Rochester is a town and former city in the unitary authority of Med-way in South East England. It is at the lowest bridging point of the River Medway about 30 miles (50 km) from London.
Rochester, Kent has many endless reasons to pay it a visit but one most common is because it was where it all started and where it all ended for the famous author Charles Dickens.
A Christmas Carol is one of the most loved Christmas stories of all time, and with Rochester being Charles Dickens final resting place, it’s only natural that the city unites to celebrate their festive season with a festival in his honour. With Rochester’s dramatic cathedral, castle and medieval architecture, it becomes a perfect scene for the Charles Dickens Christmas festival. The cold streets are lit up and come alive with performers, markets, pantomimes and artificial snow. Witnessing such an environment is sure to turn the clock back two hundred years, bringing the world of England’s most loved author back to life for a few moments of pleasure.
So what do you think? Curious enough for a visit? Give us a call on: 0121 3666777 or visit our website at: aj-travel.co.uk let us take you there! Or perhaps, just rent a minibus or minivan and take yourself there! Don’t miss out this December, and don’t forget to tell us how you decided to spend your holidays this year!