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Salisbury is a cathedral city set in Wiltshire in the South West of England and has a population of around 40,000. Salisbury is an historical city famous for its cathedral and nearby Stonehenge. Salisbury is well-connected, just 20 miles from Southampton and 30 miles from Bath, ideal for a post-graduate to settle in.

Transport links
There is a regular bus service providing links both within Salisbury and to the outside of the city. There is also an evening service running up until around midnight.

London Heathrow Airport is only a 90 minute drive away and is around 2 hours by train.

Salisbury Train Station provides direct routes to Cardiff, Exeter, Portsmouth, London Waterloo, Bristol, Yeovil, Brighton, and Chandler’s Ford. They operate on Great Western Railway and South Western Railway. There is a regular bus service available to the station from the centre of the city and it takes only 7 minutes.

There are cycle routes within Salisbury offering both on and off road routes.
Renting Prices
The average rent for a one bedroom property in £677 per calendar month (pcm).

The average rent for a room in the city is £393 pcm, for a flat £742 pcm and for a house £904 pcm.
There are several historic pubs in Salisbury which are popular, as well as more modern bars. Salisbury was awarded Purple Flag status in 2012, which marks the city as ‘gold standard’ for its city centre at night. The city also contains some night clubs which are popular with the students from Wiltshire College. Additionally, Salisbury has the City Hall music venue, and the Playhouse theatre, perfect for a more relaxed night out.
Notable Attractions
Salisbury is full of historic attractions, as well as its surrounding countryside. In addition to its architecture, the countryside is full of Parks, such as Larmer Tree Gardens, which provide a popular day out. The nearby Stonehenge is a famous landmark and the summer solstice is a successful event running every year. The historic town of Bath is just a 55 minute train ride from Salisbury, home to the notorious Roman Baths.
The economy in Salisbury
The largest employer in Salisbury is the Salisbury District Hospital. Shopping centres The Old George Mall, Winchester Street, the Maltings and Crosskeys also produce a lot of revenue. Furthermore, the city has a large financial sector which draws a lot of employment. The city is also a large artist centre, with the Playhouse being a centre for touring plays as well as producing. The historic architecture also draws a large tourist interest throughout the year.

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