One of the cheapest ways to get to Oxford (connecting in London) from most European cities including Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin is by Bus. The advantage of the bus is that there are no transfers from airports at either end which are often not factored in when buying budget airline flights. For International destinations such as Oxford to Paris, Oxford to Prague, Poland to Oxford and Oxford to Amsterdam you may be interested in looking at Eurolines who connect 41 European cities. Eurolines cheapest fare is £15 between cities with their funfare promotion. You can also buy a 15 day unlimted bus pass for Europe for as little as 175 Euros. For details download the Eurolines European Bus Pass or click on the button below to be taken to the website:
A good alternative for European inter-city travel is the train. Eurostar tickets are now available for trains from Paris to London and from Brussels to London and can be booked online. The train tends to be more expensive than bus travel but some good deals can be had if you buy a European wide train pass such as the inter-rail pass. A number of different travel passes are available, include country specific passes to purchase online, although you may need to be a resident of a European country to make the purchase. To check train times and prices click on the button below:
If you are travelling to Oxford by public transport you might be interested in renting a car while in Oxford for day trips to places such as Stonehenge or the Cotswolds. See our guide to renting a car in Oxford.
If you decide you would like to spend a little longer in Oxford to soak up the atmosphere and visit a few more attractions why not check out some of the Oxford Hotel Deals and see if anything takes your fancy?
(Sat 08th Jun, 2013)
Second largest triathlon in the UK
Blenheim Battle Proms Concert
(Sat 13th Jul, 2013)
Music event with military theme.
The Blenheim Palace Festival of Transport
(Sun 25th Aug, 2013)
This year all the vehicle shows will be held across the August Bank Holiday weekend creating the ultimate 'Festival of Transport'