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There are 3 ways to get from North Finchley to Stonehenge (Mountain) by subway, train, bus or car

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Subway, train

  1. Take the subway from Woodside Park station to Waterloo station
  2. Take the train from London Waterloo to Salisbury

2 alternative options

Subway, train, bus

  1. Take the subway from Woodside Park station to Waterloo station
  2. Take the train from London Waterloo to Andover
  3. Take the bus from Andover Station to Amesbury, Tesco
  4. Take the bus from Amesbury, Tesco to Larkhill, Heath Square

Drive

  1. Drive from North Finchley to Stonehenge (Mountain)

North Finchley to Stonehenge (Mountain) by subway, train and bus

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4h 47m Average Duration
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North Finchley → Stonehenge (Mountain)
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The cheapest way to get from North Finchley to Stonehenge (Mountain) is to drive which costs £24 - £40 and takes 1h 37m.

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The quickest way to get from North Finchley to Stonehenge (Mountain) is to drive which costs £24 - £40 and takes 1h 37m.

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It is 78 miles from North Finchley to Stonehenge (Mountain). It is approximately 90.3 miles to drive.

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The best way to get from North Finchley to Stonehenge (Mountain) without a car is to subway and train which takes 2h 35m and costs £60 - £110.

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It takes approximately 2h 35m to get from North Finchley to Stonehenge (Mountain), including transfers.

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Yes, the driving distance between North Finchley to Stonehenge (Mountain) is 90 miles. It takes approximately 1h 37m to drive from North Finchley to Stonehenge (Mountain).

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There are 78+ hotels available in Stonehenge (Mountain). Prices start at £75 per night.

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Map of how to get from North Finchley to Stonehenge (Mountain).
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  • Distance: 77.6 miles
  • Duration: 2h 35m

What companies run services between North Finchley, England and Stonehenge (Mountain), England?

There is no direct connection from North Finchley to Stonehenge (Mountain). However, you can take the subway to Waterloo station, take the walk to London Waterloo, take the train to Salisbury, then take the taxi to Stonehenge (Mountain). Alternatively, you can take a vehicle from North Finchley to Stonehenge (Mountain) via Waterloo station, London Waterloo, Andover, Andover Station, and Amesbury, Tesco in around 4h 47m.

Train operators
London Underground (Tube)

Comprised of 11 lines and 270 stations, the London Underground (known to locals as the Tube) is the most popular way to navigate the English capital, including to/from Heathrow Airport via the Piccadilly Line. Purchase an Oyster card (an electronic smartcard that you use to touch on and off at Tube stations) at any station for the cheapest fares. Most stations have WiFi, but not all trains and stations are air-conditioned. On weekends, a 24-hour service runs on selected lines.

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Contact Details
Phone
0343 222 1234
Website
tfl.gov.uk
Subway from Woodside Park station to Waterloo station
Ave. Duration
30 min
Frequency
Every 10 minutes
Estimated price
£2 - £4
Website
London Underground (Tube)
South Western Railway
Phone
0345 6000 650
Website
southwesternrailway.com
Train from London Waterloo to Salisbury
Ave. Duration
1h 23m
Frequency
Hourly
Estimated price
£35 - £75
Website
southwesternrailway.com
Schedules at
ojp.nationalrail.co.uk
Anytime Day
£35 - £50
Anytime Day 1st Class
£60 - £75
Train from London Waterloo to Andover
Ave. Duration
1h 3m
Frequency
Hourly
Estimated price
£29 - £60
Website
southwesternrailway.com
Schedules at
ojp.nationalrail.co.uk
Anytime Day
£29 - £40
Anytime Day 1st Class
£45 - £60
Bus operators
Salisbury Reds
Phone
+44 1202 338420
Website
salisburyreds.co.uk
Bus from Andover Station to Amesbury, Tesco
Ave. Duration
59 min
Frequency
Hourly
Website
Salisbury Reds
Bus from Amesbury, Tesco to Larkhill, Heath Square
Ave. Duration
20 min
Frequency
Twice daily
Website
Salisbury Reds
Stagecoach South
Email
customer.services@stagecoachbus.com
Website
stagecoachbus.com
Bus from Andover Station to Amesbury, Tesco
Ave. Duration
59 min
Frequency
Hourly
Estimated price
£5 - £8
Website
Stagecoach South

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