If you’re a culture vulture visiting you could check out historical Oxford attractions such as Britain's greatest palace - Blenheim Palace, Christ Church college or the Ashmolean Museum. For those with money burning a hole in their pockets, Bicester is an absolute must for some bargains. You’ll also find lovely trails for country walks, cycling, or sailing and can even fit in a spot of punting proving that there are activities to suit everyone and every kind of budget.
If you are looking for that relaxing break, Oxfordshire has all the ingredients needed. Idyllic villages offer beautiful scenery where you’ll find some of the counties finest hotels with state of the art gyms, spa and golfing facilities.
For film buffs, you can see all the famous TV and film locations in the county and follow in the footsteps of Harry Potter. Within the town, Aside from the beautiful buildings of Oxford University, there are many other buildings worth visiting. These include Carfax Tower, University Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Martyrs' Memorial, Saxon Tower of St Michael at the North Gate, Bodleian Library, Clarendon Building, the Sheldonian Theatre, Blackwell's Bookstore, Botanic Gardens, Hertford Bridge, and Oxford Castle Quarter.
Between all the restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, farmers' markets, juice bars, milkshake joints and food trucks in Oxford, no matter what you’re in the mood for, you’ll be able to find something amazing to eat or drink. With all these, and so many more activities and tourist attractions in Oxford and surrounding areas to be explored you will be spoilt for choice.