A skyline of dreaming spires, domed theatres and college gargoyles, Oxford inspires. Chain up your bike outside university colleges to peek past the porters onto quadrant lawns. The last time we counted there were 38. Pack up picnics for pauses in wonderful attractions including deer parks, meadow flood plains and exotic botanic gardens in this central-southern city. Be brave and try punting while you’re visiting for the weekend. It's the best way to see the River Isis in all its glory. After dark squeeze into side-street city pubs with rowdy students or master the arts at fringe theatres.
Places to visit in Oxford
The medieval metropolis of Oxford revolves around its prestigious university, dating all the way back in the 12th century, though there’s so much more to Oxford than meets the eye.
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Location: Great Milton, Oxfordshire