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TRAVELLING TO OXFORD

 

Oxford is situated in the South East of England with good rail, bus and road links to the major cities in the UK.

 

FROM AN AIRPORT: Oxford has good links to the three main London Airports

 

Heathrow & Gatwick - There is a regular, direct coach service between Oxford and Heathrow and Gatwick run by the Oxford Bus Company (www.oxfordbus.co.uk/main.php?page_id=23)

 

Stansted - There is a regular coach service between Stansted and Oxford, via London or High Wycombe provided by National Express (www.nationalexpress.com)

 

BY TRAIN: Oxford has good links to London and other major cities

 

First Great Western - www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk

Virgin Trains - www.virgintrains.co.uk

 

BY CAR:

 

To help with your route planning these two sites are UK based, on-line maps

www.multimap.com

www.streetmap.co.uk

 

These two sites offer route planning services:

RAC is UK based - www.rac.co.uk

 

Via Michelin is available in English, French, Spanish, Italian and German - www.viamichelin.co.uk

 

Please note that much of Oxford city centre is restricted to pedestrians only (no cars allowed) but Abingdon Road, Western Road and the area surrounding is not.

 

CAR HIRE COMPANIES

 

Auto Europe - www.auto-europe.co.uk

Hertz - www.hertz.co.uk

Europcar - www.Europcar.co.uk

Easy Car - www.easycar.com

Avis - www.avis.co.uk

Nearest Travel Links

Airport:           Heathrow Airport: 75 km

Railway:          Oxford Railway Station: 3 km

Ferry: Portsmouth Ferry Port: 138 km