OXFORD TOUR – Sights & Shopping
The City of Dreaming Spires. - £35
Tour starts: 10:00 am
Tour ends: 07:00 pm
Pick up point: Vodafone in front of Platform 9 - Paddington train station.
Ticket price: £35.00
Come and join us on our AMAZING Lil Adventure to Oxford. This beautiful location is a true favourite for the TV and film industry including Inspector Morse, James Bond and Harry Potter. Discover the historic city and see the sights that have inspired some of history’s greatest minds.
YOUR TICKET INCLUDES...
* Luxury Coach Transportation
* LIL' Snack Pack
* Interactive walking Tours
* Full Things to do Destination Guide
* 1x FREE Lost in London Golden ticket (Valid for entry at a huge network of top London nightclubs)
10:00 – Meet the group at Vodafone in front of Platform 9 - Paddington train station.
12:00 – Arrive in Oxford for a walking tour of the city.
13:30 – Free time to shop, see sights and explore. (don’t forget to use your 'Things to do' guide!)
17:00 – Meet your leader for the return trip to London.
19:00 – Arrive back at London Paddington.
Any problems you can contact the trip leader Richard on the emergency phone (07432800520).
Big adventures @ Lil’ Prices – All this for Just £35
Life is full of Lil’ Adventures. Where will your next one take you?
IMAGES OF OXFORD:
Bridge of Sighs:
The bridge was built in 1913 and is named after the famous Venice Bridge. Officially named as Hertford Bridge, it is now popularly known as the Bridge of Sighs because of it's resemblance to Ponte dei Sospiri.
Christ Church College:
Christ Church is one of the largest constituent colleges of the University of Oxford. As well as being a college, Christ Church is also the cathedral church of the diocese of Oxford. This college has produced thirteen British prime ministers, which is equal to the number produced by all 45 other Oxford colleges put together and more than any Cambridge college.
The Camera was built by James Gibbs between 1737 and 1749 with money bequeathed by John Radcliffe (1650-1714), the famous physician, and was designed to house a library endowed by Radcliffe, now containing two reading rooms, mainly used by undergraduates. Beneath the lawn to the north is an underground book-store, built in 1912, connected with the Camera, and, by a subway, with the Old Library.