and A30,
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from Bristol the A4 and A36,
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from Southampton the A36,
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from Portsmouth take the M27 and A36,
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and from the North travel via the A34 (Oxford), A303 and A338.
Salisbury is a major routeing point on the road network, and will be signed as a destination at the appropriate exits on the M3, M27, A4 and A303.