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Take a stroll along the spectacular White Cliffs and absorb 10 miles of breath-taking views from across the English Channel or explore 2000 years of history and heritage at a medieval castle – the unique coastal town of Dover makes a great family day out. However you decide to spend your time here, you can cruise from A to B on unlimited bus journeys with Stagecoach.
Make your way around Dover and further afield in Kent and East Sussex by bus.
You’ll make great savings with unlimited journeys around Dover and Deal with our DayRider tickets. These are available to buy on the bus or when you download our mobile ticketing app – the perfect solution for fuss-free travel.
Staying for up to four weeks? That smart card comes in handy once again with our 28-day MegaRider ticket, covering areas such as Shepherdswell, St Margaret's at Cliffe, Walmer, and Sandwich. You can also turn these into a rolling monthly ticket to carry those savings on into the next month. Just sign up for a recurring ticket monthly direct debit, and stop whenever you like.
You may qualify for free travel if you hold a concessionary pass, for example if you’re of State Pension age or have a disability. Simply ask your local council for a pass. If you’re not eligible, you can still get great savings with our DayRider, EveningRider and MegaRider tickets.
You can find out more about all our tickets in the South East in our guide to tickets here.
Travel with Stagecoach to nearby areas like Canterbury, Deal, Folkestone, and Sandwich.
You can travel to Dover Castle by bus on the route 80 or 81 from Pencester Road in Dover town centre.
The best way to travel from Dover to Walmer and Deal is on the number 80 or 81 from Pencester Road. The bus stops at the picturesque seaside village of St. Margaret's-at-Cliffe, a short walk from the secluded cove at St. Margaret's Bay.
Need somewhere to take the kids for the day? Hop on a bus along the coast to Folkestone, Hythe, and Romney Marsh. You can travel to the beach on our route 102, which runs from Dover to Lydd twice an hour.
The easiest way to pick up all Stagecoach routes is at Pencester Road or Priory Street in the town centre. Make sure you arrive at the bus stop a few minutes before the bus is scheduled to leave. If you’re not sure when your bus is, you can always check for live times on the Stagecoach mobile app.