We head to Canterbury, a first-class World Cultural Heritage city home to three Unesco World Heritage Sites: Canterbury Cathedral with its stunning mixture of Romanesque and Perpendicular Gothic architecture and its collections of early medieval stained glass. Canterbury was one of medieval Europe’s great places of pilgrimage and knowledge. The city center still retains much of the atmosphere experienced by the medieval pilgrims and celebrated in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. Rochester, the second-oldest diocese in England, is at an ancient crossing on the River Medway, fortified by a sturdy Medieval castle. Rochester cathedral blends Romanesque and Gothic architecture, with a west front that dates back almost 900 years. Rochester High Street with its quaint, cantilevered Tudor houses and weatherboard cottages to rows of bold 17th and 18th-century townhouses with white-painted quoins is achingly pretty. The variety of shops, cafes are worth a visit Finally, we will drive you to London.
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