Hythe, Kent

51.0722222222221.0880555555556Koordinaten: 51 ° 4 ' N, 1 ° 5' O

Hythe is a small town on the south coast of the UK in Kent, near Folkestone, which is known as a founding member of the Cities and Towns Cinque Ports. The name " Hythe " or " Hithe " comes from the Anglo-Saxon and means something like as much as the landing site or port.

Today, the village is considered to be quiet spot and recreation area for both British as well as for tourists. With a connection to the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, which was the smallest public railway in the world for a long time, and to regional trains diverse cities such as Brighton, Canterbury and London are also within easy reach.