Every other weekend I get thr train to Salisbury to visit my parents (in an outlying village).
Many times when I arrive, I am asked by visitors how to get to Stonehenge. I used to be able this straightforwardly, by pointing them at the bus.
I am, however, unsure how the new (newish - it's been a year or so, hasn't it?) system works. The bus is now gaudily labelled "Stonehenge Tour" , and seems to stop at the Cathedral on the way there or the way back, and possibly also Old Sarum.
So, how does it work now? Is it still possible to get a bus direct to Stonehenge? If one gets the "Stonehenge Tour" bus, does one get forced into stops at the Cathedral and Old Sarum? Is one having to pay a higher fare to cover a guide, or similar?
I'd like to know how to advise the visitors who ask me at the station - can anyone here help? Jill?