20th Jan 2012 11:08am | By Laura Chubb
Narrow medieval alleys and a World Heritage-listed cathedral are just one side of this historical town, immortalised in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and synonymous with the Church of England’s archbishop. Follow up a historic river tour or ghost walk with lively ancient pubs and student mainstays such as industrial-chic, three-tiered club Baa Bars.
Get there: Single train tickets from £26; 1hr from London King’s Cross (southeasternrailway.co.uk)
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