The city of dreaming spires, home to one of the most famous universities in the world, is a delight to explore. Walk in the footsteps of some of the greatest authors and intellectuals when you visit Oxford University‘s many colleges, including Christ Church’s Hall, used as a location in the Harry Potter films.

There are certainly no shortage of good-quality museums in Oxford, such as the Ashmolean and Pitt Rivers, but if you get tired of hiking around, admiring old buildings and artefacts, you can always take a delightful punt down the River Cherwell.

Top five roast dinners
What better way to round off your weekend than with a good quality Sunday roast? Here’s our guide to the finding the best dinners on offer. more >
8th October 2017
Fun things to do in Oxford
This great university city is bulging at the seams with history, having been home to some of the greatest minds – and many of the most powerful people – in the world. more >
10th July 2017
The best comedy clubs on the GWR network
Laughs galore with our guide to the top venues for catching live stand-up. more >
8th June 2017
Oxford city guide
Explore the colleges and museums in one of Britain’s most beautiful city centres, once home to bands Foals, Radiohead, and setting for the Harry Potter films. more >
8th June 2017
Oxford’s best picnic spots
Escape to Oxford to enjoy the best al fresco dining areas the city has to offer. more >
7th June 2017