Now that you have made the decision to visit Kent, have you ever thought of all the different ways you can get there. Of course the obvious is to drive, Kent is blessed with two motorways the M20 and the M2 both very convenient and linked to the M25 for easy access from throughout Britain. If you want to take the more leisurely routes there are plenty of well signposted country roads which will meander you to your destination.
Regular train services run to all major towns in Kent. We now have the new high speed rail link (London to Ashford in 37 minutes), and this fast train also goes to Canterbury and Ramsgate.
If neither of these methods of travel suit why not use the National Express Coach network which runs from London’s Victoria Coach Station to many parts of the Garden of England.
If you are travelling to Kent from Europe we have the worlds busiest ferry port at Dover which both Sea France and P&O ferries operate with regular sailings to Calais. Norfolkline also operate from Dunkerque to Calais.
Finally there is the Euro Tunnel which operates from Folkestone to Calais in 35 minutes. For passengers without cars there is the EuroStar which runs from London, Ebbsfleet and Ashford International to Lille, Paris and Brussels.
There are so many different options to consider, but rest assured for your travel there will be an option to suit all who wish to visit Kent and Sussex.