Monday, 28 May 2012

Interesting travel articles

Below are a list of great travel articles we have come across that we considor might benefit you on your travels...

Tuesday, 11 October 2011

What is the easiest way to get from London to Stonehenge

This is a really common question for most tourists and we will try and answer it for in a few words. The millions of visitors who come easito the UK stay in London but there is a tremendous wealth of attractions outside of London and one of these great places is Stonehenge. People often ask what is the easiest method of getting from London to Stonehenge and we have to give them the following answers.
How to go from London to Stonehenge by car.
Stonehenge is located about 2 miles West of Amesbury just off the A303 and A344/A360. If you are coming from central London or Heathrow Airport way: Follow the signs for M4 West. In about 2 miles exit junction 4b onto the M25 south bound. Follow the signs for Gatwick Airport. Look for the Basingstoke sign (at junction 12) to the M3. Continue on the M3 to A303 Andover (junction 8). Follow the A303 ALL the way until you reach a roundabout. Pass through this and in 2 miles you will need to bear right onto the A344. After about 500 meters there is a car park on the right hand side which you will want to pull into.
Getting from London to Stonehenge by Coach.
There are some great value - and they London to Stonehenge Tour companieswill offer you the option of being picked up from your London Hotel and driven in a luxury coach out to Stonehenge to view the wonderful rocks and have a guide tell you all about the Stones and the history behind them and then many of these tours will also take you onto other destinations such as Oxford and Salisbury.
Finally, what about getting from London to Stonehenge by Rail.
You will need to take the train from London to Salisbury and then when at Salisbury and then when at Salisbury Station you will need to take a taxi out to Stonehenge.