Canterbury is located approximately 100 kilometers to the south-east from London and 30 kilometers to the north from Dover. You can get to Canterbury by train from London-City or London-Heathrow airports; by EUROSTAR-train from Paris, Lille or Calais ; and by ferries from Caen via Portsmouth.
By plane : from
- London City Airport: take a train to Stratford International and then change to a Southeastern train to Canterbury.
- London Heathrow Airport: take a tube to London-Victoria or St Pancras and then change to a Southeastern train to Canterbury.
- The train schedule and tickets to Southeastern rail can be found at https://www.southeasternrailway.co.uk.
By EUROSTAR-train :
Take the Eurostar train to Ashford International, and then change to a Southeastern train to Canterbury. The train schedule and tickets for Eurostar can be found at https://www.eurostar.com and for Southeastern train at https://www.southeasternrailway.co.uk.
We can arrange shuttle bus for the trains:
on July 30 Eurostar leaving Paris at 8.13pm, arriving Ashford 9.07pm,
on July 31 Eurostar leaving Paris at 11.13, arriving Ashford at 12.07pm,
and for departure on Saturday August 3:
leaving Ashford 2.55pm, arriving Paris at 5.47pm
Those who are interested please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
By ferry :
There are ferry-routes from Caen or Le Havre to Portsmouth (https://www.directferries.com), which is located about 190 km from Canterbury. The train connections from Portsmouth to Canterbury could be checked at https://ticket.southernrailway.com