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Canterbury is home to a captivatingmixture of history, culture andarchitecture. Easily explored on foot, thecity offers plenty of surprises. Windinglanes and cobbled streets with their ownunique identity enrich the imaginationand take visitors back to another age.With three universities, a thriving retailhub and countless cafés and restaurants,Canterbury is packed with excitementand interesting things to see and do.Much of the countryside aroundCanterbury is an Area of OutstandingNatural Beauty. Head east along thecoast from Herne Bay and discoverReculver Towers, the site of a Roman Fortbuilt to guard the Wantsum Channel thatonce divided Thanet from the rest ofKent.Many of our beaches have receivedrecognition through national schemessuch as Quality Coast Awards and BlueFlag.To the west of Herne Bay is Whitstable, aquaint and ancient seaside town whosearchaeological finds date back to thePalaeolithic era. Famous for its oysters, Whitstable'smaritime history is celebrated with theannual Whitstable Oyster Festival. Itsdistinctive character makes it a populartourist destination. With so much to offer, why not extendyour stay and settle in at one of thedistrict's many hotels or guest houses.Self catering, hostels and camp sites arealso an option and cater for all budgets. Take your time and explore the city,countryside and coast that make up thefabulous Canterbury district. Getting aroundFrom anywhere in the Canterbury districtyou are no more than 20 minutes fromits fabulous coastline. Travelling aroundCanterbury and the surrounding areas iseasy thanks to the Romans. They createdan excellent road network throughout eastKent with Canterbury at its heart - theRoman capital of Kent.www.canterbury.co.uk3

4www.canterbury.co.ukFood & DrinkWhatever your taste, you'll find a mouth watering selection of food and drink in the Canterbury district. Enjoy Michelin star restaurants, rustic pubs, wine bars, tea rooms and a huge variety of cafés.