1-Day Leeds Castle, Canterbury Cathedral & Dover Select Tour from London

  • Tour code: 433-731
  • Available: Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat (Apr-Oct); Wed, Fri, Sat (Nov-Mar)
  • Depart from: London, United Kingdom
  • Duration: 9 Hours 30 Minutes
From USD$74.85

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Select Sightseeing - A full day to discover the treasures of Kent - Leeds Castle, Canterbury Cathedral and the White Cliffs of Dover.

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Adult:$74.85
Child:$61.95
Senior:$68.40
Student:$68.40
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  • Day 1 London-Maidstone-Canterbury-Dover-London(618 km)
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Day 1 London-Maidstone-Canterbury-Dover-London(618 km)

Guests will be picked up at their hotels in London. To begin the day, we will take a private tour of Leeds Castle. After that, we will visit the Canterbury Cathedral, where we will learn about the violent history of this seemingly idyllic place. After lunch, we will continue to Dover to take pictures of the famous White Cliffs and Dover Castle. Then, we will head to Greenwich to explore. Afterwards, we will return to London to end the tour. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

  • Always Visit
    Leeds Castle has been standing in some form or another since 1119, nearly 900 years. The castle sits on a lush island in a lake formed by the River Len. It was reconstructed by Hnery VII for Catherine of Aragon.

  • Always Visit
    This historic and ornate cathedral dates back nearly one thousand years-- to 1077. It was originally built in the Romanesque style, but a large fire destroyed most of the church and repairs were done in the Gothic.

  • Always Visit
    This awe-inspiring 12th-century castle is the largest in England, and has been played a pivotal role throughout the history of the British Isles, earning the nickname "Key to England." The site is also home to a lighthouse from the first century.

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