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Next April we are going to spend 3 days in Bristol. We want to visit Bath and Stonehenge using public transport. I assume there will be a lot of trains/buses connecting Bristol and Bath, but I would like to know which is the best option to visit Stonehenge from one of these two cities.

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Much of the related question Visiting Stonehenge on the way from London to Bristol will apply to this one too – Gagravarr Dec 28 '13 at 6:46
I know it's not public transport, but I'll add a plug for Mad Max Tours for a tour of places that it's just a pain to get to by public transport from Bath. We stayed in Bristol ourselves and used them for a great day out. – dlanod Jan 4 '14 at 9:18
Wow! 32'50 pounds plus entrance fee!! Thanks, but too expensive for me.. – Ivan Jan 5 '14 at 0:07
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The bus is always cheaper but the train will be quicker.

It won't be hard to find either, personally I would take a specialist tour which would take you right up to Stonehenge itself, rather than having to go to Salisbury and then organise a taxi or local bus.

For trains from either Bristol or Bath check out:

for National Express Coaches:

But for specialist tours from Bath/Bristol

Hope that helps


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