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Enjoy a multi-award winning and entertaining tour of Canterbury discovering the city's finest architecture and natural scenery
Discover 700 years of history at the romantic, double-moated, 13th century Hever Castle, the childhood home of Anne Boleyn
Visit Kent's oldest commercial vineyard producing award-winning wines, ciders and juices - and even taste some too
Kent is an ideal short break or holiday destination, and offers a wide choice of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets
Situated in the southeast corner of England, Kent is an easy place to get to whether you're travelling by road, rail or air
The new Visit Kent Magazine 2014 is our annual visitor guide to the very best of what the county has to offer. View it online now...
Kent's county town, Maidstone, lies at the heart of the Garden of England. Here orchards and hop gardens surround romantic villages and must-see heritage sights.
Rochester on the North Kent coast is a town with a powerful history and a Cathedral at its core, looped along the tidal reaches of the River Medway.
Don't miss this year's Folkestone Triennial, a fantastic arts festival with top events open to the public over the next 9 weeks
On the 13-14 September, take part in the great Kentish tradition of hop picking and enjoy over 60 varieties of beer and cider
Enjoy a 3 course dinner, an overnight stay and an enthralling tour of Canterbury Cathedral's archives on the 21-22 September
Discover Kent's amazing history with the Heritage Open Days 2014
Delve deeper and explore 10 hidden gems
10 must-sees for for your first visit