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Discover the Garden of England with DFDS

Kent City Guide

Set on England’s warm, south eastern coastline, Kent is home to extraordinary English countryside, seaside havens, as well as the historical centre of Canterbury. There’s also the bonus of being just a short drive from the buzzing capital of London.

With an abundance of beautiful architecture, gardens and traditional English pubs, you will find Kent the perfect place to relax and discover the beauty of the English countryside.

Things to do

Kent is a diverse region, with activities for every interest, including a variety of historical attractions such as Canterbury Cathedral, Dover Castle and Leeds Castle. These landmarks have been part of Kent’s landscape for hundreds of years and all detail different narratives surrounding Kent’s colourful heritage.

There’s also a host of quaint, independent shops, boutiques, bookstores and trendy restaurants scattered across the region’s picturesque towns and villages.

Kent Greeters

Get an authentic tour of the Kent region with Kent Greeters. Explore the Garden of England with an experienced native for free and find out all about the area from a local.

Whether you’re travelling solo, or in a group of up to 6 people, book this free excursion for a personalised tour or guided walk