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5 trains from $38
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5 trains from $41
Fri, Sep 27
5 trains from $20
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Prices for trains, buses and flights

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Bus
Thu
Sep 19
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$18National Express
Fri
Sep 20
$41Great Western Railway
$18National Express
Sat
Sep 21
$10Great Western Railway
$18National Express
Sun
Sep 22
$25Great Western Railway
$14National Express
Mon
Sep 23
$20Great Western Railway
$14National Express
Tue
Sep 24
$20Great Western Railway
$14National Express
Wed
Sep 25
$16Great Western Railway
$14National Express
Thu
Sep 26
$16Great Western Railway
$14National Express
Fri
Sep 27
$20Great Western Railway
$14National Express
Sat
Sep 28
$7Great Western Railway
$14National Express
Sun
Sep 29
$7Chiltern Railways
$14National Express
Mon
Sep 30
$16Great Western Railway
$14National Express
Tue
Oct 1
$16Great Western Railway
$8National Express
Wed
Oct 2
$16Great Western Railway
$8National Express
Thu
Oct 3
$16Great Western Railway
$8National Express
Fri
Oct 4
$16Great Western Railway
$8National Express
Sat
Oct 5
$7Great Western Railway
$8National Express
Sun
Oct 6
$10Great Western Railway
$8National Express
Mon
Oct 7
$14Great Western Railway
$8National Express
Tue
Oct 8
$14Great Western Railway
$8National Express
Wed
Oct 9
$14Great Western Railway
$8National Express

How to Travel from London to Oxford

London to Oxford is a very popular route with travelers in the United Kingdom, with a number of transport options available throughout the day. Since Oxford is only about 100 km away there are no direct flights from London to Oxford. As such, making this journey by plane is usually inconvenient. However, travelers from London to Oxford can take the train or choose between two bus operators when making the journey. Both the railway and bus stations are only a short distance apart from each other in Oxford's town center.

Trains from London to Oxford | Buses from London to Oxford | Return trips from Oxford to London

London to Oxford Travel Comparison

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Cheapest Time to Book

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€24

1:40 h

1 Day Ahead

trains

€21

0:56 h

1 Month Ahead



What is the best way to travel from London to Oxford?

Cheapest way to travel from London to Oxford


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Taking a train is the cheapest way to travel from London to Oxford when you plan ahead of time. Trains traveling from London to Oxford depart from either London's Marylebone or Paddington train station and take just under an hour to arrive at Oxford's train station. Approximately 10 trains travel from London to Oxford per day, with the earliest departing London at 9:21 a.m. Train companies that travel from London to Oxford include First Great Western, CrossCountry, and Chiltern Railways.


Fastest way to travel from London to Oxford


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Taking the train is the fastest way to travel from London to Oxford. Taking the train is usually between 30-40 minutes faster than traveling from London to Oxford by bus. Most trains traveling from London to Oxford are direct while some involve a transfer at Reading. Buses traveling from London can take up to 4 hours to arrive in Oxford. All buses that travel from London to Oxford are operated by National Express with over 70 buses departing per day.


Most popular way to travel from London to Oxford


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Taking the train is the most popular way to travel from London to Oxford. Taking the train is at least 40 minutes faster than traveling from London to Oxford by bus. Trains are also €3 cheaper than buses on average. While buses are cheaper when booked at the last minute, trains become significantly less expensive. London and Oxford are located too close together to make flying between these English cities an option.


Attractions in Oxford

Known as the "City of Dreaming Spires," Oxford is home the oldest university in the English-speaking world. Some of Oxford's other attractions include Christ Church Cathedral, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford University Museum and Oxford's Botanic Gardens.

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