Taxi from Heathrow to Canterbury
If you have to get from Heathrow airport to Canterbury city you may contact the Corus travel company. Our employees will answer all your questions and will choose a vehicle depending on your needs.
The distance between Heathrow and Canterbury makes about 91 miles and the trip takes 1 hour 40 minutes.
Sightseeing in Canterbury
The main attraction is Canterbury Cathedral, a cult object where Archbishop Thomas Becket was murdered in 1170. He was venerated a saint, and his relics became the reason of pilgrimage for people from the most remote places of Great Britain. Not less important historical monuments are St Martin’s Church and St Augustine’s Abbey – the place where kings and archbishops were buried. These churches are enlisted in World heritage and are protected by UNESCO.
The ancient Rome walls which remnants have survived by now and the ruins of Canterbury castle are very popular with tourists.
Please pay attention that our prices are fixed, we don’t charge any hidden or extra fees. Transfer from Heathrow to Canterbury makes £117.00 plus £1.50 for each further mile if the place of destination is more than 5 miles off the city centre.