On every street corner there is something new to explore. Half-timbered Tudor buildings, quirky streets and alleyways, historic archways, foodie spots, a fantastic creative scene and independent retailers all make for fantastic photo opportunities – enough to make your Instagram followers green with envy!
Escape the everyday
Discover the timeless natural beauty of the River Avon running through the city, sit back and enjoy a drink at one of the many pubs. Feeling active? Explore the many cycling and walking routes taking you into the surrounding countryside.
Plenty to whet your appetite
In Salisbury food matters, here we create food to feed the soul. For hustle and bustle head to the Salisbury Charter Market which has been coming to the city for almost 800 years. Tuck in to a hearty meal at one of the many restaurants. Feel refreshed at one of the coffee shops and enjoy and afternoon tea and socialise with friends in a beer garden overlooking the Cathedral.
The bygone days
The historic heart of Salisbury retains its original medieval layout with many of the unique street names preserved. Within the Cathedral Close you’ll find parts of Salisbury’s history at The Salisbury Museum, Mompesson House, Arundells, and The Rifles Berkshire & Wiltshire Museum. Admire the magnificent Doom painting at the Parish of St Thomas, and go beyond the guidebook on a guided tour with experience city guides to find out more!