Like most cities Oxford has the chains of Coffee shops such as Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Café Rouge and Coffee Republic but if you fancy trying something a bit different there are a number of interesting alternatives. The grand cafe on the high street was made famous by Chelsea Clinton who allegedly loved this upmarket establishment during her stay at Oxford University. You might also like to try Café Loco opposite Christ church which has a cosy wooden interior and is always packed. Another Oxford café that is almost an institution is the Jericho café which is normally populated by hung over students on a Sunday morning catching up on the Sunday papers while they tuck in to a full English breakfast. Alternatively, if you just want a coffee shop where you can grab a coffee and run there are also a couple of coffee booths located on Cornmarket street and next to the Westgate Shopping centre on Queens Street serving latte and cappuccino to go.
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The Blenheim Palace Festival of Transport
(Mon 28th Aug, 2017)
This year all the vehicle shows will be held across the August Bank Holiday weekend creating the ultimate 'Festival of Transport'
St Giles Fair at St Giles
(Sat 02nd Sep, 2017)
The fair comes to St Giles for two days, lots of stalls and fair ground rides.
Oxford Open Doors
(Sun 10th Sep, 2017)
Oxford opens its doors for free! Over 150 venues and events for visitors including colleges and museums.