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What a historical and interesting place. We loved walking around the different colleges and learning about the unique history of the schools and of the people who attended or visited there. Worth a train or bus ride from London to visit.
The University of Oxford is definitely worth visiting. We visited as part of a small tour group and we thought it was very worthwhile. It is so incredible for outsiders like us, to see such wonderful buildings, the various colleges and all that the visit...More
We walked with a local guide by the name of Jamie, who is well known in Oxford. His deep knowledge and descriptions of the various colleges and architecture were fascinating. I recommend walking with a guide for the best experience. From Brasenose to Trinity and...More
Oxford university is made up of 38 different colleges. I toured several of the colleges during my last holiday in England, and was so impressed with the grounds as well as the beauty and history of the buildings themselves. Visiting Oxford is only a 50...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our four-day Oxford visit and specifically, having the ability to walk throughout its narrow streets and byways. We were thoroughly charmed by the architectural splendor and the awe-inspiring sense of history of the university. A highlight was attending choral evensong at Christ...More
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You may want to try the Eagle and Child pub, which is few blocks north of the main university area. There is not a place to watch people walk by, but the pub is full of history, as this is the location where the Oxford... More
You may want to try the Eagle and Child pub, which is few blocks north of the main university area. There is not a place to watch people walk by, but the pub is full of history, as this is the location where the Oxford “writers club” including JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis used to meet weekly to discuss the stories they were working on.