One of the most distinctive monuments and religious sites in the UK, the Canterbury Cathedral is the most ancient surviving in the whole country and among the oldest in Europe.
Many travel packages to the UK would commonly include a visit to the Canterbury Cathedral. Established as early as the middle of the 6th century, the cathedral we view today dates to the 11th century.
After many restoration and renovation processes, the cathedral is now considered a museum of Gothic and Christian arts. There are many elements to watch during a visit to the cathedral including the Cloisters, colored stained glass, many bells, quires, and various chapels.