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Highlights Of Kent And Day Trip To France

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  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TANG3678

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

5 days

5 Days - Tour No AB8093

Known as the ‘Garden of England’ Kent is home to more castles, stately homes and gardens than any other region. Also an ideal base for a bargain break to visit Belgium for the day.

PRICE FROM ? £329 per person
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Itinerary

Images

Courtesy of Sissinghurst Castle

Images

Mermaid Street, Rye (Visit Britain)

Included in Cost

Included in Cost

● Coach travel
● 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
● return tunnel crossing Folkestone to Calais
● entrance to Sissinghurst Castle

Itinerary

Canterbury Cathedral

Day 1 Morning departure for a visit to Rye, a medieval haven where many authors, musicians, artists and celebrities have made their home. Then continue the journey to Hythe and the hotel for a four night stay.

Day 2 Today travel to Canterbury with its iconic cathedral, maybe visit the Canterbury Tales exhibition or one of the other attractions this city has to offer. You could also take a ride on a little boat, where you will discover the hidden secrets of the River Stour as you pass a variety of historic buildings and monuments. On the return journey you will have time to visit the Battle of Britain memorial, a unique place of pilgrimage that sits on the top of the cliffs at Capel-Le-Ferne near Dover.

Day 3 Early start for a day trip to Brugge. Travelling by Eurotunnel from Folkestone to Calais, there will be around 3-4 hours in this wonderful historical city. (NB Passports are required).

Day 4 Today's visit is to the romantic Sissinghurst Castle Gardens. An Elizabethan manor house in the Weald of Kent with gardens created to embrace every season. You will make a stop en route at Tenterden, another one of the Cinque Ports, now landlocked due to the river silting up and no longer navigable.

Day 5 Breakfast, then commence the homeward journey.

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