We walked around the university grounds and some of the architecture really is breathtaking. The grounds are beautiful and I imagine on a summer day stunning. Worth a look when visiting Oxford
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We were on a tight schedule and only allowed ourselves half a day here. really we should have given ourselves another day or two, especially if you are a Harry Potter fan, or just enjoy the classic architecture of this university town. Due to the...More
Stop and had a guided tour of Oxford University site. There are multiple building and lots of walking,which was well worth the time.Loved this place and a must see. The oldest university in the British isles. Saw the Redcliffe Camera and the Bodeleian Library.
The University area of Oxford consists of many Colleges, autonomous units within the University. The colleges have buildings of their own, with halls, libraries, churches, everything within the college walls. The oldest buildings are medieval and the style of newer ones has been kept the...More
We enjoyed our tour with a privateguide through the many colleges of Oxford University. The history of each is fascinating. The quads are charming, the gardens most of which boasted a lite Christmas tree were beautiful. we could not believe the many species of flowers...More
The Oxford colleges are definitely a national treasure. The architecture is world class, set in idyllic grounds. The creation of the colleges is steeped in history and is still evolving. We took the tour bus and made good use of the hop off to explore....More
Walking around Oxford is walking through history. Each college has a unique story. Try to visit as many as possible during open hours.
dive in history, culture and learning. a legendary place that fullfil our imagination with the contact with old buildings and young people.
This is an Impressive university. Scattered all over the city. It was good to see the extent of all the colleges. To be honest, I would find it hard to concentrate and to study here. Buildings are cold; courses are compressed; distractions are immense.
Where does the town begin and the University end? It steals up on you at every corner, rather like Rome and its manifold delights.