The city of Canterbury in the heart of the county of Kent is best known for being the seat of the Church of England. The impressive cathedral sees over a million visitors each year and dominates the city. The Canterbury area has been inhabited since prehistoric times and the Romans had a settlement here.
Canterbury, Portobello Market and Brick Lane Market
My two friends and I took a two hour bus ride from London to Canterbury, a historic town filled with tales from the past, a majestic cathedral and tons of narrow alleyways and shopping stores. We spent the whole day walking through the city which seemed to offered more than expected, yet the weather ...
Posted in Destination Europe by aonate
I took this map from Canterbury council's web page and made changes to show our route overview. The red route is the Via Francigena, a medieval pilgrim's route from Canterbury to Rome. We intended to follow this initially but due to lack of good information on how bike-friendly it was we opted ...
Posted in Calvers on the Continent by Tom.Calver