Travelodge Canterbury Dunkirk

A2 Trunk Road, Gate Services, Canterbury, Kent, ME13 9LN, United Kingdom
Travelodge Canterbury Dunkirk
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by mcasey

How long does the train from Cantebury to London take? Thanks!

Re: Train

by adelaidean

from memory, I think it took us about 1 hour and 20 minutes..

Re: Train

by leics for train times and fares. Or

Both sites will give you all the detail you need.

Re: Train

by Zoria

I was taking a look at the which is coachtravel and you can get really cheap tickets there. I think it took about 2 hours from London - Canterbury and we'll use that option ourselves IF we are going there.

Re: Train

by leics

Yes, the coach takes about 2 hours and usually costs considerably less than train travel.

Re: Train

by Kettleman

cropes love to get that train in the morning when I come to work! The trip from Canterbury West to Charing Cross is between 1h 35 mins and 1h 50 depending on the stops on the way.

Canterbury East to London is worse and are 1h 50m to somewhere like 2h 10m.

The National Express Coach is scheduled to take 2hours or so and can do it in theta time in the middle of the day. Given the density of traffic on the A2 the morning and afternoon in the rush hour may take longer

Travel Tips for Canterbury

Tourist Information Centre

by kentishgirl

We have an extensive tourist information centre, it is located just across from the Cathedral Gate, they book coach and ferry tickets, have leaflets and books on the city and surrounding areas.

They also sell Souveniers.

The Interior Of Canterbury Cathedral...

by coceng

Canterbury is the origins of The English Christianity. It is the site where St. Augustine, the monk sent by Gregory the Great to Christianize the English, baptized King Etherbert of Kent on Whit Sunday in 597. Augustine became the first Archbishop of Canterbury, and his church, dedicated to Christ Jesus, was later burned by the Danes during the reign of Archbishop Alphege.
The Tomb of Archbishop of Canterbury Henry Chichele...It was erected for him in 1427 and he did not die until 1443. He was educated at Winchester College and New College Oxford.
There's another 'body' underneath this tomb & you can read about it on HERE...What is 'A CADAVER TOMB' ?


by kentishgirl

At the moment our bus station is a shambles!! They are building a new shopping centre in town and have wrecked the bus station in the process!

However, the services are still running as usual, National Express frequents Canterbury several times a day from London, and we have our local buses stagecoach.

There is an information office at the station where you will find timetables and you can book National Express.

Otherwise on the local buses you pay as you get on, single of return, there are buttons throughout the bus that you press as you come to your stop, if you are not sure, sit at the front of the bus and ask the driver to tell you when you are there.

More Than Pizza and Pasta

by nhcram about Little Italy

Lovely cosy and friendly restaurnat in the middle of Canterbury.
Attentive staff and good well presented food.
Some VT members met here in September and enjoyed a really lovely evening together. The smoked slamon and ricotta starter was delightful and the flavours went really well together.

Ye Olde Beverlie

by kentishgirl about The Beverlie

This is actually a pub, its a great "local", and is one of my haunts on a friday night after work!

They serve food too, Ive never eaten here, but a friend has and he adores the food! As I say Ive never actually eaten here, but last night I saw and smelt beer battered cod and chips that the people behind us had! Looked lush!


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Address: A2 Trunk Road, Gate Services, Canterbury, Kent, ME13 9LN, United Kingdom