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Very few towns and cities have complete or almost complete walls. Canterbury's are almost complete and mostly accessible. I didn't walk all the way round but as we walked around the town we use the wall in places to avoid the busy pedestrianised streets.
I guess I have been spoiled, having lived in York, but for me, the biggest issue is the lack of celebration made generally in Canterbury of the historic structures - the walls being a prime example. Access to them is poorly signposted and they generally...More
Sadly we didn't have time to walk round the walls, but saw parts of them from the place where we parked our car and during our walk round the city. Certainly the parts that we saw were impressive and deserve a re-visit
Walked all the way as far as we could right around the walls, which probably took a couple of hours at amble speed. Past the Norman Church, over the top of the park and back down again. A fascinating piece of history.