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Oxford and Surrounding Area

Famous the world over for its University and place in history, Oxford has been the home of royalty and scholars for well over 800 years. Known as ‘The City of Dreaming Spires’, it is now a bustling cosmopolitan town that’s history is entwined throughout its buildings, architecture, and spirit. Whether you’re looking to visit one of the many historic buildings, colleges or museums, go out for a drink or meal, see a show, or shop till you drop, there is plenty to do for both tourists and residents. 

You will be forgiven for thinking Oxford is just about its highly successful university or for the elitists, however, there is plenty to appreciate when staying or residing here. From exploring the iconic Bodleian Library and Carfax Tower to the historic Covered Market and boutique shops, there’s something here for everyone. Oxford’s wide streets, intricate network of small lanes lined with noble buildings, and places to enjoy the arts and entertainment, make it the ideal location for a staycation or vacation. But that’s not all, with easy access via train lines and motorways to major cities like London, it’s the perfect place to stay on a business trip. 

Oxford is a truly remarkable city that’s become one of the UK’s major tourism centres and plays host to over 9 million visitors each year. While it’s known most for its university, it’s also a major player in the UK automotive industry, with many automotive businesses located within the city and just off the Oxford ring road. So if you’re here for business you’re sure to have an easy commute no matter where your offices are based. 

If you’re here for a long vacation, be sure to view Oxford from the top of the Carfax Tower, take a walk through the Museum of the History of Science, sniff the flowers at the Oxford Botanical Gardens, and even take a sightseeing tour of Oxford with the Oxford bus company.

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