Known throughout the region, The Leas are actually a beautiful walk ikn the hills of Folkestone, and an unmissable attraction during a visit to the city. With flowers and well-maintained shrubs and breathtaking views of the entire bay
Located below the beautiful boardwalk on the heights of the Folkestone Leas, the beach is one of the highlights of the town. Folkestone's beach is particularly nice, very big and almost wild, with car parks on the edge. You can enjoy
Strategically located below the pretty promenade, the coastal park is one of our favorite places in this seaside city, which is often criticized as being too industrial. It's sheer pleasure to walk in this beautiful park, with its
Nestled amid the tourist heart of Folkestone's streets, Bayle Church is not too easy to find, but it would be a shame to miss it during your city tour. It is one of the oldest buildings in Folkestone, dating back to the thirteenth
If you are French and get off the ferry at Folkestone, then the name of this street will make you smile. Pronounced with an English accent, it sounds like "wendez-vous", and it is one of the nicest streets in the city. Pedestrianized
Here in the heart of Folkestone, the library is a place that you might not think to visit. But after checking out the shops, and finding that the unpredictable weather had made the beach a no-go area, we were delighted to discover it!
Found at the intersection of Guildhall Street, one of the main shopping boulevards in the town, and Bouverie Place, the huge shopping center, Headz is definitely an unusual shop. Here you will find a lot of bizarre objects, including
The military road borders the long Seabrook beach, extending into nearby Sandgate and even Folkestone. It is a long pleasant walk along the Royal Military Canal, built in the early nineteenth century to defend the region. This is a
Built in the early nineteenth century (begun in 1804) to defend England against French invasion during the Napoleonic Wars (which lasted until 1815), the 45 kilometer long Royal Military Canal is a canal along the coast between
Extending over several kilometers and even beyond the town limits, this is one of the main attractions in Seabrook. Less crowded than nearby Folkestone, it is quieter, unspoiled and wilder, with beautiful views across the bay.
Ideally located in the economic heart of the town of Folkestone and only a few meters from the bus station, the Bouverie Place is the town's main shopping centre, with a huge ASDA supermarket (very cheap) and many other shops.
Even if you love traditional English cuisine, you'll probably be craving something different after a few weeks in the country! Don't worry, though, pubs and fish & chips are only one side of England and we found a lovely alternative
Sweet Rendezvous is a small tea room in central Folkestone which we absolutely fell in love with. First of all, the traditional English storefront was lovely, and the homemade cakes were to die for. The cream eclairs and the
When you pass The Samuel Peto, you start wondering if it's the town hall of a government building or a theatre. Nope...it's actually a restaurant! Go ahead, go in...you won't be disappointed! They serve cheap, good British cooking for
The Fountain is a local institution on Seabrook Road, which connects Folkestone with Hythe to the west. You can get there easily on the 101 and 102 bus lines from Folkestone. It's one of the oldest pubs in the city, but also one of
In the center of Dublin, just a few minutes from more modern cultural zones. Famous for its friendly atmosphere and unique style, the Burlington gives you the chance to savor the warmth and wit of Dublin with its vibrant lifestyle.
Located in Folkestone, Kent. A 5-star hotel, close to the beaches and restaurants. All rooms are luxurious, individually decorated bathrooms with shower, TV, DVD, free wifi, white sheets. Feel free to try a full English in breakfast
Located south east of United Kingdom in the coastal town of Folkestone, sits the Inn The Ship Inn. The property, located in a typical British house, just a few meters walk from the beach town of Folkestone, offers guests classic