Discover Car Hire in Oxford
Driving within the city centre of Oxford does get quite heavy at times and the roads are very narrow in some areas, so it can be best to pick up your vehicle from one of the downtown locations and explore the surroundings of Oxford.
One of the main reasons for visiting Oxford is for the famous Universities. Located along the River Thames, the college and university buildings are within easy walking distances from each other and definitely worth allocating a day or two to explore.
Drive in Oxford
Other than the universities other highlights of Oxford are its historic museums such as The Ashmolean Museum, which has a vast and interesting collection of antiquities from Egypt and Europe, sculptures from the Romans and Greeks such as the Zeus at Olympia, and also a fine collection of inspiring art.
Take time to drive north and visit Blenheim Palace the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. You may also want to stop by the Chastleton House in Oxfordshire and take in its breathtaking gardens surrounding this historic mansion. While driving along the roads of Oxfordshire you may stop to find an unusual figure, the giant chalk Uffington White Horse, on White Horse Hill.
|Cities (To and From)||Distance (Approx. km)||Travel Time (Approx. hr)|
|Oxford - Birmingham||124||1.5|
|Oxford - London||90||1.25|
|Oxford - Bath||113||1.5|
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