Leeds Castle, Canterbury Cathedral, Dover, Greenwich on Boxing Day

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  • 10 hr

Start off your day with a visit to Leeds Castle, situated in the heart of the Kent countryside and often described as the ‘loveliest castle in the world’. Arriving in historic Canterbury, there will be time to explore the old town centre and visit the beautiful Cathedral. See the legendary White Cliffs of Dover and the stunning English coastline before heading back to London by driving past Greenwich. Highlights: • Have a Great British adventure on Boxing Day! • Discover the beautiful Leeds Castle • Admire Canterbury Cathedral’s striking architecture • Get a photo of the White Cliffs of Dover • Luxury coach • Professional guide

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Leeds Castle

Located in the idyllic countryside of Kent, Leeds Castle celebrated its 900th anniversary in 2019. The castle’s long timeline is filled with kings and queens, British aristocracy and many key moments in Britain’s history including World War II. It also happens to be a spectacular building that sits in the middle of a lake! You’ll get to see its lavish interiors as well as its picturesque grounds.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Canterbury Cathedral

Inhabited since prehistoric times, the cathedral city of Canterbury is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. What was once a pilgrimage site is now a popular tourist destination known in part for its beautiful cathedral, which dates all the way back to the year 597! Discover Canterbury Cathedral’s fascinating history and marvel at its impressive Gothic architecture.

Duration: 1 hour 10 minutes

Stop At: The White Cliffs of Dover

This region of the English coastline is part of the Kent Downs designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and it’s not hard to see why! You’ll be stopping nearby for a gorgeous photo op of these impressive cliffs.

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Greenwich

The last part of this Boxing Day tour will include a drive past the London borough of Greenwich, famous for its maritime history and giving its name to Greenwich Mean Time.
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