Kent Guide - Getting to Kent

Kent lies south and south west of London in the south eastern corner of England. The area has excellent access to not only London by road and rail, but also to Gatwick Airport, Heathrow and Stansted Airport.

Travelling by Road from other parts of the UK could not be easier either – there are good road links from all parts of the UK and the M25, M20, M2 and M23 motorways provide good access to the region.

The area can be easily accessed via train from London and the south coast via the Uckfield, Hastings and Ashford lines from London Charing Cross, Waterloo, Victoria and St Pancras International stations. Further details can be found from National Rail Enquiries.

The Channel Ferries at Dover with frequent connections to France are within easy reach and are accessed via the M20 motorway.

Eurotunnel provides drive-on road links from Europe via Calais and Folkestone and EuroStar rail links provide direct access to the region from Europe at Ebbsfleet.