It is easy to travel to Oxford, there are several ways to get here including by car, bus, train, and air. The city is easily accessible via the M40 motorway, has its own train station and is also served by a number of bus companies.
The Oxford Tube Company operates a regular bus service from London leaving every 10/15minutes from Victoria calling at Marble Arch and other stops in London. It takes about 1 and three quarter hours to reach Gloucester Green in Oxford City centre. They operate throughout the night.
From airports – the bus service “the airline” operates directly between Heathrow and Gatwick airports and Oxford. National Express operates a service between Oxford and Stanstead and Luton airports. There is a train service between Oxford and Birmingham airport.
There is a regular train service between Oxford and London Paddington that takes about an hour (except for some slower trains). Do check the Sunday service before travelling.
There is also a train service between Oxford Parkway station and Marylebone. Oxford Parkway is on the outskirts of the City located at a Park and Ride Car park. It goes via Bicester Village designer outlet shopping centre. There is also a train service from Oxford calling at Oxford Parkway to Marylebone.
Parking in Oxford is very limited and on street parking is often only for 2 hours. The best advice is to use one of the city’s 5 Park and Ride car parks where you can park all day for a small charge. At the Thornhill Park and Ride it is possible to park for up to 72 hours. There is then a very frequent bus into the City centre. There are car parks in the centre at Gloucester Green, Worcester street and Oxpens.