Oxford

Euroventure city guide

Oxford

Euroventure city guide

Quick facts

  • Location: Oxford, South England
  • Language: English
  • Population: 161,300
  • Nearest Airport: London Heathrow
  • Nearest Train/Bus Station: Oxford Railway Station
  • Best time to visit? All year round
  • Budget level? £££
  • Best for: Architecture, Museums, Shopping, City break
 

Top Attractions

Punting

Enjoy one of Oxford’s favourite past times, punting down the River Cherwell with a small picnic or a glass of bubbly!

Christ Church Cathedral

In central Oxford you will find the 12th century cathedral of Christ Church College.

Radcliffe Square

The square is the site of some of Oxford’s most well known attractions, the Radcliffe Library and The Radcliffe Camera.

Covered Market

Support the local businesses at the Oxford covered market with their local food, crafts and drinks.

Getting There

Trains from London run frequently to Oxford and take around an hour. Trains from other major cities also run to Oxford including from Manchester, Southampton and Birmingham.

Getting Around:

On foot is the best way to explore Oxford, a lot of the city centre is pedestrianised, and walking is much nicer way to admire the stunning architecture. There are buses which run in the city centre, however these can sometimes be expensive.

Routes

A Selection of Trips and Tours that include Oxford