Original article from Kent Live
Kent is something of a paradise for explorers and bloggers.
Whether it be the 350-miles of chalky white cliffs or the large expanses of lush countryside, The Garden of England has plenty to offer.
However one tourist has picked out another, perhaps less popular Kent town, as a must-visit for those travelling to the area.
Youtuber ‘Curious Pavel’ has put together a seven minute video showing off his time in Dartford and he was very impressed with what it had to offer.
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The vlogger has put together a ‘complete Dartford guide’ running through the sights, dining options as well as a brief history of the town.
His stay in Dartford saw him try out the Hangloose Adventure at Bluewater Shopping Centre as well as a number of the town's top attractions.
Pavel, clearly impressed by what Dartford and the surrounding areas have to offer, gave Hever Castle, Rochester and Canterbury a glowing reference.
That’s not all, Pavel told those watching: “If you prefer deep relaxation then Dartford will not disappoint. The town offers a very clean park and a beautiful lake nearby.”
He added: “Thursdays and Saturdays are the days you will find Dartford most buzzing. From early morning the main street welcomes butchers and all sorts of merchants.”
Even locals might learn a thing in two in the video.
The vlogger goes in to significant detail about the rich history that the town has to offer.
“One thing is easy to notice when walking around Dartford and that is the old buildings which speak for the historical value of the town.” He added.
The Bulgarian was impressed with the sights, fascinated by the history and recommended a number of his favourite food and drink options…which all centred around one street.
Spital Street, which sits in the centre of town is home to Carnaval meat and Tapas restaurant and a very impressed Wetherspoon.
However it’s at the end of the street where Pavel found his favourite restaurant.
He said: “‘The best place you can grab a bite is the Turkish restaurant called Efes. Inside the restaurant you will find nothing but wonders when it comes to food,”
You can watch the full video on Pavel's Youtube page here.
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