This tour takes you through the beautiful Kent countryside to Canterbury Cathedral where you will attend the Christmas “Sung Eucharist” service, which is often graced by the presence of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The line of succession from Augustine has seen 104 Archbishops uphold this prestige.
White Cliffs of Dover
After the service you will have traditional Christmas lunch in Dover, before viewing the famous White Cliffs, the gateway to England! See Dover Castle, a key film location in The Other Boleyn Girl, which saw the castle transformed into the Tower of London where Anne Boleyn was imprisoned.
Afterwards, visit historic Greenwich, famous for its maritime past. Dominating the waterfront, the Old Royal Naval College was designed by Sir Christopher Wren. Greenwich is an outstanding example of 17th century Baroque architecture.
After the service in Canterbury Cathedral, you will then sit down and enjoy your festive traditional Christmas dinner, soak up the festive atmosphere and enjoy a hearty three-course lunch with a glass of wine and a choice of tea or coffee to finish.
We were asked to arrive half an hour before but the trip started with dela. Good guide.
, to much time in Canterbury, the lunch was in a spearate room small and crowd . You had to get to the buffe one table after other
Nothing interesting to see Greenwich.
Expensive and not worth it