There’s more to the world’s busiest passenger port than ferries and military history – it is looking forward with a new architectural walking trail along the Kent coast. 

“Dover has always been a place of arrival and departure. As Britain’s busiest passenger port, it’s used by some 13 million cruise and ferry passengers each year, but few stick around. It’s the sort of place people tend to want to get out of quickly, which is a shame because there is so much to discover…”

https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/aug/20/dover-walking-trail-chalkup21-architecture-kent-coast

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