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Visiting Oxford

Oxford is a vibrant city placed in the heart of England and easily accessible from all over the world. Regular train and coach services to central London, as well as Heathrow and Gatwick airports, mean a trip to Oxford is easy no matter where you are.

OXFORD VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE

15-16 Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3AS
T: 01865 686430
E: [email protected]
W: www.experienceoxfordshire.org

ACCOMMODATION

Oxford Lieder's accommodation partners are The Macdonald Randolph Hotel, Mercure Eastgate Oxford and Tower House.
For more information please see our Accommodation page.

TRAVELLING TO OXFORD

TRAINS FROM LONDON

Trains run to and from Paddington twice an hour during the day, journey time approximately 50 minutes.

Alternatively, trains now run via Oxford Parkway to London Marylebone.

National Rail

Trainline

BUSES FROM LONDON

24-hour coach services link Oxford to London as frequently as every 10 minutes, journey time approximately 75 minutes.

Oxford Tube



TRAVELLING BY CAR

There are several options for parking in Oxford; you may however wish to consider the Park and Ride service as an alternative to sometimes expensive city centre parking charges.

More Information

BLUE BADGE HOLDERS

Details of where Blue Badge users can park in Oxford can be found on the Oxfordshire County Council website.

If you have any access requirements for venues or parking, please contact the Box Office and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.