Minibus Hire in Oxford will provide you with a comprehensive service for all your travel needs. Minibus hire and coach hire in Oxford is available throughout the year and we will also cover the whole of Oxfordshire. Oxford comes under the OX1 post code area.
OX1 Minibus has all sizes listed on this website and some of the most popular ones include the 8 seater minibus, 16 seater minibus and the 33 seater coach. Larger 72 seater double decker buses and executive coaches are also available for tours, golfing trips and long distance travel.
Oxford is a city which is based in Oxfordshire and it is regarded as a county town as well. It is located in the south of England. It is located virtually in the middle of the county of Oxford and is probably best known for its famous educational establishments with the University of Oxford being the main one. Oxford University is the oldest university in the whole of England. The population of the city is around one hundred and seventy thousand and it has a South Asian population of well over six percent and a black population of nearly three percent. The Chinese population is also similar as well as the mixed race population. The River Thames does surprisingly run through the city and so does the River Cherwell.
When it comes to the history of the city it has had an influence going as far back as the Saxons, and this can be seen through its wonderful buildings and architecture. During the Saxon times the city was known as something else with a similar pronouncement. It was also an important front for the army and has suffered in various raids.oxford minibus is just minutes away from the city centre so that we can get to you at busy times of the day
Over the years Oxford has witnessed a large rise in the student population and this is understandable due to its establishments. There has also been a large influx of South Asians in the area. It is considered as cosmopolitan as some of London’s key areas and has a vibrant day time and night time scene as well. It is widely regarded as one of the most diverse small towns in the whole of the United Kingdom.
There are some significant attractions in Oxford for all to see and these include the University of Oxford which is regarded as iconic and also a world leader for major academies. There is also the University Church of St Mary the Virgin, the Covered Market, Corn Market Street, Queen Street, St Aldgate’s and also West Gate Centre. Many more include Modern Art Oxford, Shedonian Theatre, Pitt Rivers Museum and the Museum of the History of Science.
Oxford has had a history of railway stations and it is now served by the Oxford Railway Station which has many links to places like Birmingham, Reading and Worcester. First Great Western operates the services and the station has three platforms with a history going as far back as 1852. Some of the main roads that run through the city include the A40, A34 and the A420. The main motorway is the M40.