Still dominating Canterbury’s skyline, the Cathedral dates back to Norman times. It was the inspiration for medieval pilgrims and continues to attract visitors from all over the world.
Is constituted by Canterbury Cathedral and Precinct, St Augustine’s Abbey and St Martin’s Church. All have great historical importance to Christianity, and offer some interesting visitor attractions.
The Dane John Gardens, where you can stroll along the city walls which border one side of the gardens, have recently won awards for excellence. The Westgate Gardens and Stour River are lovely riverside gardens with superb floral displays and views of the Medieval Westgate towers.