You’d be hard-pressed to find a UK city with as much history as Oxford. Home to the oldest museum in the world, the oldest English-language university and castles and churches that date back over 1,000 years, you could spend days and even weeks discovering the city’s heritage. But there’s a lot more to Oxford than just its incredible history. Its food scene spans cool cafés, fine-dining restaurants and lively food markets while there are few better places for a night out with bars, pubs and clubs liberally dotted around the city – find out the best place to stay with our hotels in Oxfordguide. Factor in its amazing theatres, live music venues, state-of-the-art shopping centres, world-beating museums and art galleries and you have an incredibly well-rounded city that keeps on delivering, rightly making it one of the UK’s tourist hotspots.
Things to do in Oxford
Places to eat
Oxford is one of those rare UK cities with a café culture in its bones. Throw in almost 500 restaurants and buzzing local markets and when looking for a place to eat, you’ll be spoilt for choice.