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24H or 48H Hop-on Hop-off Bus Oxford

  • Audio guide in English and 9 other languages
  • Duration: 1h
  • Live guide in English, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Chinese
  • 24 or 48-hour access to the Hop-on Hop-off buses
  • Audio guide with commentary available in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian & Polish
  • The City & University Tour (30 min, optional), which departs from Stop 8 (Brasenose College) every 30 min between 11:30-14:00
  • Guided walking tour (30 min, optional), which departs from Stop 8 (Brasenose College) every 30 min between 11:20-15:50 (subject to availability)
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Emma,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
30 Jun 2023
Great way to see lots of different areas of the city. The walking tour was great, in particular Pete, our guide, was very informative and engaging too. Would recommend.
24H or 48H Hop-on Hop-off Bus Oxford
JULIANNA,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
27 Oct 2021
Was absolutely 💯
24H or 48H Hop-on Hop-off Bus Oxford
Jens,  Germany Germany
30 Jul 2022
Easy . Fast . No drama . Nice way of getting to know a city quickly
24H or 48H Hop-on Hop-off Bus Oxford

About: Oxfordshire Bus Tours

Explore the beauty of Oxfordshire on a bus tour! Your knowledgeable tour guide will take you to the most picturesque locations and share fascinating stories about this region's past and present. Discover the rich history, culture and natural beauty as you take in the stunning sights and sounds of the countryside. From cobbled streets to rolling hills, a bus tour is a great way to experience the very best of what Oxfordshire has to offer.

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