London to Canterbury
Is Bus, Train or Driving Best?
Taking a day trip from London to Canterbury is quick and easy, whether by bus, train or by car. See the links below for the advantages and disadvantages of each, and advice on each one.
Canterbury's most famous attraction is of course Canterbury Cathedral (above), home of the leader of the Church of England, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and one of the finest cathedrals in the world. But there are many other attractions, including the old buildings, narrow streets, St Augustine's Abbey and several museums, including the Canterbury Tales Museum. See also our Best Things to Do in Canterbury page.
How do you get from London to Canterbury?
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