Salisbury is a historic city in the south of the United Kingdom, located between Bath and London. The city is home to the Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, famous for having the tallest spire in Britain. Join a tour to climb up the many stairs and enjoy a beautiful panoramic view. While visiting the cathedral you can also admire the world's oldest working clock and original copies of the Magna Carta.
The city of Salisbury dates back to the Iron Ages and traces of this establishment can still be found in Old Sarum. The newer parts of the city were developed in the medieval ages and you can still see examples of the medieval times in the city center and the half-timbered houses. Strolling through the streets of Salisbury you will come across beautiful architectural buildings and historical sites such as St Thomas' Church, the Poultry Cross, and the Market Place, operating since 1227.
Salisbury is home to many museums and often used as a base to visit Stonehenge which is just a 20-minute ride by car.