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Stop At: Greenwich, London SE10 England
We make a short stop in Greenwich on our way out of London. Greenwich forms part of our natural route out of the city and is a great place for us to stop and grab a coffee and use the bathroom before we get out into the countryside. Admire the Cutty Sark - a famous restored 19th century tea clipper sailing ship. Hear stories of Kings and Queens visiting, and learn about the observatory that gave birth to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and see the famous Royal Naval College.
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Rochester Cathedral, The Precinct, Rochester ME1 1SX England
Our first stop outside of London is Rochester. A historic small city on the River Medway. Home to the historic 11th century Rochester Castle and the 900 year old Rochester Cathedral. You'll have time to view the castle and have a look around the beautiful cathedral, and perhaps pop to the charming high street - regularly frequented by Charles Dickens
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Chilham Village, The Square, Chilham England
Wander round this beautiful example of a traditional English village. Full of charm and centred around a village square, with a church, pub and tearooms. Chilham is perhaps Kent's most beautiful village
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: The White Cliffs of Dover, Upper Road Langdon Cliffs, Dover CT16 1HJ England
We bring you down to the shoreline under the world famous White Cliffs of Dover. One of England's most iconic natural locations, and a welcome sight for soldiers and pilots returning home from warfare in history. Stroll along the pebble beach with the cliffs behind you, and weather permitting, a view 20 miles across the English Channel to France.
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Dover Castle, Castle Hill Road, Dover CT16 1HU England
Explore this glorious medieval castle - describes as the "Key to England". Huge defensive significance throughout English history, and in use as a defensive position since the Iron Age 3000 years ago, also used by the Romans - evidenced by a Roman lighthouse on the site - the most complete standing Roman structure in England. You'll have a couple of hours to visit this incredible castle - perhaps have a bite to eat in one of their cafes.
Duration: 2 hours
Pass By: St Augustine’s Abbey, St. Augustines Road, Ramsgate CT11 9PA England
On our way into Canterbury we pass this site - the birthplace of Christianity in England, founded in 598AD
Stop At: Canterbury Cathedral, 11 The Precincts, Canterbury CT1 2EH England
We spend 2.5 hours in Canterbury. Time to explore this famous English city, perhaps do some shopping, have a bite to eat or a drink in one of it's many charismatic pubs. Perhaps take the time to visit the spectacular UNESCO world heritage site cathedral - the enormous 11th century Canterbury Cathedral. Later, join your guide for a walking tour of the history and highlights of Canterbury, hear stories of Chaucer and the founding fathers, follow in the footsteps of pilgrims visiting the shrine of Thomas Becket, before we head off
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes