Get to the Stonehenge
Explore The Tour
While on the road trip to Stonehenge, being able to choose a different vehicle to take you to an unforgettable destination is urgent. This section will cover the route from London to Stonehenge.
Located on the Salisbury Plain, Stonehenge is two hours from London, and you have three modes of travel to get there: by public transportation, public transportation, or car.
A tour by transport is a great choice to see all the beautiful attractions of England in one day. While you only have a tour of Stonehenge transport, many people visit the neolithic site by exiting Windsor Castle and Bath. This option is equally suitable for people who need a specific road trip. You can find more tours like this at Viator, or check out the Stonehenge Tour site. They will usually be longer, lasting eleven to twelve hours.
Transportation is your second option unless you plan on visiting Stonehenge from London. It is an amazing decision if you have the desire to dedicate a whole day to investigating Stonehenge. Cool Transit exits at the Victoria Coach Station with a licensed cool advisor (a British word meaning transport). Once you arrive at Stonehenge, you are allowed to deal with your experience as you decide to explore the old area. Viator has many tours you can read about on their site.
In that case, you can rent a car and drive to Salisbury Plain. Just remember that British people drive on the side of the road, and it can present challenges if you are not used to it. You will also need to be patient amid London’s bustling traffic. Having said that, we do not recommend that you rent a car to Stonehenge unless you are going to one day pass through Stonehenge and a few others to explore the open country of England.