Oxford. An international city on an intimate scale and home to over 32,000 students.
Renowned throughout the world as a centre of learning, the University buildings are not to be missed. Take a stroll through the gardens where you’ll see the inspiration for Harry Potter’s Great Hall at Christ Church, visit the Bodleian Library and admire the Radcliffe Camera. No matter what part of the university you visit you will be surrounded by a wealth of beauty, history and knowledge.
There are some seriously great places to shop, whether you’re a fan of Farmer’s markets, antiques or luxury goods, Oxford has it covered. Take a trip to Bicester Village where you’ll find top designer brand at bargain prices then head to the farmer’s market in Gloucester Green to pick up your Oxford Blue Cheese.
Oxford’s a great place to go out in to. Discover the best of Oxford’s nightlife: hidden down narrow alleyways, in cobbled back streets and behind medieval city walls. It’s here that you’ll find quirky pubs, bars and cafés like the Turf Tavern – one of Oxford’s worst kept secrets.
A medieval city with a modern buzz, what’s not to like?
Modern apartments in the heart of the student community