Perched on its hillside overlooking the marshes, the medieval town of Rye in East Sussex is one of the prettiest towns in England. A thousand years ago, the small town was almost entirely surrounded by sea and was one of the most important harbors in the country, playing an important role in the defense of England’s south coast. The sea retreated from the town centuries ago but Rye has a charm all of its own. You’ll want to visit for its timber-framed buildings and cobbled streets but spend a little longer and you’ll find quirky doors, quaint tearooms, and a fantastic castle.
08:45 am meeting near Ibis City Hotel
1 Pommel Way, London, E1 6BF (near Aldgate East or Liverpool Station), finishing at the same place about 09:00 pm. Travel times may vary depending on traffic & weather conditions. All entry fees and meals during the tour are not included. Group discount is possible and can be arranged via group leader.
08:45 meeting at the Ibis City
Aldgate East; 09:00 departure; 11:00-17:00 Rye; 17:00-19:00 Ghost Walk of Rye
(£10); 19:00 departure to London; 21:00 Aldgate East.
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