The Churchill Wartime Tunnels
South Foreland Lighthouse
A London to Dover day trip is one of the easiest and most popular ways to see the renowned English countryside and the towering White Cliffs.
England’s largest castle can’t be missed in the distance. Just like the cliffs are an iconic part of Dover, so is this historic castle, which has been the town’s first line of defence.
The white-washed Victorian South Foreland lighthouse is a beauty to look at, and has scrumptious views from the top, but it’s also steeped in history.
The wartime tunnels bury deep into the cliffs, complete with a history tour and real-life film footage from back in the day.
The walk along the White Cliffs is around a 10-mile journey. But don’t let that put you off. It doesn’t mean you need to be a hiking enthusiast or fitness junkie.
Right outside the lighthouse, you’ll come across this quintessential tearoom. The tearoom offers a fun and quirky environment to enjoy a cuppa.
Crazy enough, the Port in Dover is the second busiest port in the whole of England, and one of Europe’s busiest.
The unique experiences in Dover belong to this town only, begging you to return here over and over again.
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