Kent is not a remote place in England. In fact, a lot of transportation means are available for those who are planning to visit the place.
If you are hailing from London, you can take the southeastern express train route. This should only take 38 minutes of travel time via the high-speed links. By far, this is the nearest vacation hotspot for anyone from London.
If you prefer to drive your car down to the city, you can take the southeastern highways bound for Kent. It is better to check traffic updates as the highways bound to Kent are usually packed during the weekends. Buses like Arriva and Stagecoach also offer routes down to Kent, which usually takes an hour or an hour and a half to get to the county.
For those who will be visiting Kent from mainland Europe, ferries like Eurotunnel Le Shuttle and F&O Ferries can take you to the city via a 21-mile sail across the English Channel. The ferries are sailing daily so everyone on the continent can visit the place anytime.