Dover is located near the extreme south-east point of England. The city is in the county of Kent near the Strait of Dover. The German raids severely damaged the city during World War II. However, at least two of its attractions deserve tourists' attention. First of all, it is worth mentioning the famous White Cliffs of Dover, which are up to 107 meters high. These rock formations of the Cretaceous period for centuries served for sailors as a symbol of proximity or distance from England. The second word in the popular name of the country, "Foggy Albion" is associated with the Roman word "albus", which means white. The Romans started calling the island so because of the rocks in Dover. It is also worth visiting Dover Castle, one of the largest and most majestic in England, which proudly towers over the city. The castle was of great strategic importance for the defense of the country.
Before the trip, you should calculate the approximate budget that you will require for the travel: