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The White Cliffs of Dover reign high and edge this seaside village - know for its rich history, natural beauty and pastoral charm - is often called the Gateway to England. Passage through Dover Straight offers breathtaking views.Find Cruises Sailing to This Port
Situated atop the white cliffs of Dover stands one of the best-preserved castles in the world. Visit Dover Castle and travel back in time - the massive medieval fortress was built on Roman ruins by King Henry II. Spend time exploring the breathtaking grounds and see one of Europe's best-preserved Roman lighthouses. Tour its labyrinth of secret tunnels, and learn about the vital role they played during the Second World War.
Dover is a fantastic place to sample classic English fare. Cozy village pubs offer traditional dishes, ales and locally produced cider and micro-beers. From fish and chips stands to quaint beachside cafés, Dover offers a range of excellent dining options for a variety of tastes.
The pound sterling (GBP) is valid in both England and Scotland. Traveler's checks are widely accepted in banks, and credit cards can be used most places.
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