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Oxford Backpackers Hostel is ideally located near the centre of town between the train and bus stations.... More...
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Oxford, nicknamed the “City of Spires”, is one of the most beautiful cities to visit in UK. Full of history, amazing buildings, parks and streets to explore. Hostels in Oxford are cheap, central and perfect to meet other travelers to explore with. You will leave your heart in the city and take amazing memories, adventures and pictures with you. Not before visiting one of the amazing and cheap pubs, often filled with local artists playing live.
In terms of your Oxford hostel options, expect a mix between budget, comfort and the homely feeling we all love when travelling: hostels in Oxford are a stone’s throw away from the main train station in the city centre, which means you can literally jump off the train, leave your backpack and start exploring all the “spires of the city”.
Oxford youth hostels are in the vibrant city centre so you just have to make up your mind on what you want to do: pub, museum or wandering around?! If you stay in one of the hostels in Oxford you will find modern facilities, amazing common areas with pools and bars to meet other travelers and a relaxed, friendly atmosphere to make your stay memorable.
The city is known worldwide as the home of the University of Oxford, but it would be a mistake to think it is only that. The best way to explore is to join a walking tour, ask at your hostel reception and they will definitely be able to help! Make sure to not miss the incredible Pitt Rivers museum, famous for its collection of shrunken heads and Eskimo outfits, the Museum of Oxford for an immersion into the history of the city, the Oxford Covered Market. Make sure you take lots of pictures at the Radcliffe Square for your Instagram feed!
If you are coming from outside the UK, London’s airports Heathrow and Gatwick have direct buses to Oxford. The city is served by buses coming from/to all the other major UK cities or there is the train which will leave you in the centre and a max 10 min walk to all the hostels in Oxford. You can use A34, A40, A44 or A420 if you travel by car. The city is quite easy to walk around but the public transport is very efficient for a city of this size.
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