Canterbury is home to one of the oldest cathedrals in the world, Canterbury is a city that buzzes with life in the midst of some ancient landmarks, buildings and designs. The city grabs your attention immediately with its typical Kent greenery, cobblestone charm and village-type atmosphere..
Walking up the main street towards the Westgate (the largest surviving city gate in England), you’re surrounded by a sense of excitement that bubbles over across the pubs, shops and markets that line the street. Love this place.
Reminding you of ancient times with the narrow roads and stone buildings.
The Royal Museum and library.
Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe grabbed the interest of some of our party.
The Black Griffin Pub with some delectable food with helpings to fill the biggest tummy.
The street leading to Canterbury Cathedral, which is fully pedestrian.
The Cathedral facade is so beautiful almost looking like a small castle.
The entrance to the Cathedral
The glorious inside of the Cathedral, such a pity we didn’t record the music the organist was playing.