Travelling in Hampshire
Hampshire has an excellent road network, with the M3 leading from Winchester to London, and the M27/A27 from Southampton across into Sussex. See our Hampshire map for details.
RAC Route Planner - If you don't like getting lost, let the RAC work out your route for you.
South West Trains - SWTrains operate from Bournemouth and Poole in Dorset, across Hampshire and through to London Waterloo.
You can also take a nostalgic steam train between Alresford and Alton on the Mid Hants Railway (Watercress Line).
Hampshire provides excellent opportunities for cycling in the countryside or around town.
Hampshire is well served by bus routes in both rural and urban areas.
New for summer 2013: There are two new bus services operating in Hampshire for a limited period. The first service will be operating from Eastleigh to Marwell Zoo until September 2013, on selected days. The second will be a free bus service travelling between Romsey and Longstock Park in Stockbridge, via Mottisfont and Sir Harold Hillier Gardens.
The Portsmouth Harbour Waterbus links the four major attractions of Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Explosion!, Royal Navy Submarine Museum and Gunwharf Quays between April and October.