Long Break £49 Each way
ATTRACTIONS IN LONDON AND KENT
Sailing from Calais to Dover gives you access to all of the great attractions in London and Kent meaning that you can pack your trip full of amazing adventures and days out without having to travel too far.
Treat yourself to an amazing view of the city by taking a trip on the London Eye. One of the world’s tallest observation wheels, the London Eye boasts an impressive height of 135 metres and you can choose to take part in a 4D experience beforehand which combines a 3D video with other special effects.
Possibly one of London’s most famous attractions, the Tower of London is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the Crown Jewels of the British monarchy which makes it a very unique place to visit. Built in 1086, the Tower of London is at the centre of many fascinating tales of imprisonment, execution and torture, which you can hear on a free tour by the Yeoman Warders.
Should you want to see as much of London as possible in one day a London River Cruise could be the perfect attraction for you. You’ll get to see all of London’s most famous landmarks while enjoying on-board commentary and can hop on and off the boat as you please for 24 hours which gives you loads of great photo opportunities.
There are plenty of amazing attractions in Kent and beyond that you can visit if you have explored the capital or are not planning on visiting it during your trip. One of the best ways to experience as much as possible is to purchase an English Heritage Pass which will give you access to over 100 sites including castles and stately homes, so you’ll start saving money after visiting just a few places.
To avoid disappointment, book your attraction tickets, activities and tours in advance using our travel partner Get Your Guide so you will know that you place is secure, and you can save money by pre-booking for many attractions too.