The Historic Dockyard has ships and submarines that you must see! And you also get a gorgeous view of the sea.
See the house where Jane spent the last few years of her life, and her writing desk!
With just a 2 hour direct train ride, you can get across the border into Wales and see Cardiff Castle!
Old Sarum is a crucial historic site for Salisbury (it’s the location of the original cathedral), so if you’re interested in the history of the place, make sure you visit!
Wearing my very Canadian hoodie when seeing the Circus in Bath! So much history and so much to see in this beautiful city!
England is an island, and you’ll need to take a trip to the beach at some point! Bournemouth is easy to get to from Salisbury!
If you’re into BBC dramas or loved the Harry Potter films, you will need to stop by this village that has buildings dating back to the 15th and 18th centuries.
Wilton House is the home of the Earl of Pembroke and has been in the family for the last 400 years.
Wander round the Close, and make at least a couple of stops along the way if you have the time!
Dating back to the 13th century, visiting the cathedral is a must. Climb the spire if you’re brave enough, and check out the Magna Carta!