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Visit Salisbury

Located in the southeastern English county of Wiltshire, Salisbury (also called the 'city in the countryside’) is a historic cathedral city just about 20mi. from Southampton and 8mi. from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Stonehenge. The city is surrounded by charming natural wonders featuring stunning water-meadows and lush green fields. With a thriving arts scene, impressive museums, magnificent historic houses, and buzzing market places, there are plenty to be explored on a holiday in Salisbury.

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What to see in Salisbury

Salisbury Cathedral is the most iconic landmark and an unmissable attraction in the city. The cathedral is considered as one of the finest examples of English Gothic architecture and home to glorious Chapter House showcasing Magna Carta copies dating back 1215AD. The cathedral boasts Britain’s tallest church spire (404ft) and the largest cathedral close (32ha). Check out the world’s oldest working clock and savour some tasty treats at the Refectory Restaurant or the Bell Tower Tearooms.

Visit the St Thomas’ Church, which is home to the country’s largest ‘Doom’ painting. The church also hosts various events and festivals including Christmas tree festivals, spring concerts, and more. Head over to The Rifles Berkshire and Wiltshire Museum, which depicts the fascinating history of two local regiments. The collection features objects from the Crimean War, the Peninsular War, First and Second World Wars.

Located within the medieval King’s House, the award-winning Salisbury Museum is worth a visit for its extensive collection of prehistoric artefacts. If you are in the mood of shopping make your way into the Fisherton Mill. Here, you'll find a wide range of handcrafted items by local artists. After a dose of retail therapy, you can also enjoy some delicious food at one of the trendy cafés.

Where to stay in Salisbury

Salisbury hotels cater to the accommodation needs of every traveller with great hospitality and world-class services. Whether you’re looking for luxury accommodation near the city centre, or a cheap hotel near one of its vibrant neighbourhoods, you'll be spoilt for choices. Most of the Salisbury hotels offer onsite dining as well as ample car parking.

Book a hotel near the centre of Salisbury to remain at the heart of all the action and explore a range of art galleries and museums that the city has to offer. Some of these hotels are just a short walk from the famous Salisbury Cathedral and offers spectacular views of the surroundings. After a busy day of sightseeing and shopping, relax over a meal in one of the restaurants or enjoy a drink in the bar.

If you're looking to explore medieval sights, look for a hotel near Stonehenge, which is situated about 8mi. to the north of Salisbury. The World Heritage Site of Stonehenge features a unique ring of prehistoric standing stones, each around 13ft high. There is also a visitor centre offering a café, shop, and special exhibitions.