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Getting to Kent

Getting to Kent, in the southeast corner of England, is easy by road, rail, sea and air. And once you’re here, you can travel around smoothly thanks to an excellent road network and efficient local rail and bus services.

The M2 and M20 motorways run through the heart of Kent, linking all major towns and cities. Or take to well-signposted country roads. For help with mapping your journey, visit www.theaa.com

Regular train services run to all major towns in Kent. The new high-speed rail link (London to Ashford in 37 minutes) make journeys even quicker.

Southeastern - Tel: 0845 000 2222 www.southeasternrailway.co.uk

National Rail - Tel: 08457 484950 www.nationalrail.co.uk

National Express - Sit back on a comfortable coach, operating from London’s Victoria Coach Station to many parts of the Garden of England

Public Transport - Tel: 01622 605095 www.kentpublictransport.info

 

Hop across the sea to explore great courses on both sides of the Channel. The Port of Dover is the world’s busiest ferry port. With departures every 20 minutes around the clock, it’s easy to get away.

Seafrance and &O Ferries sail from Dover to Calais and Norfolkline from Dover to Dunkerque. Plus Ramsgate to Ostend with Transeuropa and Dover to Boulogne with LD Lines.

Or go from Folkestone to Calais in 35 minutes with Eurotunnel. Other great connections include Eurostar from Ashford International or Ebbsfleet International to Lille, Paris or Brussels to connect with the local train networks.

Alternatively you can fly between Edinburgh Scotland and Kent International Airport at Manston with Flybe. Book now at www.flyb.com.

Kent Garden of England

Reproduced with kind permission of KOS Media Ltd and Visit Kent. For further information, go to www.kentnews.co.uk and www.visitkent.co.uk

 








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