Top Attractions and Things to Do in Kent for a Weekend Break

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Kent, lovingly called the Garden of England, is a county in south east England with an abundance of fruit-growing and hop gardens – hence the name. The place is a popular destination for people looking for a short yet awe-inspiring break from their daily routines and usual surroundings. It is home to pristine beaches (voted online as best in Europe,) towering castles, lovely people and sumptuous food. Your first time to this destination promises nothing but a lovely day celebrating nature and everything else that contributes to its wonder. Whether you’re traveling by road, rail or air, getting to Kent is easy. Getting around is as easy, too!

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No matter when you visit Kent and who you are with, there are things to do and sights to see. Coming for Mother’s Day? All of Kent’s flowers await the woman of the hour. Bringing your four-legged friend along? There are dog-friendly strolls and pubs that give you ample reasons not to leave your pet home. Alone and free – and on a hunt for anything free? Long-winding seashores, selected museums, wine gardens and open parks are begging for them to be explored.

Thanks to Southeastern, Kent’s only rail provider, there is ease of access in major tourist spots in the area including Canterbury, Folkestone and Dover. Buses operated by Arriva and Stagecoach contribute to the accessibility of the whole destination. Cycling and walking are also highly encouraged among the locals and visitors alike, so routes specifically for these needs are provided and well-maintained. P&O Ferries and Eurotunnel le Shuttle also bring in commuters to the county on a daily basis.

There’s the view, the comfort, and the assurance of enjoyment – what more are you looking for? It’s time to plan your next weekend break, invite people to come with and get ready for an escapade to Kent.

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Canterbury Cathedral in Kent
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