Notice: Undefined variable: ta in /home/x0bmcu1xobah/public_html/England/Oxford/index.php on line 46
England Oxford Index


Oxford Travel


Find Academics, Culture, and Brilliant Architecture in Oxford

Oxford is an internationally renowned academic sphere located to the west of London and situated on the pristine river Thames. It is the oldest University City in England and perhaps the most celebrated in the world. Traditions and culture abound in this city of exquisite architecture and elite colleges. Tour guides are essential to gaining the full experience in this town because there are so many places of exceptional historical and cultural value to visit.

Tourism is flourishing as many people flock to this town of pedestrian bridges and magnificent structures and explore the beautiful layout of the city. To begin your tour, you may want to visit the Hertford Bridge known as the Bridge of Sighs, and then make your way to the Sheldonian Theatre and the Taylorian Institute. For museums and galleries, you will find the Ashmolean Museum on Beaumont Street, and this is the oldest public museum in the city. Also, you may want to visit the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and the Pitt Rivers Museum to take in more of the breadth of knowledge and wisdom found within the city. Oxford is home to a Modern Art Gallery and a Christ Church Picture Gallery that will give you a sense of how the fine arts have affected the development of the city.


Oxford Map

View Larger Map


Sightseeing Of Oxford

In addition to the exceptional landmarks, you will find a plethora of parks with open spaces and lovely manicured gardens throughout the city. You can visit the University of Oxford Botanical Gardens and the Oxford University Parks for a surreal and relaxing experience in the city. Oxford is also home to a number of theatres and playhouses for entertainment. The Burton Taylor Theatre and the Oxford Playhouse are the most notable entertainment venues in Oxford, but you can also view a number of musicals and ballets at the New Theatre.

As for dining, you can find a number of delicacies that will satisfy any craving in Oxford. Italian, French, and British cuisines are offered at the area restaurants. There are a number of fine hotels to choose from in the area that are close to all of the city's focal points. A video guide can help you select the best place to stay and give you information on shopping and sightseeing in the area. Oxford travel is a wonderfully enjoyable experience that will leave you enamored with the culture and long standing academic history that envelops the city.