Tag: GB – Canterbury Cathedral St Augustine’s Abbey and St Martin’s Church

Discover the wealth of history and tradition at Canterbury Cathedral; Sarah Brazendale; Kent Live

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With new visitor experiences and free entry for kids until the end of October, there’s never been a better time to discover this local treasure…

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Best UK city breaks to book this summer; Independent

With domestic travel given the green light from 12 April, here’s The Independent’s pick of domestic stays…

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Nostalgic look at changing face of city; Phil Hayes; Kent Online

Kent Online takes a look into its archives to see how much has changed over the decades.

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The stunning World Heritage Site city just a few miles from the sea that’s only 53 minutes from London; Lucy Skoulding; My London

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Cathedral to partially reopen grounds; Lydia Chantler-Hicks; Kent Online

Canterbury Cathedral is partially reopening its picturesque grounds to give visitors opportunity to enjoy its open spaces for free.

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How to spend 48 hours in Canterbury, Kent; Jess Marshall; Luxury Lifestyle Magazine

Canterbury is one of the most beautiful and unique cities in England. With its world-famous cathedral, iconic Westgate Towers, and the modern architectural beauty that is the Marlowe Theatre, the city is steeped in culture and history.

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Record numbers visit England’s oldest church; Joe Wright; Kent Online

More than 10,000 visitors have made their way to one of the country’s most important historical landmarks this year.

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5 ways to unwind in Canterbury; Jennika Argent; A Luxury Travel Blog

Jennika Argent’s trips in the UK are few and far between, but she’s always pleasantly surprised by how beautifully manicured England can be and Canterbury is no exception. Aside from its grand status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it maintains a pleasant small-town charm, with a youthful energy brought in by a large population of students attending its four universities (which also keeps the price of drinks down!).

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Past etched in stone; Rashmi Gopal Rao; Tribune India

UK – Canterbury Cathedral, St Augustine’s Abbey, and St Martin’s Church

An ancient city, part of which is also a Unesco World Heritage Site, Canterbury, is consistently rated as one of the most visited cities in the United Kingdom.  Steeped in history, Canterbury is one of the most beautiful cities in southeast England in the county of Kent and is situated on the Stour river.

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