Take a stroll through one of the most visited cities in England. Canterbury attracts tourists and pilgrims from all over the world. Canterbury Cathedral, St. Augustine Abbey, and St. Martin’s Church are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The city has preserved very valuable historical sites. Did you know that the city has the oldest continuously operating school in the world? When was Canterbury City Wall Built? What’s special about Christ Church Gateway? Why did Canterbury Cathedral become the capital of the Anglican Church? A local charismatic guide will introduce you to interesting historical facts. Visit one of England’s oldest and most magnificent cathedrals. Take a stroll through the exclusive downtown Canterbury Cory. Admire the unique architecture of the city. You will feel the coziness and charm of this exclusive city. This is a great walking tour with a qualified guide.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Admission fee to St Augustine's Abbey: £8 (adults), £4.80 (kids), £21.00 or £12.90 (families)

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Westgate Gardens

    Westgate Gardens is worth going to because it's a beautiful park where you can expect to have a beautiful landscape.

  • 2

    Old Weavers House

    Old Weavers' House is worth going to because it's one of the oldest buildings in Canterbury where you can expect to taste good food.

  • 3

    St Martin's Terrace

    St Martin's Terrace is worth visiting because it's a big place where you can expect to find lots of restaurants and clothing shops.

  • 4

    St Augustine's Abbey

    St Augustine's Abbey is worth visiting because it represents the successful evangelization of southern England, a place where you can expect to admire the magnificent architecture.

Meeting Point

In front of Westgate Gardens Riv Walk - Tower House See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.