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Abundant charm Near Oxford Train Station

Great Western opened Oxford Train Station in 1844, and it sits half a mile from Oxford city centre. It also has direct rail links to Paddington and Marylebone station.

The city itself is charming and steeped in history and has lots of shops, bars and restaurants, as well as a good handful of tea rooms and ice cream parlours.

Explore the world-renowned university

The station sits close to the city's world famous university and the many esteemed colleges are open to the public and offer tours around the buildings and grounds.

The foundation date of Oxford University is unknown although teaching has occurred here since 1096. If you take a more official tour of the city, you'll explore one of the numerous sites connected to the University around Oxford.

Impeccable views from a top-class attraction

The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology is one of Oxford's top sights It's permanent collection is free to view and there's an impressive rooftop restaurant with views of the city.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Oxford Train Station? Travelodge Oxford Abingdon Road Hotel is just two miles away. Alternatively, Travelodge Oxford Peartree Hotel is just a 10-minute drive.