Oxford

Oxford is the most famous university city of England. The city as a widely known reputation, that’s one of the reasons why many people come to study English here. There are 150.000 inhabitants and many shops so you don’t have to be bored during the day. There are also many pubs and nightclubs, as it is a university city. If you are a more relaxing or cultural person, you can visit one of the many places of cultural interest.

How to get there

If you come to oxford you will probably fly to London Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted or Luton Airport. We offer a pickup service from those airports. A driver will wait for you at the airport and will bring you to oxford.

You can also travel by yourself. If you arrive at London Heathrow Airport you have to catch “The Airline” Bus. The bus departs every 30 minutes from London Heathrow Central Bus Station, between 06:30 - 24:00. It leaves every 30 minutes as well from terminal 4 from 06:10 until 23.10. The trip will take about 1,5 - 2 hours and costs about £17 for a single ticket and £20 for an open return ticket. Please visit http://www.oxfordbus.co.uk for more detailed information.

If you travel from London Gatwick Airport to Oxford you have to take 'The Airline' Bus. The bus leaves every hour from the South or North terminal from 04:00 - 24:00. The trip will last 2 - 2,5 hour. A single way ticket will cost you £21, an open return ticket will cost you £28. Please visit http://www.oxfordbus.co.uk for more detailed information.

If you arrive at London Stansted Airport you have to catch the National Express Coach which leavers from Stansted Airport every 20 - 30 minutes. It will take 4 hours, including the 40 minute wait in London. A single ticket will cost you £23 and a return ticket will cost you £34. Please visit http://www.nationalexpress.com/ for more detailed information.

If you travel from Central London, you can travel with Oxford Express or the Oxford Tube. They leave from London Victoria Coach station every 15 minutes. The trip will take 1,5 – 2 hours. A single way ticket will cost you £12 and a return ticket £17.

You can also travel by train. Train to Oxford leave from London Paddington approximately every 30 minutes. The trip will take about 1 hour and costs £20.50. A return ticket costs £39.30. Visit http://www.raileurope.com/ for more detailed information.

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