London to Dover
If you need to travel from London to Dover, you have many options available. Either you choose to go by train, bus or car, always book in advance, in order to avoid travel delays.
From London to Dover, there are about 76miles (122km), when traveling by car. It depends on the road you choose and it can take about 1 h 40 min. There are trains and coaches too, but if you want to admire the beautiful scenery of Kent at you own peace and stop whenever you like, we recommend that you do this trip by car.
For a hassle-free journey book your minicab tour with London Transfer Minicabs. You can sit back and relax while we take you into Kent. Don’t worry about the road, just enjoy the scenery.
From Central London, head southwest to Canterbury. Primeval walls, built by the Romans, surround the medieval city center. Walk on the cobbled streets and get transported back in time, while you admire the views. Remember to visit the unique Canterbury Cathedral, founded 597 A.D.
After Canterbury, set out for Dover, a significant port for ferries to Calais, in France.
Climb the iconic White Cliffs of Dover, and if you are lucky enough and the sky is clear, you can see the shore of France. Visit the Dover Castle and the Secret Wartime Tunnels.
Finish your day trip exploring Leeds Castle, named “the loveliest castle in the world”. It is built on two islands on a lake and has been open to the public since 1976. Get lost solving the maze and once you reached the center, return to the civilization through the underground Grotto.
Whether you decide to go from London to Dover by train, coach or car, plan your visit in advance. In this way, you can make the most of it!