Dartford is situated in the county of Kent, in the southeast of England. It is approximately 16 miles (26 kilometers) east of Central London. Dartford has a rich history dating back to Roman times. It was a market town and an important river crossing point on the River Darent. 
Dartford has become an important commuter town for people working in London and the surrounding areas, with excellent rail links to London and the home counties. The Road network include the Dartford crossing and A2, giving good links into London and the Port of Dover. 
The town has several landmarks, including the QE2 Dartford Bridge over the River Thames, and the Mick Jagger Centre, named after the famous Rolling Stones frontman, who grew up in the area. 
Dartford is close to Bluewater Shopping Centre, one of the largest retail and entertainment complexes in Europe, offering a wide range of shops, restaurants, and entertainment options. It also also close to the recently proposed theme park, which is set to be the largest in europe. 
The town is surrounded by beautiful green spaces and parks, including Central Park, Hesketh Park, and Darenth Country Park and Dartford Heath.  
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