Oxford Travel Guide -Attractions
Oxford is a city situated in the south east side of the England. This city is very much famous by the Medival University. It has population of about 165, 00. There are two main rivers named as Cherwell and Thames runs through the city. Oxford University is the oldest university in the English speaking world. Oxford is one of the most attractive cities and visited in the city. If you are planning to visit there from any destination then you have better opportunity of travelling by the Trainline. This city was established in the 9th century. Now it is cosmopolitan city with the Anciant University and also serves as the home for the hi-tech community. It is also a hub for the many businesses. You can also find there science and business parks.
There are many historic buildings, colleges, museums and shopping places. If you are visiting there then you will find many Restaurants, Top Class Hotels and Self Catering Accommodations. Some parks and nature walks
Rock edge nature reserve
Other attractions in the city are Ashmolean museum, oxford botanic garden, museum of the history of science etc. these were some main attractions which people really wants to visit when they came to oxford.
As there are many transport options to reach there like by rail, by bus, by air and Ferries. By air the city is served by the London oxford airport. Flights running from there are seasonal to the Geneva, Rome and jersey. By bus it is served by the oxford operators named as Thames travel or Essex etc. besides these the most frequent way to reach there is the train. Trainline, cross country and many other train operators are is providing its best services in all over the UK. The city oxford is well connected by the all the major train operators in the country. You can also book your Train Tickets online to get discount and many other services. You can also save on advance booking so book your tickets now. You can also use ferry if you want to spend more time with your friends. You can book your Calais to Dover Ferry tickets online and after reaching Dover you can travel by trains to Oxford.