Calais – Dover: Three Day Itinerary

Day One
Take a short relaxing free trip from Calais to Dover where you can sit back and relax with a breakfast in Boylan’s Brasserie as you wait for the white Cliffs of Dover to come into view.

Made famous by Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, the university city boasts some of England’s finest medieval architecture, including one of its oldest cathedrals. A perfect start to your trip.

Royal Tumbridge Wells
The Spa town of Royal Tumbridge Wells was one of the most fashionable destinations of the Georgian England and still has the he elegance and atmosphere of this bygone era is your next stop. The Pantiles - the famous colonnaded walkway where the aristocracy once promenaded - is now home to a wonderful selection of high-quality boutiques, specialist independent shops, bars and cafés and is the perfect location to spend your fist night.

Day Two
Taking a break from towns and getting into the English countryside, a trip to National Trust site Wakehurst, one of the most biodiverse places on Earth and home to Kew's wild botanic garden. Immerse yourself in 200 hectares of ornamental gardens, woodlands and a nature reserve.

No trip to the South East of England would be complete without a visit to Brighton with its famous pier and its bohemian, artistic and eccentric atmosphere that is unrivalled in the United Kingdom. Don't miss the Royal Pavilion, King George IV's seaside fantasy palace - Europe's most extraordinary royal palace and there is all the fun of the fair on the Victorian Brighton Pier – a perfect way to end your day.

Day Three
A medieval citadel huddled against invaders and the sea, Rye reveals its history gently. It’s home to a myriad of art, curiosities and cosy pubs, as well as contemporary restaurants serving the best Sussex has to offer, from land and sea. Built on smuggled secrets and timeless tales, it’s the perfect last stop on your shot break.Your short evening sailing gives you a chance to grab a snack at Café Lafayette and pick up some Duty Free before heading home.

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