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Discover Oxford.

Oxford is a city in southern England that revolves around its prestigious 12th century university. The architecture of its 38 colleges in the medieval centre are truly magnificent, including the striking Christ Church and its majestic meadow. 

Walking tours are a must in Oxford; from exploring the university colleges to visiting the Eagle and Child pub where J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis held their Inklings writers’ group.

Oxford Map

Oxford, a city of dreaming spires layered in academic and literary significance.

Oxford is renowned for its picturesque architecture, beautifully captured in Inspector Morse, Endeavour and the Harry Potter films. Discover the friendly and lively atmosphere which pervades every nook and cranny of the pedestrianised city centre.

No visit to Oxford is complete without visiting the city’s waterways – the mighty River Thames which flows through to London, the River Cherwell and the historic Oxford Canal, now over 200 years old.

Why Visit?

Home to one of the most famous universities in the world, Oxford is a city steeped in history and alive with culture. Behind the elegant architecture of the honey-coloured college buildings lies a buzzing city with so much to offer.

Nearest Airports

London Heathrow Airport –
1 hour (69 km)

Best For

Brewery and walking tours, Blenheim Palace and Minster Mill. Soak up the culture at one of the many museums or perhaps get up close to the animals at the Cotswold Wildlife Park. Shop till you drop at Bicester Shopping Village and enjoy the many bars and restaurants in the city centre and the trendy Cowley Road.

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