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Very good

Loved visiting all three places, that is Windsor, Stonehenge and Oxford. One thing is there wasn't quite enough time at Windsor Castle. Could have spent a whole day there. Our guide Toby James was knowledgeable and entertaining. Bus driver Colin kept our bus nice and cool. I highly recommend this tour.


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excelente
Lovely Day

The weather was lovely and traffic was a bit bad, however there were still enough time to make stops, take pictures, and enjoy the sights. It was a lovely time. If you want to do museums and other attractions you would need more than one day trip to get into those attractions.


★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ 4-Excelente
Good tour

A great tour of the places I wanted to see and in my case come back to. Our guide Kingsley was very good, also in telling you all the extras you want to know i.e. where the expression its raining cats and dogs comes from etc. The schedule of the tour could by my standards be a little better distributed. I would have liked more time at The Cotswolds part which I feel we flew through more or less. An eloge to our driver Koly. Safe driving - we felt we were in good hands the whole trip and I also observed sitting close by how well he adapted his smooth driving to the traffic around us.


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excelente
All in all a very good adventure.

Fantastic tour.... we were picked up at our hotel and whisked to the Victoria Coach Station. Everything was just great. Stratford upon Avon was more touresty than we would have liked, but seeing Shakespeare's birth place was awesome. The tour of Oxford was very informative. Warwick Castle was enchanting and very informative.


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excelente
Great Day Trip

Stonehenge especially admired me! Tour was nice and informative!


★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excelente
Great , a lot of walking though

We had a great time, but if you have some difficulties to walk fast for long distances it will be a problem. During the walk through Oxford I just gave up. It should be clear in the trip advert.


Oxford Tour From London

Whether you are interested in the gastronomy of the classic English pubs, or the rich history of famous University College buildings. There’s one place that will satisfy your need to see all of this and more! In just as little as one hour from the capital, you can enjoy the perfect Oxford excursion from London and experience all of the top sights and attractions. The Downton Abbey and Harry Potter filming locations are only a few of the must-sees while in the British town of Oxford. 

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Explore the medieval City of the Dreaming Spires!

Cambridge University has been a rival to Oxford University for many centuries already. For most of British History, they were the only universities, making the rivalry even stronger. Visit the two oldest universities in England with the Oxford and Cambridge tour from London and take your pick! The London to Oxford distance is not one to complain about, so why not hit up another town along the way; Cambridge is the perfect addition to your trip. If you want to stretch your legs and burn some calories while sightseeing, visit Oxford on foot! The city is the ideal size for pedestrians. A walking tour of Oxford is the best way to get around. Enjoy a guided tour of the city center as you learn all about its main attractions!

Oxford Day Trip From London: Highlights

#Oxford Trip Best Snaps!

Oxford Tour From London: Visitor Tips

Quick Facts



Known For

University Town

Attraction Type

Day Tour From London

Yearly Visitors

7 Million +

High Season

July - August

Currency Required

British Pound

Time Zone

GMT +1:00

Oxford Day Trip From London: Highlights

  • Step back in time at Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and home of Marlborough’s Duke. 
  • Explore more of the English countryside! Visit the rolling hills and quaint village areas with an Oxford and Cotswolds tour from London.
  • Discover the most important colleges of the Universities, Christ Church, Trinity, and Corpus Christi. Learn their history with the knowledgeable guides of an Oxford University tour from London.
  • Savor British delicacies! In the Covered Market, you will find fresh local products and baked goods. 
  • Relax and admire the beautiful views of the Botanical Gardens as you sail along the Cherwell river
  • It wouldn’t be the perfect historical day trip if you don’t visit the Stonehenge Neolithic monument. Follow in the footsteps of Oxford’s students and discover the mysterious rock formation with Stonehenge and Oxford tours from London. All in one day!

#Oxford Trip Best Snaps!

Finding a good viewpoint of any city is a great way to gain a sense of its layout. Besides, it’s the perfect opportunity to capture some great landscape photos! Some of the best Oxford vantage points are down below. 

  • Get a high angle snap of the All Souls College from the University Church of St. Mary the Virgin’s Tower.
  • Record a video as the sun sets over the horizon from the top of St. Martin’s Tower
  • Photograph the city skyline from the tower of the oldest building in Oxford, St. Michael Northgate. 

Got a winner? Choose the best snap from your Oxford visit from London, post it on your IG, and tag #dotravelgram for a chance to be featured!

Oxford Tour From London: Visitor Tips

  • Colleges Entrance - To visit some of the buildings, you must pay a small fee. Each college of Oxford University is independently governed and has its own schedule and policies. This means that they reserve the right to choose when to admit tourists.
  • The Divinity School and Christ Church college were both used as Harry Potter filming locations! Feel like you’re in the movie set on a Harry Potter Oxford tour from London.
  • Festivals & Exhibitions - From plays and concerts to lectures, there is almost always a local activity happening in Oxford England. Many of those activities are linked to the university, which makes them free or low-cost. Taking part in festivals and events is the perfect way to enhance an Oxford day trip. During the summer, you can enjoy outdoor performances of Shakespeare plays. 
  • If you need a break from walking around the museums and university buildings, Oxford has numerous green spaces and gardens to explore. The University Park covers 70-acres and is a great place to stretch your legs or take a rest. You can even watch a cricket game!
  • Wear comfortable shoes! The city is relatively small, which means that it’s easy to reach all the main sights on foot. Remember that when walking through an old town, you have to watch out for the uneven and cobbled streets. 


Is Oxford a day trip from London?

Yes! Oxford is in the south-east of England about 95 km from London, which makes it easily reachable from the capital. On top of that, the town is quite small and can be explored on foot. All the famous landmarks are within walking distance of each other. 

Visiting Oxford from London makes for the perfect day trip

What is the best way to get to Oxford from London?

You have a variety of options on how to get to Oxford from London: car, bus, train or even a private transfer from London. 

Coach trips to Oxford from London usually take more time than trains but are an excellent option if you don’t want to drive. A day trip to Oxford from London includes transportation to and from London and an expert guide.

Also, many tour prices include entrance to top attractions. It’s safe to say that the best way to visit Oxford is with a guided tour. 

How long does it take to get from London to Oxford?

The travel time will vary depending on the mode of transportation you choose: 

  • Train from London to Oxford: Expect a 1-hour train journey from Paddington Station to Oxford Station. 
  • London to Oxford bus: Catch the Oxford Tube in London Victoria Coach Station and reach the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’ in approximately 2 hours
  • Car: The M4, M25, M40, and A highways, all take you to Oxford in roughly 1.5 hours

What can you do in Oxford for a day?

Plenty! Explore one of the oldest universities in England with stunning architecture or visit the archaeological collection in the Pitt Rivers Museum. There are countless things to do in the marvelous British city. 

Here are more gems to discover in Oxford:

  • Uncover the Legal Deposit material for scientific research in the Radcliffe Science Library.
  • Explore the neo-gothic buildings that were used as the Gryffindor school. The Harry Potter studio tour takes you inside the Divinity School and many other filming locations. 
  • Walk under the Bridge of Sighs, which connects the Hertford College and the New College Lane.

The best Oxford tour from London grants a visit to the main attractions, Oxford’s hidden gems, and offbeat destinations.

Is Oxford England worth visiting?

Definitely! Oxford is a beautiful city full of English history. The prestigious University of Oxford, was established in the 12th century, and it is still running, how crazy is that! 

The medieval architecture with Saxon designs, the cobblestone lanes, elegant domes, and castles all consolidate ‘The City of Dreaming Spires’ to be one of the most architecturally impressive cities in Europe.

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