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Canterbury can be easily visited on a day trip from London via one of the train stations, West Canterbury (at the top of the picture) or East Canterbury at the bottom. The journey should take 1-2 hours depending on connections, strikes, security alerts and staff 'sickness'.
The walk into the city is easy from stations and will take no more than 10 minutes.
viewing ancient Tudor timber housing - a fair amount is on or near the High Street (coloured purple, also known as St Peter's St and St George's St) running diagonally across the centre of the map.
being gently rowed or punted along the weedy little rivers.
watching an edited but still bawdy version of Chaucer's Tales.
strolling the gardens.
investigating a couple of entertaining museums, especially the Roman.
visiting Canterbury Cathedral (which is massive and could easily take a couple of hours depending on tolerance to religious artefacts).