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Oxford, United Kingdom

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"Lots of other places in UK worth visiting if you are up for it: Bath, Oxford, York and The Lake District are all 'true' Britain - London has become a series of ethnic ghettos so you won't experience the real UK until you step beyond Greater London."  See More

"Europe: Kavala Prague Dublin Oxford Paris"  See More

"Historical - Cambridge (England), Oxford, ."  See More

"And finally Oxford, but I'm definitely biased as I studied there."  See More

"I have only walked one part of the path (From Tower Bridge) but there are various trails - all the way to Oxford Checkout this website: https://tfl."  See More

"My personal recommendation would be either of Oxford or Cambridge (England)."  See More

"Get out the Big Smoke and visit Bath, Cambridge (England), S-upon-A, Oxford or even Yorkshire."  See More

"You an visit The Lake District National Park, Cornwall, Oxford, Snowdonia National Park Visitor Centre, York, Salisbury (England),Brighton (England), Cambridge (England), Stonehenge, Wivenhoe and Avebury."  See More

"You should definitely visit Oxford and maybe even Cambridge (England)."  See More

"Go to the Cotswold District via Oxford It's a really lovely part of England."  See More

"If you have time take the train to OxfordIt's a really beautiful small University city an hour outside London."  See More

"Oxford , Cambridge (England) (to see young student life in a phenomenal setting) and perhaps Stratford-upon-Avon for a bit of shakespeare and oldy worldy England."  See More

"Oxford would be great and not that far from London."  See More

"Oxford is another lovely place, I took a bus to get there, no advance purchase necessary."  See More

"It's obvious from the answers before mine that you've got a lot of options: Cambridge (England), Windsor and Oxford."  See More

"It has another big estate, Blenheim Palace and is about a 20min drive from Oxford."  See More

"Oxford and Cambridge (England) are well worth a visit for their history, pubs and university town feel."  See More

"Oxford, Wimbledon or Stratford-especially if you love Shakespeare."  See More

"Within a day's drive, you can visit Brighton, Canterbury, Oxford or Cambridge."  See More

"Bristol, Oxford or Brighton (England) are good day trip choices"  See More

"It's almost 2 hrs away but so worth it--and Oxford is not that far away either."  See More

"Cambridge (England) and Oxford are a must!"  See More

"I have whole list - London, Prague, Lisbon, Oxford, Hastings, Bergen"  See More

"Oxford down south is pretty nice, lots of rich culture down there."  See More

"Bath, Oxford, The Cotswolds"  See More

"When I was in England I spent a few days in Oxford."  See More

"Oxford would tick the "quaint" box - historic university town, easy to get to from London, and really quintessentially English."  See More

"Oxford and Cambridge (England) would also probably be worthy candidates that are reasonably close."  See More

"Oxford is a well known university town, if you make the trek out there see if Blenheim Palace is open, it is the birthplace of Winston Churchill."  See More

"Oxford, Cambridge (England)"  See More

"Cambridge (England) and Oxford are both only a 1h train ride from London (from King's Cross station and Paddington Station respectively)."  See More

"That being said, some of the nearby towns that I've visited and enjoyed are Oxford, Hampton Court Palace, and Cambridge (England)."  See More

"In terms of places to go that aren't too far from London, perhaps Oxford, Cambridge (England), Bath or maybe Portsmouth."  See More

"There's a couple of routes that spring initially to mind - the Oxford Canal which runs from Oxford north past Banbury is pretty scenic, and passes through a few villages with good pubs too (eg Cropredy)."  See More

"Oxford, Bath, Hampton Court Palace Hotel."  See More

"Or visit the beautiful university towns of Oxford or go punting in Cambridge (England) or down to Portsmouth for a full day in Portsmouth Historical Dockyard."  See More

"Oxford for its college architecture or Hastings (England) for quintessential seaside fun and great vintage shops."  See More

"How about Oxford and go punting on the river?"  See More

"There's a train station nearby in Hayes And Harlington (I don't know how much a taxi taxi costs from Heathrow Airport, but there are also regular buses), you can get a train from there to Oxford with no changes in about an hour and a half."  See More

"Then from there you can take the train straight to Oxford for aprox £17."  See More

"National Express Coaches will take you from Heathrow Airport to Oxford I believe: www."  See More

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