Get to the Stonehenge
While on the road trip to Stonehenge, being able to choose a different vehicle to take you to an unforgettable destination is important. This section will cover the route from London to Stonehenge.
Located on the Salisbury Plain, Stonehenge is two hours from London, and you have several options to get there: by public transportation, Stonehenge tour bus, or car.
- By a Stonehenge tour bus: It is a great choice to see all the beautiful attractions of England in one day. Many tour companies offer a Stonehenge tour as part of a larger itinerary that also includes visits to Windsor Castle and Bath. This option is great for those who want a more structured and Stonehenge guided tour experience. You can find more tour options on Viator or other tour providers. These tours usually last around eleven to twelve hours.
- Public transportation: It is another option to reach Stonehenge, but it is less convenient than taking a Stonehenge tour bus. You can take a bus or train from London to Salisbury and then transfer to a local bus to reach Stonehenge. This option allows for more flexibility in terms of timing and itinerary but may not be as comfortable as a Stonehenge tour bus.
- By car: Renting a car is another option but it is not recommended unless you are planning to explore other parts of England as well. It can be challenging to navigate British roads and traffic, especially if you are not accustomed to driving on the left side of the road.