Oxford University City, known as the City of Dreaming Spires, is one place in the UK that you must visit. Oxford is one of England’s most famous cities and is …
Welcome to Oxfordshire, known for its stunning countryside, historic architecture, and prestigious universities.
One of the most popular destinations in Oxfordshire is the city of Oxford itself.
Home to some of the world’s top universities, including Oxford University and Oxford Brookes University, this vibrant city has a rich history dating back over 800 years.
Visitors can explore its many museums and galleries or stroll through the charming streets filled with boutique shops and cafes. And keep a look out for the filming spots used in the Harry Potter films; there are dozens!
For those who love nature, there’s no shortage of beautiful landscapes in Oxfordshire.
The Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is sprawling and covers much of the county. It offers scenic walking paths through rolling hills and quaint villages such as Bourton-on-the-Water or Chipping Norton.
And a visit to the Baroque gem Blenheim palace is a must. The birthplace of Winston Churchill and the only non-royal country house in England that holds the title of a “palace”.
The delightful Vanbrugh House Hotel is tucked away in a quiet side street in the heart of Oxford’s city centre, and I had been invited to spend two nights in …