Oxfordshire is located in between the UK’s two largest cities with London to the south and Birmingham to the north. To the west is Bristol and Bath and to the east Milton Keynes and Cambridge. The county has excellent road, rail and coach links to all major UK cities. International visitors arriving in the UK at London Heathrow, London Gatwick and Birmingham International airports can travel directly to Oxfordshire using the Airline service – a 24/7 luxury coach service.

Business train travel shouldn’t be a chore. In fact, with GWR, you can sit back, relax and enjoy their top facilities and services. With more seats, more space, and Wi-Fi throughout the train, travel time doesn’t have to be wasted time. They also offer conferencing rates for locations covered in their catchment area which is discounted for businesses.

Chiltern Railways offers a convenient link between Oxford and London Marylebone. Their trains are equipped with spacious carriage, power points and free Wi-Fi. Delegates can make a stop at key stations along the line, including Bicester Village and High Wycombe.

Oxford Bus Company operates a comprehensive network of services in Oxfordshire including the city46 to Great Milton and BROOKESbusU5 to Oxford Brookes University. Park at one of five Park & Ride sites around Oxford and travel into the city centre with ease. They also operate the airline luxury coach services linking Oxford with London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

Stagecoach West in Oxfordshire operates the Oxford Tube, a reliable and frequent coach service between Oxford and London, 7 days a week with free Wi-Fi and Wireless and USB charging. Connections to Milton Keynes and Bedford are also available on the operator’s X5 service from Oxford. Once in Oxfordshire, Stagecoach has an extensive network of buses operating across the county including services to Blenheim Palace and (S3 and S7) and Bicester Village (S5). Stagecoach services also extend as far as Cheltenham (S2).

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