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  • 1. Buses

    Oxford Tube and Oxford Espress are two bus companies that offer frequent connections between Oxford and London-Victoria. It is a very convenient way to travel between the two cities. Oxford Tube runs...

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  • 2. Trains

    There is no direct trian from Heathrow to Oxford, so rather than take a coach to Reading then change onto a train, why not just take the "airline" coach all the way to Oxford - it runs every 30 mins...

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  • 3. Cycling

    hmm very interesting town and you can see lots of bicycle around, many people ride there own bicycle to go shopping, to go to school and etc..its amazing,,wonderful idea, its a good exercise though,...

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  • 4. Traffic

    Whichever means of transport you choose to get around Oxford, it can be a nuisance. Going by car is by far the worst option as there is hardly any affordable parking in the centre (and similarly...

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  • 5. Park & ride

    If you visit Oxford and you're not staying overnight, by far the best option is to use the park & ride system. Oxford has a particularly good one, with huge car...

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  • 6. Park and Ride

    Parking in central Oxford is horrible and very expensive - and the city is just about to extend the period during which you have to pay in the centre. So the...

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  • 7. Parking in Oxford

    All advice about parking in Oxford is to use the Park and Ride schemes. In reality, if you choose the right time and depending whereabouts in Oxford you want to...

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  • 8. how to go there

    You can visit Oxford from London by train or bus in 75 minutes. The Oxford Express runs all day to the city of London or to airports like Heathrow or Gatwick....

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  • 9. Avoiding walking in Oxford

    For those with walking difficulties, Oxford can be an intimidating city. Wheelchairs will find difficulty in visiting many of the colleges and other major...

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  • 10. Don't you know

    You can find every single street in the UK at http://maps.google.co.uk/ For example, type "cornmarket street, oxford, uk" and click the "Search" button. Am I a...

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  • 11. Row your boat

    Under the Magdalen bridge, righ next to the Magdalen College, you will find the Magdalen Bridge Boathouse. I'm telling you... some imaginative Australians have...

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  • 12. Standing on your own two feet.

    For the fit and healthy, the best way to see all of Oxford's sights is by foot. Many of the streets in the heart of the city are pedestrian-only, and all of the...

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  • 13. From London

    There are direct bus connections to Oxford from all the London airports. The Oxford tube, pictured, is a cheap and frequent bus service running between Oxford...

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  • 14. Oxford is a car-hostile city!

    Don't drive if you can avoid it! Parking is very expensive (even in the satellite Park and Ride carparks once you've paid for the bus ride into town) and most...

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  • 15. By CAR, BUS or TRAIN...

    Oxford, being centrally located, is easy to reach by all forms of transportation. London is just an hour away by RAIL.... and a little longer if you decide to...

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  • 16. To Oxford from London: Coach...

    To Oxford from London: Coach or Train is probably the best way, coach being the cheapest, but train easiest.From Oxford to surrounding towns and villages:...

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  • 17. Take the coach from London - 6...

    Take the coach from London - 6 pounds. Once you're there you can learn the bus system really easily. All of them go into the downtown area if you're north....

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  • 18. Jetlink operates the daily...

    Jetlink operates the daily services 757, linking Oxford and Stansted Airport, and 767, linking Oxford and Luton Airport.Tel: 08705 747 777 (08.00-20.00, 7 days...

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  • 19. Oxford railway station is...

    Oxford railway station is located on the western edge of the city centre, about 10 minutes walk from Carfax (the cental point in the city). The station is...

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  • 20. X90 The Oxford Express: 24...

    X90 The Oxford Express: 24 hour express coaches linking central London (Victoria) with Oxford (Gloucester Green), running every 20 minutes during the daytime....

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  • 21. Oxford is connected to London,...

    Oxford is connected to London, the M25 and the Midlands by the M40 motorway. Junctions 8 and 9 link directly to the city. The Oxford ring road provides direct...

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