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If you have one day to get out of London this is it. For a good two day trip with overnight see here 3) Simply stunning old university town with 30 or so colleges, dating back to the 13th century.
Oxford may be slightly older, but with the river running through 'The Backs' and the market-town ambiance Cambridge is a better bet - not just because our editor studied there!
The palace is less than 5 minutes from Hampton Court station, which is 30 minutes from Waterloo. Website 2) - We've worked out what we think is the ultimate roadtrip.
You can take a boat trip there - takes about 3 1/2 hours. The dreaming spires of Oxford, standing stone circles at Stonehenge and Avebury, the gothic cathedral of Salisbury, beautiful thatched villages like Upavon, amazing countryside where Druids still hold ceremonies - in one day you can see them all - sadly only by car.
You certainly wouldn't want to spend time visiting both (our daytrip sees the main highlights of Oxford anyway and a host besides).
Go by river and come back by the Dockland's Light Railway (or vice versa).Not really the place to get a sense of 'Olde England' - but a better bet for shopaholics - a large jewelry sector. You can also explore the 'White Cliffs' coastline from here.The only negative thing about Brighton is that it thinks too highly of itself, and got a mention in 'The Idler guide to crap towns' for that reason. 5) - famous for the being world's largest inhabited castle, largely restored after a huge fire. If you're into castles a day trip to Warwick (easily do-able by train) might be a better bet, though, of course, it's not inhabited by the Queen.Over 60s also get reduced travel throughout Britain (not just the Southeast region) with a Senior railcard which may be a better buy for this age group.Bus services are also cheap and reliable - but are at the mercy of traffic.