Which part of England is Folkestone?
The coastal town of Folkestone, in the county of Kent, with a beautiful view towards the English Channel has a characteristic architecture dating mainly from the Victorian era. Its popularity as a major holiday destination began in the mid-nineteenth century with the construction of the London Railway and has remained one of the busiest ports in England.
In Folkestone there are plenty of activities that visitors can develop, including visits to galleries and pavilions located on the seafront, take a refreshing walk along the wide promenade or dine in a restaurant or cafe in the city. You can also take a walk through its parks that stretch along the coast, in particular, the popular East Cliff and the Warren Country Park from where you have excellent views of France when the day is clear.
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Which area of Kent is Folkestone?
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