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The Places You Must Visit When Holiday In Kent

There is a famous saying that one can stay for two Kents in the far southeast of England. Kent has earned the nickname ‘Garden of England’. It is because of the Norman churches, village greenery, duck ponds, pubs, pastoral areas, florid villages, orchards, and hop farms. There are quite a few things in the countryside that is hard to find anywhere else, especially the hop farms with conical roofs with white vent for drawing in air and drying the hops.

If you are on holiday in Kent, you must visit the following places:

Canterbury

Canterbury

Canterbury is not only beautiful but quite significant as well. It is a University that holds a lot of history. It was founded in the 6th century and is the seat of the British Isles’ first diocese. The Gothic Cathedral and the magnificent Norman is a representative of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was the scene of one of the most pivotal moments in the medieval history of England. One of them is the murder of Archbishop Thomas Beckett by King Henry II supporters in 1170 at the altar. There are many more to keep you enthralled during your stay in Canterbury. Undoubtedly, you will be mesmerized by the medieval city gate in England, bulky West Gate or city walls, castle ruins and abbey, Roman mosaic, and so on.

Dover

Dover

Dover has been the entranceway to the British Isles since the time of Continental Europe. It happens to be the main ferry port from Belgium and France. While approaching from the water, the first thing that catches the eye is the holy white chalk cliffs.

You can also go for a walk along the grassy clifftops. It is a route that leads to Kingsdown, which is almost eight miles away. Being the closest port to France, the town is fortified. Dover Castle, as we see it today, has been since the 12th century during the time of Henry II. There has been an overwhelming history of Dover, from the Roman lighthouse that extends to the 18th-century artillery positions and the secret tunnels of the Second World War.

Ramsgate

Ramsgate

Ramsgate is among the best places in Kent. It is a blue flag beach marked with cliffs and a promenade. When the weather is nice and clear, there is no better nostalgic treat of an English seaside than Ramsgate. The ambience is ideal for a refreshing walk during autumn and winter.

Ramsgate happens to be the only royal Harbour. It is evident from the long piers that protect it from the open sea and extends a cover that closely resembles the Mediterranean.

It is also a must to go for the Ramsgate tunnels with deep air raid shelters that were specifically dug and are now open to visitors.

Broadstairs

Broadstairs

With the emergence of steam power and Railways in the 19th century, people could travel between London and Broadstairs in just a few hours. People mostly visited Broadstairs for the sea breeze and the seven bays of golden sands.

Charles Dickens preferred to come to Broadstairs for holidays. He wrote David Copperfield on a cliff above Viking Bay at the bleak house. Broadstairs is still the best option for spending a day by the sea on a sunny day. The historic high street lined with independent shops and the retro feel of old-school beach huts and ice-cream parlours of the 50s is unique.

Sandwich

Sandwich

Like Dover, Sandwich is also one of the Cinque ports and a configuration of five medieval towns. As a result, there is a lot of history around Sandwich. These include a couple of stunning almshouses, old town fortifications, and a handful of pubs that have been running for hundreds of years.

One can experience the bygone rural ways of life, with escorts in Kent, at the White Mill. It is a windmill constructed during the 1700s and has been fully restored.

Then, Richborough Castle is just a few minutes from the town. It may be in ruins now, but it is still a compelling fortress.

Rochester

Rochester1

Those familiar with the early chapters of Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations will encounter many common things in Rochester. Dickens’ history can be traced back to Gad’s Hill Place, a mansion outside Rochester.

Rochester has a lot to offer, like the 12th-century castle, which is still in good shape despite its age. The sight around this place is breathtaking.

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