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You can get from London to Oxford by train, bus or flight.
To get from London to Oxford on 13 Jun we recommend taking a bus because it’s the best combination of price and speed.
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London to Oxford is a very popular route, with a number of transport options available throughout the day. At around 100 kilometres away, and due to a lack of direct flights, it is generally inconvenient to make this journey via plane. However, passengers can take the train or choose from two bus operators. The train journey is often marginally quicker than the bus, both the railway and bus stations are only a short distance apart in Oxford town centre.
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The M40 London to Oxford route has more services than any other long distance bus route in the UK, with up to 150 journeys per day. There are two companies that run the services: the Oxford Tube and the X90. The Oxford Tube is operated by Stagecoach and runs up to five services per hour from Victoria. The X90 also runs from Victoria, through Baker Street, with up to three services per hour. The journey takes between 1.5 hours to just under 2 hours. The journeys are operated by National Express.
Trains from London to Oxford leave from Paddington and are operated by Great Western Railway. The first service departs in the early morning and the last train departs after midnight. There are between three and five services per hour with the journey taking approximately one hour. There are frequent direct services, and some requiring one change.
Both bus and train are popular ways to travel between London and Oxford. The sheer frequency, as well as comfort, of Oxford Tube services, mean that for many they are considered an option just as viable as taking the train. There is also the fact that their ticket price doesn’t fluctuate when you book on the day, which means they’re an ideal choice for a spontaneous trip.
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There are 2 travel options from London to Oxford: coach or train.
Oxford is approximately 51 miles (82 km) away from London.
These are the most popular departure and arrival points for travellers from London to Oxford:
If finding a good deal is your main consideration for your trip from London to Oxford, then we'll help you find the best value travel companies for you:
Yes, there are direct routes from London to Oxford with the following travel companies:
As you won't need to change at another stop in between, direct services to Oxford tend to save you time and add more convenience, so it's worth paying attention to before you book tickets for this journey.
Before travelling from London to Oxford, it’s good to know what ticket you can purchase and how much it will cost in the next 7 days:
But we recommend booking London to Oxford tickets online a few months before your planned travel date to score the best deals and save money on your trip.
The cheapest way from London to Oxford is by taking a coach. You can find average ticket prices around £13 compared to other travel options to Oxford:
A coach journey is usually £27 less than a journey to Oxford by train, which costs on average £40 for the same trip.
The quickest way to travel to Oxford from London is by train, which takes on average 53 min compared to other travel options that may take you longer to get to your destination:
In comparison, going by coach can take 1 h 27 min on average.