Welcome to the Oxford Tour Guide

Oxford From Carfax TowerPerhaps you are visiting the city of Oxford for the first time and you would like to plan ahead.  Our Oxford Tour Guide will show you both the well visited and lesser known highlights of this beautiful historic city, which is known worldwide for its famous University.  With eighteen specially selected points of interest around  Oxford city centre and just beyond the city walls it is possible to spend an afternoon,  a weekend or even a whole week exploring.  There is no need to travel by car as all are specially selected sites are accessible by foot or public transport if you prefer. Our clearly marked, easy to follow map will allow you to the visit the tourist attraction, monument or Oxford building  of your choice. Whether you choose our MP3 Oxford Walking Tour Guide with downloadable map or our state of the art GPS enabled mobile phone application you have the freedom and flexibility to choose your own route.

Church Of St Mary MagdalenPerhaps you know Oxford well but would like some inspiration, especially during the school holidays.  Our Oxford Tour Guide can take you away from the normal tourist routes and through its friendly, informative  audio commentary  lead you to new places, allowing you to explore at your leisure. If you choose our popular GPS enabled version you can also enjoy the convenience of an added text description. Whether visiting alone or with friends and family the Oxford Tour Guide is an affordable, easily controllable aid to discovery.  At £2.99 Oxford Tour Guide offers exceptional value and convenience over a conventional guided tour, priced well below a usually ticket price for a single person. When visiting with the family this offers a substantial cost saving.

Perhaps this year you are holidaying at home and would like to explore Oxford from the comfort of your armchair.  Why not download the  Oxford Tour Guide and hear the well researched commentary, which was recorded on location and browse our Oxford photo gallery for natural images of this  British city which attracts over nine million visitors each year.

Visiting Oxford has never been easier.

Well connected by rail services to Oxford’s  mainline railway station. A direct train from London Paddington takes around an hour and is operated by Great Western Railways or if travelling from the North, direct from Manchester and Newcastle,  from the West there is a regular service from Hereford on the borders of England and Wales , and also from Bournemouth on the South coast.

Arrive at the city in less than two hours when travelling by the direct National Express coach from London Victoria.

If travelling by road, why not take advantage of Oxford City Council’s  Park and Ride scheme? The traffic in the city centre can be avoided as buses have there own lanes. The service has car parks on five sites on the ring-road and is well signposted.  Buses leave regularly throughout the day, seven days a week but times vary depending on the car park you use. It is free to park your car at any of the sites and the charge is £2.50 for each return ticket .

Click on the Map of Oxford City Centre

Map Of Oxford City Center