Need a quick exspresso to pick you up in the morning or an afernoon Capucinno? These are your cafe options in Oxford:
Cafe Loco Cafe Loco is situated opposite the gorgeous Christ Church Meadows, which is well worth a visit after sampling the tasty menu in this pleasant cafe.
Cafe Coco Good for some mediterranean food, or just a simple coffee, Cafe Coco does a decent job catering to both markets.
Georgina's Georginas is a small cafe tucked away upstairs above Brothers in the famous Covered Market. The walls and ceilings are covered with old film and band posters and if youre lucky they put the chocolate on your cappuccino in the shape of a flower. The coffees great as are the cakes.
Jericho Cafe The Jericho Cafe suits its cool location perfectly. Serves a good range of dishes at very affordable prices. The cafe has a good reputation serving restaurant quality food in a relaxed atmosphere. This is the place for the breakfast of champions!
The News Cafe The News Cafe Ship Street is an unique place with world news broadcasts and worldwide papers. Serves British food an a good selection of coffee and cakes.
The Grand Cafe The Grand Cafe has fast become a veritable hotspot for students and visitors after the regular endorsement from Chelsea Clinton the former Oxford University student and daughter of former alumni Bill Clinton. This is the perfect cafe in which to take a breather and think about how life would have been as a University student in the days of Tolkien and Roger Bannister while enjoying a pot of earl gray tea with a Danish pastry.
Blenheim Easter Egg Challenge
(Tue 22nd Apr, 2014)
Annual Easter Egg Challenge at Blenheim Palace, including face painting and family fun.
May Day Celebrations 6am
(Thu 01st May, 2014)
Spectators gather in their thousands to hear the choir of Magdalen College sing in the new May dawn from the top of their chapel tower.
Oxford Town & Gown 10K
(Sat 10th May, 2014)
Voted as one of the best road races in the UK, the Oxford Town & Gown is a fast and unique course which allows you to pace the closed streets of Oxford city centre, passing historic buildings and ending in the beautiful University parks.