By Coach

Oxford is easy to reach by coach from the following airports:

From Heathrow or Gatwick you can take a coach called ‘The Airline’ – see http://airline.oxfordbus.co.uk/ for more details.
From Heathrow or Gatwick you can take a coach called ‘The Airline’ – see http://airline.oxfordbus.co.uk/ for more details.
From Luton you can take a coach called 'National Express' - see www.nationalexpress.com for more details
From Stansted you can also take a coach called ‘Jetlink’ – see www.nationalexpress.com for more information.  Contact the office if you require further information.

Coaches From the Airports: there are express coach services to Oxford city centre.

You should get off at Gloucester Green – this is the main Oxford coach station and the terminus.

From Heathrow or Gatwick you can take a coach called ‘The Airline’ – see http://airline.oxfordbus.co.uk/ for more details.

From Stansted you can also take a coach called ‘Jetlink’ – see www.nationalexpress.com for more information.  

From Luton you can take a coach called 'National Express' - see www.nationalexpress.com for more details


Coaches From London: coaches operate frequently to Oxford city centre. 

http://x90.oxfordbus.co.uk/ - The X90 bus, leaving from Victoria Station in London.
http://www.oxfordtube.com/ - The Oxford Tube is another option to get from many of the London airports to Oxford or Central London to Oxford.

 

From the Oxford coach station (located at Gloucester Green, in the city centre): the easiest thing is to take a taxi from near the coach station – this will cost approximately £5.  There are buses that come up the Banbury Road, however, you need to go to Magdalen Street to catch one. Turn left up George Street and then left into Magdalen Street.  There are two main buses you can catch – a number 2 (from stop C1) or number S4/5 (from stop C4).  Ask for a ticket to St Margaret’s Road (for 107) or Linton Road (for 117).  Watch the streets as you come up the Banbury Road – the stop for 107 is just after you pass St Margaret’s on the left and the stop for 117 is the next one after this.  A single ticket should cost no more than £2.10.


By Train

Oxford has good links to London and other major cities by train.

http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/ - Trains to Oxford from London’s airports to Oxford
http://www.virgintrains.co.uk/ - Virgin Trains, which serves Oxford
https://www.gwr.com/ - Great Western Railway, which serves Oxford

 

From Oxford train station:  bus number 14/14A.  A taxi will cost approximately £8. See above for getting off the bus for NOOC.

 
 
 
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