Why visit Kent?

Kent, situated in the South East of the UK, is known as the Garden of England due to its abundance of orchards and hop farms. Kent is home to some wonderful attractions, from zoos and hop farms to ancient churches and parks. There really is something for everyone, so why not visit this beautiful county?

Kent makes the perfect charming escape, where you can enjoy long walks in the park or hit the town for a night out. So whether you want to stay in a cosy Kentish cottage and curl up with a film and play some poker, or you want to explore the countryside and take long, relaxing walks, Kent provides it all. Let’s see all the different experiences you can have in this beautiful county.

Explore nature
If you love animals and taking long strolls with your partner, then there are so many different places you can visit. One of the most beautiful places has to be Knole Park, situated in Sevenoaks. This huge park is the perfect place to have a picnic on a sunny day, admire the blossoming flowers and enjoy a peaceful walk. In addition, the park is home to roaming deer which is a stunning sight to see.

Admire historical structures
If it’s history and architecture you’re looking for then there’s no better place to visit than Canterbury Cathedral. This World Heritage Site is one of the oldest and most famous Christian structures in England. It is the cathedral of the Archbishop of Canterbury, who is the leader of the Church of England and a symbolic leader of the worldwide Anglican Communion.

Enjoy a night out
There’s no better place than Maidstone if you fancy a night out. Earl Street is home to a variety of restaurants offering various cuisines, from Italian and Mexican to Spanish and Portuguese. If you want to party, head to Lockmeadow centre, where there’s a few bars, clubs, cinemas and restaurants.

 

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