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Oxford, city of the 'dreaming spires', has the second oldest university in Europe (after the Sorbonne in Paris) with organised teaching that can be traced back to the 12th century. The Ashmolean Museum houses a vast collection of antiquities from numerous countries as well as many Old Master paintings and drawings.
The Bodleian Library is one of the oldest in the world, housing many rare manuscripts.
Instead, pick from these Zone 1 locations and our tailored guide to each, whether you're after an expensive dinner, a night of culture or just a fun area where anything can happen. *** 1 | Soho Nearest tubes: Tottenham Court Road / Oxford Circus Perfect for: Dinner The Palomar London's most famous playground can still be a bit bewildering if you're new to it, but many of the finest restaurants in the country – scrap that, the world – are here, meaning if you're going for dinner and want to impress, Soho is still the place to go.Ampthill is a well-preserved little town of historical interest, with many picturesque cottages and gracious Georgian houses, while Dunstable is a modern town that still retains a few ancient and Victorian buildings.The ancient city of St Albans is a fascinating place to visit, with a wealth of features dating from Roman times to the present day.If gin's your thing, try Graphic Bar on Golden Square - their martini selection is second to none and their 'Paint Tin Punches' will get your night off with a bang. Slightly off the beaten track on Rupert Street is the hottest new table in town The Palomar, where interesting, delicious food from Jerusalem is served by energetic, friendly staff who create a brilliant atmosphere – perfect for a first date you want to be fun and memorable (with no space for awkward silences). If you can't can't get a table there, you're still spoiled for choice when it comes to established restaurants of the highest quality.Copita (D'Arblay Street) is a chilled out tapas bar with great wine, Quo Vadis is a Soho institution serving British cooking at its best and Jackson Rye, Richard Caring's brilliant latest venture on Old Compton Street, brings the best of New York dining to London.