How To Get There
Travelling to Salisbury by car couldn’t be easier, with easy access to the city from the motorway network and main roads.
Salisbury is approximately 90 minutes’ drive away from London and around 50 minutes from the ports of Portsmouth, Poole and Southampton respectively.
From London, take the M3 motorway westbound before connecting onto the A303 just after Basingstoke. You’ll begin to see signposts for Salisbury along the way.
From Portsmouth or Southampton, join onto the M27 and then connect to the A36 in the direction of Bristol and from Poole, join the A338 towards our city.
Driving from Bath to Salisbury is approximately one hour along the A36.
Parking in Salisbury is now easier than ever with five Park & Ride sites operating six days per week. The Park & Ride sites are currently free of charge so not only can you park for free here, but get the buses into the city centre and back for free too. Take a look at Salisbury Reds' website for full details of the Park & Ride scheme in the city.
If you are looking to hire a car whilst in the city, or are looking to return a hire car, there are several car hire companies located in and around the Churchfields Industrial Estate, just a short walk from Salisbury railway station.