If you like to take a tour around Oxford, hop on Oxford Sightseeing Bus.
First journey starts at 9:30 and runs for 2 or 3 hours around the city.
Adult ticket: BP9.
You can get off at anytime you want, then catch another Oxford Sightseeing bus. But be aware when the last bus operates, so you can catch it.
Live English tour guide available on each bus and multi-lingual tour guide are provided in headphones in Japanese, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish and other main languages.
You can catch this bus at Carfax Tower close to Green Gloucester station and next to Cormwall St.
The fastest and cheapest way to get to Oxford from London is take the bus; either Megabus or Oxford Tube.
Return ticket: BP10 + booking fees (0.50p).
Group booking receive discounts on booking fees.
For megabus, you must book online. Cash is not acceptable. Visit their above link for more information on timetable.
Oxford Tube departs to London every 10 minutes. You can buy your ticket on bus but it would a bit more expensive: BP12+.
Both buses depart from Victoria coach station in London and arrive at Green Gloucester station in Oxford.
The bus trip takes around 1-2 hours.
Stagecoach in Oxfordshire also operate the Oxford Tube, log-on to the dedicated Oxford Tube website for more information and to buy on-line.
Our fleet of buses operates throughout the area and represents one of the most convenient and best value for money means of travelling around the region. Whether for shopping, commuting or catching up with friends, there's a Stagecoach bus going your way, so why not leave your car at home and take the Stagecoach bus.
Stagecoach is one of the largest bus operators in the UK and is playing a leading role in driving passenger growth on public transport across the country.
Stagecoach in Oxfordshire carries over 13 million passengers a year and operates over 10 million miles. With over 400 employees and a fleet size of nearly 180, the company is one of the largest operators in the county.
Operating in the University City of Oxford and the surrounding market towns, bus usage has been seen to continually grow, with more and more people opting to take the bus rather than the car. This growth has been achieved through continued investment in new vehicles and improved timetables, working in local partnerships (such as with Oxford Brookes University to provide Brookesbus), the introduction of new products & services, and through a number of other improvements to existing routes.
Stagecoach in Oxfordshire also runs the high frequency super luxury coach service between Oxford and London – The Oxford Tube. This award winning route recently had it’s fleet of coaches replaced with state of the art low floor luxury super coaches, so that we can continually offer more comfort, more value & more space to our customers. Why not log on to the dedicated website of Oxford Tube for more information and to buy on-line.
Whilst the student bars and house/dorm parties are incredibly fun ... I think most people will agree that clubbing in Oxford leaves a lot to be desired. Luckily for everyone London is only a ninety minute bus ride away with more good nightlife than imaginable. The Oxford Tube is a nice big bus that operates at least once an hour all day and night. I've spent countless sunrises in these buses on my way back to Oxford sobering up. The bus ends/starts out from Victoria Coach Station in London and also picks up in Marble Arch, Notting Hill, Sheperds Bush, and Hendon. In Oxford the picks up/drops off in a number off places and ends/starts from Gloucester Green. The price is much cheaper than taking the train.
Oxford Tube is an excellent way of reaching Oxford, and can be economical as well if you put some thought into planning. And – further on the positive side – you will not have parking hassles.
A day return without student discounts is 12 Pounds, with discounts it is 9. If your outward journey starts later than 3 pm you will pay as little as 7 Pounds. In London, the buses depart from Victoria Bus Station, and also stops at Marble Arch, Nottingham Hill Gate, and Shepherd’s Bush.
Son varias las compañías de autobuses que realizan servicio desde Londres a Oxford. Desde Victoria Coach Station suelen salir la mayoría de ellos. Hay autobuses cada 15 minutos y el precio suele variar según la compañía que cogas.
The X90 runs throughout the day (in fact 24hour service) give a cheaper alternative to the train for travel to/from London.
It has good pick-up and drop-off points in London (Victoria Coach Station, Victoria train station, Marble Arch, Baker Street, Hillingdon) and in Oxford (Gloucester Green, High Street, St Clements, Headington shops, Thornhill park & ride).
Obviously, the journey time depends on traffic. Rush hour can be a little slow (mornings London-Oxford, evenings vice-versa). Also if going to Oxford in the early evening head for Victoria (as the bus can be full at Gloucester Place (Baker Street tube)).
Another regular 24 hour coach service to/from London. This service offers slightly different stops to the Oxford Espress, as well as slightly bigger buses.
London stops: Hillingdon, Shepherd's Bush, Notting Hill Gate, Marble Arch and Victoria.
Oxford stops incl.: Gloucester Green, High Street, St.Clement's, Headington Shops and Sandhills.
If you're coming from London, there's a bus that runs every half an hour or so from Vic Station. It's a quick, enjoyable ride with nice views of West London and Oxfordshire on your way into Oxford. Sit on the top of the double-decker, read your copy of the Times or a footy mag that you picked up at Victoria Station, and enjoy the ride.
The Oxford Express runs 24 hour service between Ox & London & the airports...
Oxford to Heathrow Airport (every 30 minutes daytimes)
Oxford to Gatwick Airport (every hour daytimes)
Oxford to central London (every 15 - 20 minutes daytimes)
I'm pretty sure that London to Ox is the same.
The Oxford Bus Company operates three networks within and around the city.
Fares: one-day zone passes as well as week/two week/month zone passes available. London/airport service tickets vary. Check website for prices and timetables.
The Oxford Tube: The Oxford to London service runs 24 hours a day. Coaches run every 10 minutes at busy times and every 15-20 minutes throughout the rest of the day. There is at least an hourly service during the night. London stops include Victoria, Marble Arch, Notting Hill Gate and Shepherd's Bush/Kensington Hilton.
Stagecoach Oxford also operates other key services in the region including the X50 Oxford to Stratford-upon-Avon route.
Contact Stagecoach Oxford. Tel:01865 772250 for 24-hour travel information.