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Located in the county of Oxfordshire is the city of dreaming spires, Oxford. It is one of the largest and fastest growing cities in the United Kingdom. The city is popular throughout the world for its famous University of Oxford. Some important tourist attractions of the city include the Christ Church, Blenheim Museum, the Oxford Botanic garden, Kelmscott Manor and the Sulgrave Manor. Find below the different transport links between the city of Oxford and the countryâ€™s second largest airport, London Gatwick.
The only direct link between Gatwick and Oxford is the â€œAirline serviceâ€ operated by the National Express Coach. Travelling time can take more than 2 hours and the traffic can be nerve wrecking. These buses run every one hour during the day and between every 2 hours in the night. Tickets for these services can be bought at both terminals or booked online in advance.
There are no direct railway links between Gatwick and Oxford. Passengers can get one of the trains running from the airport to Victoria station. From Victoria, there is the National Express Coach that takes you directly into Oxford. The other option would be to take the tube from Victoria station to Paddington and then take the railway line to Oxford station. Gatwick Express also takes passengers from the airport to Victoria but is more expensive than the others.
The distance between the two places are about 82 miles. Taxis between the places are often the most sought after mode of travel, especially among students. Students who are travelling to the country from other parts of the world to study at the University of Oxford prefer hiring a taxi as it helps them travel stress free with their entire luggage. Taxis are also 100 percent safe and can let you enjoy the views of the city to the fullest.