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Travel to Oxford

Located on the banks of Thames, at about 50 miles to the west of the capital city of London in the United Kingdom, in its own county of Oxfordshire, Oxford is the oldest university city in the world. If you are planning to travel to Oxford, be prepared for an enriching experience through the famous English academic establishment - a retreat of tradition and knowledge.

The illustrious "Dreaming Spires" dominating the busy modern town of Oxford in their Gothic splendor, allude to the medieval churches and colleges. Intricate architectural masterpieces juxtaposed with a vibrant modern life filled by students, professors and scholars, and also a few technology driven crowd and industry, make Oxford tours a pleasant travel experience for anyone whatsoever.

Oxford tourist attractions:
On a vacation when you travel to Oxford, you will have on hand a large number of colleges, museums and libraries to visit to. The tourist places at Oxford are best explored as you walk down the lanes and bylanes of the old city of the erudite and the scholarly. Some of the must visits during your travel to Oxford are as follows:

  • Oxford University Museum of Natural History
  • The Pitt Rivers Museum
  • The Museum of Oxford
  • Modern Art Oxford
  • Christ Church Picture Gallery
  • Bodleian Library

    Oxford hotels
    You will have at your disposal a number of accommodation options on your travel to Oxford. The luxury hotels here offer quality services, including delicious cuisines, well appointed rooms, conference facilities and a whole lot of other services like, like round the clock room service, laundry service, Wi-Fi connection, mini bar, etc. If you are traveling on a low budget you can choose to put up at one of the nice and clean budget hotels which provide all the basic facilities.

    Reaching Oxford
    The private airport of Oxford at Kidlington is mainly for charter and private aircraft; while the nearest of the Oxford airports that provide commercial services, is London Heathrow, followed by Gatwick. The Birmingham Airport is definitely the closest to Oxford as far as public transport travel time is concerned. A good network of railways and roadways connect the city of Oxford to the important cities of the country.