Save money on train tickets to Salisbury. Discover Salisbury with affordable rail travel.
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If you're looking for cost-effective travel for a great day out or weekend away, Trainsplit offers a unique solution with split tickets, potentially saving you money on your rail journey.
Salisbury, with its water meadows, independent shops and restaurants, and only a short distance from the famous Stonehenge, is a great place to visit. And there's no better way to get there than using the train, knowing you've saved money on your train tickets using our cost-effective split ticketing solution.
Getting to Salisbury by train is easy, with a direct route from London Waterloo. It's also easily accessible from other directions, with either a change at Bristol or Southampton. You can discover cheap train tickets and the cost-saving benefits of split tickets just by taking different routes.
Once you arrive in Salisbury, if you're visiting the unique sights of the world-famous UNESCO Stonehenge site, there is an hourly bus service available from just outside the station, which will take you directly to the visitor centre.
If shopping is more your thing, then where better to spend the savings you made on your train tickets than on a range of independent shops and coffee shops on your way into the city centre along Fisherton Street? With a wide variety of independent shops, there's something for everyone.
Close to the city centre is Salisbury Cathedral, built between 1310 and 1330. The tower reaches 123 meters, and the spire can be seen above the skyline in Salisbury from miles around. The cathedral also houses one of the four remaining copies of the Magna Carta, which was first signed in 1215.
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While taking the time to explore Salisbury, you can take in a relaxing break in the market square while taking in the view of the Guildhall or the many markets which are open to the public on different days.
Want to walk off your lunch? Why not go for a leisurely walk around the Salisbury Water Meadows, starting from Salisbury Cathedral and walking in a circular route past the Old Mill Pub along with the River Avon and back into the city centre.
Salisbury offers a great day out or weekend getaway, and with the chance to save money on your train tickets, you'll have extra money to spend during your visit.
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The Trainsplit app makes it easy to find cheaper alternative journeys through split ticketing.
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Salisbury is a relatively easy city to get to and around. There are several options available, depending on your preferences and budget.
By train: Salisbury is served by Salisbury Station, which is located in the city center. The station is served by South Western Railway, Great Western Railway, and CrossCountry. It offers direct services to London Waterloo, Bristol Temple Meads, Southampton Central, and other destinations.
The journey from London to Salisbury by train takes approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes. The fastest train service is operated by South Western Railway and takes just 1 hour and 5 minutes.
By bus: Salisbury Reds is the main bus operator in Salisbury. They offer regular services throughout the city and to surrounding areas. Tickets can be purchased on board or online.
By car: Salisbury is located on the A303, which is a major road connecting London and Exeter. There are also several car parks in the city center.
On foot: Salisbury is a relatively small city, so it's easy to get around on foot. The city center is compact and pedestrian-friendly, and there are plenty of places to stop and explore along the way.
By bicycle: Salisbury is a great city for biking. There are several bike paths and lanes throughout the city, and it's a great way to get some exercise and see the sights.
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Alongside Salisbury’s cultural and historic heritage, the city also offers a vibrant sports scene. From long-standing sports to modern fitness activities, Salisbury provides an array of options for sports enthusiasts.
Salisbury Rugby Football Club has a rich history spanning over a century, catering to individuals of all ages in the city. The club hosts various teams, including men's and women's teams, and even offers walking rugby. Notably, the club boasts an impressive alumni, such as Richard Hill, a Rugby World Cup winner and the current England Team Manager.
For those with an inclination towards athletics and running, the City of Salisbury Athletics and Running Club is a fantastic choice. This inclusive club welcomes athletes of all ages and skill levels, organising sessions for track and field, cross country, and road running. Moreover, the city hosts a weekly Salisbury Parkrun, a free 5km timed run in Churchill Gardens every Saturday.
South Wilts Cricket Club stands as one of Wiltshire's premier cricket clubs, having secured the Southern Premier League championship for the past four seasons. The club oversees four senior men's teams, along with multiple junior boys', women's, and girls' teams.
Salisbury is also home to a variety of other sporting clubs and activities, including Dodgeball, Nordic Walking, and Martial Arts. With its diverse array of activities, the city provides an assortment of clubs to ensure a friendly and engaging environment for maintaining an active lifestyle.
Are you a Sports Fan? Trainsplit has partnered with Pledgeball, a grassroots charity that rallies fellow fans to take action to protect where we play, making changes that improve our air and our green spaces. It can be as simple as swapping to reusable water bottles or taking the train to a match instead of driving. Fans, players, clubs, grassroots teams – the impact we can have together is game-changing.
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Be amazed by the stunning cathedral, with its tall tower, Cloisters and Cathedral close, Enjoy one of the cafes and eateries in the close or have a picnic on the cathedral lawn
One of UK’s most historic landmarks Stonehenge costs of round stones some taller than 20 feet all in a circle and with a direct bus route it is well worth a visit.
Take a leisurely walk down Fisherton Street or Winchester Street and seek out the Salisbury Independent shops, if your looking for a gift or a treat for yourself, with the money you saved from split ticketing, this is a great place to look.
If you're looking for something to eat, Salisbury has a range of cafes and restaurants for every taste, why not take the chance to grab a treat from the local bakery for your train ride home.
Why not take a trip to one of the many museums which are in Cathedral grounds such as Arrundels or the Salisbury Museum which contains artefacts from Old Sarum, Clarendon Palace and the city itself.
The Trainsplit app is more than just a way to save money on train travel. It's a great way to explore new places and meet new people.
Split ticketing is a great way to make train travel affordable, so you can spend more time doing the things you enjoy on your days out. With sites like Trainsplit.com, which does all of the work for you, you can save money on your train tickets.
The best thing about Trainsplit is that there are no booking fees. If there are savings found by splitting your tickets, then we take a small percentage, but if we can't then we don't charge you a fee. We are here to help you save money.
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