Useful Tour Guide for Stonehenge in England

Useful Tour Guide for Stonehenge in England

Sharing borders of Scotland towards the north and Wales to the West is England a part of the United Kingdom. During the 15th century its culture and legal system started developing in such way that other countries in the world got adapted to it and during the 18th Century England started to transform the society to the world’s first industrialised nation. Along with its cultural development it also built various inspiring monuments and over the decades it has became the world famous tourist attractions for tourists who visit the country particularly on a leisure trip.

If you are looking out to visit any attractions towards the west of England, then the ideal option is the Stonehenge which is a must sight to see.

Stonehenge:

The prehistoric monument is located in Wiltshire, England and is about 88 miles from Central London. It was regarded as the British Cultural Icon and in the early 1986 the site was listed under UNESCO as one of the Worlds Heritage Sites.  People are drawn to visit this place trying to understand its mystery on how the standing tall rocks were laid and the mind-boggling eerie symmetry structure.

Tours can be taken by Salisbury Reds bus services. On your visit you can travel back in time experiencing the sublime Stonehenge, likely to be the most refined stone to hover on the planet.

Tourist can pre-book their tour package to visit Stonehenge via the official website (https://gosouthcoast.digitickets.co.uk/tickets), timings and dates can be checked via following link (http://www.thestonehengetour.info/timetable).

How to get to Stonehenge from Central London?

Trains:

There are no direct trains to Stonehenge, you would have to board a train from Waterloo station to Salisbury the nearest town and continue via the local railway trains and buses to finally arrive at Stonehenge. Public buses and tour services are available every hour with approximate journey duration of around 3 to 3.3 hours.

Buses:

The National Express buses commute directly to and from London to Stonehenge. However the frequency of service is very less during off peak seasons. An approximate travelling duration of 2 to 2.3 hours would be a little tiring though. Bus tickets can be pre-booked online to suit your plan and budget.

Private Taxis and Minicabs:

Private hire airport taxis in London is one of the most convenient options for tourists as they mostly commute from London’s major airports and central London. Its reliable transfer service makes it easy for travellers to go on a one day trip and be back on time to embark their transit flights. You can avail Taxis and Minicabs in all major London airports such as Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, Stansted and London city Airport along with all the other areas in London. The advantages of utilising taxis and Minicabs cannot be compared with Trains and Buses. Taxis can be easily pre-booked through online portals, providing friendly and knowledgeable drivers, Meet and Greet services, child seats at a very nominal charge, comfortable and smooth transfers through the country side and much more.