Oxfordshire Transportation

  • Shuttle bus information at Marylebone
    Shuttle bus information at Marylebone
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Oxfordshire Transportation

  • Buses

    Oxford Transportation

    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 a little more often (up to every 10 minutes!), but both will make the trip in 90 minutes provided that traffic is running smoothly. Even better: They...

  • Trains

    Oxford Transportation

    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 and the journey only takes 90 mins - see www.oxfordbus.co.uk/main.php?page_id=24 .

  • Cycling

    Oxford Transportation

    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, besides it is a nature friendly:=)

  • Traffic

    Oxford Transportation

    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 further out). Moreover, the centre cannot be traversed during the day - the only road that leads through it is reserved for buses and taxis, and even they...

  • Touring by car

    Unless you book an organised tour, it would be hard to visit this area other than by car, though a determined planner with time on their hands could make use of the network of buses, and there is a mainline route through parts of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds. On our recent visit we followed a route that took us from London on the M40 and A40,...

  • From London to Bicester & Banbury

    Trains for Bicester & Banbury are run by Chiltern Railways, on the lines between London Marylebone and Birmingham or Banbury. About three trains leave Marylebone each hour. The journey to Bicester North takes about an hour and to Banbury an hour and a half. To return to Marylebone, there are trains leaving both stations about three times each hour....

  • From London to Oxford by Train

    Trains for Oxford are run by First Great Western, on the line between London Paddington and Banbury and occasionally on the line to Hereford. Trains leave Paddington at 21 and 51 minutes past the hour during the working day (42 minutes past the hour on Sundays). The journey on a fast train takes about an hour and on a stopping train an hour and a...

  • It is Tough to Get Stopped!

    This is another view of the thatched roof house that caught our attention as we drove through Tadmarton. One of the difficulties that I found on our travels was having some space to pull over for a photo or a good look whenever we came upon something that interested us. In this case, we had driven by the house, so I pulled into a side lane a short...

  • Pedestrian and bikers attention

    Yes, Oxford is truely a students town. It almost resembles any given town in The Netherlands, as for the amount of bicycles that are standing, laying, and hanging around. The towns centre is also not that huge and distnaces can be bridged easily by bike or by foot. With this you are also not an annoyance for others (like cars are in such...

  • From London, the Oxford Tube...

    From London, the Oxford Tube (a coach - not to be mistaken for the tube train in London), leaves Victoria every 10 minutes, 24 hours a day. Return costs around £7.On foot - there is no need for anything more. Parking is very difficult and Oxford has a notoriously complicated traffic system - if in a car, best to use the Park and Ride. The...

  • The train from Paddington...

    The train from Paddington Station in London is very pleasant. Lovely scenery! There's a fast train that takes just over an hour and a train that requires you to change in Reading (also a nice ride)!Best way to see Oxford is by foot or bicycle (altho you'd better know what you are doing if you want to bike thru the busy narrow streets!). The buses...

  • From London:The Oxford Tube...

    From London:The Oxford Tube leaves from outside Victoria Station (near the tourist buses off Buckingham Palace road). It takes about 1hour and a half, and costs around £8 for a return. It takes you right into the heart of Oxford too.On foot - or if you're brave enough - on bike....watch out for buses though

  • Oxford is easy to get to by...

    Oxford is easy to get to by train, and also from London by bus.By bus the X90 leaves London regularly from Victoria Coach Station and Marble Arch, takes 1 hour and costs under 10 pounds.The easiest way to get around Oxford is by bus, for sure. They are frequent, cheap and run all over the city.Bike hire is also available, and is the stereotypical...

  • Get the Oxford Tube or...

    Get the Oxford Tube or Stagecoach X90 services from London Victoria to Gloucster Green bus station in the middle of town. The buses also stop outside Queen's College on High St. The journey takes about 1 and a half hours if there's no traffic, and costs between £6-£8.Trains run from Paddington, and take about an hour.On foot! you pretty much CAN'T...

  • If you are coming via London...

    If you are coming via London then you can get the coach to Oxford, either the Oxford tube or the X90. I would recommend the Oxford tube because it is more frequent and is a double decker coach, far more comfortable!You can also catch the train there from London Paddington which is more expensive than the coach and not much quicker.

  • there is regular bus from the...

    there is regular bus from the victoria station in London. also there is a red two-floor bus between london and Oxford, the stop is at the triangle of the Victoria square. you can take a day return ticket, it is really cheap, and when you see it drive though the narrow lane in Oxford, really interesting!walk is the best way in Oxford, but also there...

  • Oxford Tube (coach) from...

    Oxford Tube (coach) from London - they run all night (unusual for Britain) - about once every 10 minutes peak times and about once every 20-30 minutes off peak. It takes about 1-2 hours depending on traffic.Once in Oxford, you can walk most places - the buses are pretty good and there are lots of taxis.

  • From London, there is a bus...

    From London, there is a bus service called Oxford Tube that runs frequently both day and night. www.oxfordtube.comDon't try to go to the centre of Oxford by car. Parking is almost impossible. There is a Park & Ride service. Leave your car outside town and a bus takes you there and back, but the last bus back will not give you enough time to enjoy...

  • 5th October 2001 Virgin...

    5th October 2001 Virgin trains introduced a new service with brand new rolling stock from Birmingham, via Oxford, to Reading. Currently there is a train approx. every 90 minutes, but as more rolling stock becomes available it will increase to hourly.

  • There are many tours to...

    There are many tours to Oxford. For me, I took the Oxford Tube from Hyde Park Corner, pay 7 pounds and found myself among 3 other passengers( it was a Sunday morning ) in the big, spacious red double-decker. The journey took one and a half hour.Walk, walk and walk. If you are tired, stop for snacks and coffee at the numerous coffee houses....

  • Parking is frightful! Park on...

    Parking is frightful! Park on the edge of town at the Park and Ride and use the bus to get into the city center. You can see most of the main points by walking. Everything is fairly close together. Walking tours are probably still available.

  • By train or bus. There are...

    By train or bus. There are good services to Oxford from most parts of the UK Walk! There's lots of traffic restriction measures in place now and the city centre is small enough to walk around if you're reasonably fit.

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Oxfordshire Hotels

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  • Old Bank Hotel

    Single £150.00 Standard double/twin £165.00 Deluxe double/twin £205.00 Superior deluxe...

  • Best Western Wroxton House Hotel

    Wroxton Street Mary, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 6QB, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars

  • Bruern Holiday Cottages

    Red Brick House, Chipping Norton, OX7 6PY, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Couples

  • The Maytime Inn

    Asthall, Burford, OX18 4HW, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • The Crown and Thistle

    Bridge Street, Abingdon, OX14 3HS, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Hotel du Vin

    New Street, Henley-on-Thames, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Business

  • The Kings Arms Hotel and Restaurant

    19 Market Street, Oxon, Woodstock, OX20 1SU, United Kingdom

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Little Court

    Charminster, , Dorchester DT2 9PZ

  • The Tally Ho Hotel Ltd

    Ploughley Rd, Arncott, Bicester, OX25 1NY, United

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

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