Category: Food and Drink
Oxford has had quite the love affair with Coffee over the last 350 years. Whilst which Coffee Shop is the longest established in Oxford (a toss up between the Grand Café and Queen’s Lane Coffee House), the city has since boomed with a number all making a claim to offering the best Coffee in the city of dreaming spires. Naturally, it is unlikely that a visitor to Oxford will have time to visit every single one and make up their own minds. In order to help you find theRead more
Category: Food and Drink, Things To Do
Once again, the day put aside in ones calendar for that significant other is vast approaching. At this point, you’re probably floundering around for something to do. Don’t you fret Cyrano because Oxford City Guide is here with helpful hints on how to spend Valentine’s day in Oxford! We have carefully selected some of our favourite haunts in Oxford based on a variety of budgets. From this, we have created three categories that will definitelyRead more
Category: Sightseeing, Things To Do, Tourism
There are lots of Colleges to visit in Oxford. Thirty eight constituent colleges and six permanent private halls in total! Naturally, as a visitor to Oxford you will want to go in at least one of these forty three iconic buildings but choosing which ones to visit is harder than the cinnamon challenge. Well don’t fret. We at Oxford City Guide have compiled a list of the top 5 best Colleges to visit at Oxford. It will also tell you about opening times and costs to ensure your visit to the colleges goes ahead without a hitch.
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Category: Food and Drink
Oxford loves beer. There’s no doubt about that! The city has a student population of approximately 40,000 students so naturally, the pubs do rather well in Oxford! With over 200 pubs in Oxford to choose from however, picking the places best suited for your custom is no easy task. Not to worry because we have selected some of the best pubs in Oxford that you should definitely visit depending on your taste!
If histories your thing, no trip toRead more
Category: Things To Do
Nothing says Oxbridge more than the image of cruising down the river in a punt. It’s not surprising that punting in Oxford has been a favourite past time since before the 1880s. Without doubt, it’s one of the most relaxing ways to spend an afternoon in Oxford. The experience is enhanced greatly with the addition of a small picnic, containing a punnet of Strawberries and a cheeky bottle of bubbly! For the unwary however, punting in Oxford can be a bit of a debacle. The Trill Mill Stream was dredged inRead more