Kent
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Our most recommended Kent Walking Tours

  • From London: Leeds Castle, Canterbury Cathedral & Dover

    1. From London: Leeds Castle, Canterbury Cathedral & Dover

    Escape the bustle of London on a full-day sightseeing tour of the English countryside. You will head to the Garden of England, with visits to Kent’s Leeds Castle, the White Cliffs of Dover, and Canterbury Cathedral. The journey takes you over the Greenwich Meridian and past the London district that is home to the famous Cutty Sark tea clipper, and the Royal Observatory. Then see Leeds Castle, described by Lord Conway as “the loveliest castle in the world.” Set in the middle of a natural lake, and surrounded by 500 acres of parkland and gardens, you will enter the castle before the doors open to the public, and experience its magic in an atmosphere of still tranquility. There will also be time to explore the castle grounds, where you will find the Lady Baillie Garden, with views over the lake. Next, make your way to Canterbury and visit the historic Canterbury Cathedral. The mo...

    A bit disappointed with canterbury since you can't get good pictures outside with all the scaffolds. But inside was so lovely

  • London & Heathrow to Dover Transfer via Dover Castle

    2. London & Heathrow to Dover Transfer via Dover Castle

    Leave London's busy streets and travel into the tranquil Kent countryside, known as the Garden of England. The first stop is the Battle of Britain Memorial. A peaceful memorial, sat atop the White Cliffs of Dover and dedicated to the heroes who fought in the Battle of Britain in World War Two, this memorial offers stunning views across the English Channel. After a photo stop here, make the short journey to Dover Castle, the largest and one of the oldest in England. Known as the lock and key to England due to its critical roles in many wars and battles throughout history, the castle is home to the Secret Wartime tunnels, used in wars dating back to Napoleonic times, an underground hospital used throughout World War Two, the command centre for the Dunkirk evacuation and immaculately kept gardens. For those not entering the Castle, enjoy a photo stop while the tour guide walks those enter...

  • London: Hidden Powers Walking Tour

    3. London: Hidden Powers Walking Tour

    Learn about Britain's cultural and economic influence on the rest of the world on a walking tour of London. Your guide will tell you how Britain influences the world and why the English language has become international. As you walk through the city's most important streets, find out about the British institutions that shape the global balance of power. Meet your guide at the Banqueting House on Whitehall and walk to the British Council. Continue to Chatham House and hear about secret political rule. See the high council of Freemasonry and discover the history of the symbol they use. Visit the place that was the Ministry of Information during WWII and New Scotland Yard, the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police Service. Go to 10 Downing Street, where Prime Ministers had lived since 1732.  Take the tube to Bracken House, where your guide will explain to you why Winston Churchill's fa...

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What people are saying about Kent

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 37 reviews

Debra our tour guy was great. She was extremely informative and had a spunky personality. Our driver Michealangelo was also a great bus driver. I would recommend doing this tour.

Chrissy was great!!! She was so good and had so much information as we drove through each part of our tour!!! It was a very very good day!!

A bit disappointed with canterbury since you can't get good pictures outside with all the scaffolds. But inside was so lovely

Evan Evans tours is truly a great experience. Our guide was attentive and knowledgeable. The coach was clean and comfortable.

It was a great tour. Would have liked to spend more time in Dover. But very entertaining and the sights were beautiful