South East England
Приезжайте к нам в гости, и мы попьем традиционного английского чайку!
Having lived in the south of England for several years, the country still surprises me with its magnificent landscapes and countryside together with its wealth of amazing historic places, many of which have been in continuous use for centuries.
I consider it is a privilege to live in the UK, and especially in the south-east of England. It is also a great pleasure for me to be able to share my enthusiasm with guests and show them around this wonderful part of the world.
Please allow me to create a tailor-made tour especially for you! From Windsor Castle to Walmer Castle on the English Channel coast, from the famed gardens at Hampton Court to the relatively unknown pine garden in the charming village of St. Margarets-at-Cliffe, I would love to share my passion and reveal this exceptional part of the country to you.
По желанию я составлю тур только для вас, в максимально возможной степени учтя ваши пожелания и пожелания ваших детей, если вы путешествуете семьей.
Мы посетим сказочные замки, известные на весь мир английские сады, погуляем по улочкам средневековых городов и деревень, съездим на сафари, пройдемся по бережью и полюбуемся потрясающими пейзажами, прикоснемся к тысячелетней истории, и в буквальном смысле тоже! Я с удовольствием стану вашим гидом как по известным достопримечательностям, так и по скрытым сокровищам графств Кент, Суссекс и Суррей.
|Kent & Sussex coastline|
|Villages and countryside|
|Castles & Palaces||
There is such a huge variety of castles in Kent from one of the best examples of a Norman fortified castle in Dover, to the 'fairy-tale' castles of Hever and Leeds. Or the romantic ruins of Bodiam Castle and Scotney Castle. Not to forget the historic royal castles of Windsor and Hampton Court!
Kent is not called the Garden of England for nothing! The county has no shortage of gardens ranging from world famous Sissinghurst to a lovely Pine Garden, hidden away in the charming coastal village of St Margaret's-at-Cliffe.
|Churches & Cathedrals||
So many in Kent that are worth a visit: from simple Saxon churches to magnificent cathedrals!
A fascinating WW1 walk in Folkestone, the Kent seaside resort, which played a very important role in the First World War with approximately 10 million troops and others, including nurses, passing through its port.
What can be better than driving along the picturesque country lanes of the south east of England? To be sure, the highlight of your day will be to stop off in one of the charming villages and enjoy lunch at an historic pub or a cream tea in a traditional tearoom.
Join me for a walking tour of Rochester, an historic town in Kent, favoured and frequently visited by Charles Dickens! Or, perhaps, you would like to visit Bateman's, the exquisite home of Rudyard Kipling in the beautiful village of Burwash in East Sussex?
|Food & Drink||
Kent has an amazing array of fresh produce ranging from the salted lamb of Romney Marsh to the superb oysters in Whitstable. Why not let me introduce you to some local specialities at one of the splendid eateries or gastro-pubs dotted throughout the south-east?
South East Blue Badge Guide