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Oxford con un lugareño: su historia, sus joyas y sus secretos
Oxford is a wonderful City best seen on a small-group walking tour. It's a vibrant, historic city, with fantastic architecture & the prestigious Oxford University. Enjoy a relaxed, fun & informative Oxford walking tour any time of the year, rain or shine with a small group of people. On a tour to suit all ages, you will see Oxford's most famous sites, discover parts of the city that many visitors don't see, learn about Oxford University & its traditions, hear about Oxford's famous authors & visit some of the Harry Potter film locations. Along the route, you will see ancient buildings, colleges, libraries, a theatre, an indoor market, gardens and a tranquil river. We visit a Gelateria for award-winning gelato or amazing hot chocolate, then finish at an ancient pub to cool down in the summer & warm up in the winter! This is not a scripted Free Oxford walking tour with a group of 30+ people! It is however a friendly tour guided by an Oxonian, with depth, humour & passion. Guests who have taken this tour love its intimate & relaxed nature, plus they enjoy meeting fellow travellers from the Airbnb community. You can also book a private tour for your family group, or as a work team-building event to get a truly intimate & fun time. If there’s not a suitable tour date on my calendar, please contact me. If you are not an Airbnb member, contact me via myoxfordtravel
Historia de Oxford con té, «scones» y cerveza
This guided experience is a walking tour of Oxford getting away from the busier tourist hot spots to experience the real authentic Oxford. Food, drink & tickets into College buildings are included. Your local guide Chris will take you on a journey of discovery and exploration, sharing his favourite historic buildings and stunning viewpoints. You’ll leave feeling that you’ve seen the very best of Oxford and taken away many memories. You’ll visit some of Oxford’s most iconic landmarks, climbing 127 stone steps up a 13th Century church tower for a breathtaking view. You’ll take a stroll hearing stories as you wind through Oxford’s historic hidden lanes that most visitors miss. You’ll step inside some of the University’s courtyards & buildings to see stunning architecture, including the Divinity School - the oldest teaching room in Oxford. Enjoy a quintessentially English cream tea with scones, jam, clotted cream and a pot of tea served in Lewis Carroll inspired ‘Alice’ restaurant. Go on a voyage to see Oxford's greatest treasures belonging to the legendary King Alfred the Great. You’ll also get to visit Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford’s oldest pub, see longhorn cattle graze on grassland meadows, visit some of the locations from the Harry Potter films and see the home of one of Britain’s most famous artists. Finish off your true Oxford experience with a pint of local beer.
Harry Potter en Oxford
NOTICE: This tour starts at 12.45 and not at 12.30 but the airbnb scheduling system has no option to state 12.45! The Divinity school film site is closed on some dates but on any such dates, we simply swap it for entry to New college film site with extra £5 entry to pay. This tour goes into great detail about the making of Harry Potter in Oxford, including film site/s visits. It also highlights JK Rowling's ideas plus it mentions Oxford history plus Oxford's many other famous literary connections. Covid Closures Revised Itinerary: Currently, only the Divinity school film site at the Bodleian library is open. Its £3 per person entry fee is included in your ticket. There is a larger film site called New college but it's not open every day & so it's not included in the tour- unless you request your guide to take you there but that will then mean an additional £10 per person paid in cash only to extend the tour to include New college too. The tours run in English. However, together with my bilingual colleagues, we can also offer private group tours only in foreign languages with adequate advance notice. If -after you book- we learn of closures affecting the tour, I will email you but please can you also share your phone number and email address after booking, so that I can update you of any such notices.
Recorrido por la Universidad de Oxford con antiguos alumnos
We will start with a whirlwind overview of Oxford as the central player in 1,000 years of British history, and giving guests an understanding of how the sprawling institution operates before embarking on the tour. Navigating down the windy alleyways we will get an insiders take on the little known viewing angles that bring across the drama of the world famous architecture in this city. With striking spires and imposing buildings, we will cover how these influenced Tolkien, C S Lewis, along with Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. We will enter one of the oldest Colleges at Oxford, renowned for its beautiful gardens, before heading into one of the most famous Library's in the world - responsible for over 13 million books. Capping this off we will cover a Harry Potter film site, along with why the most powerful religious figure England has ever seen, was burnt alive in the centre of Oxford, on what is now such a nondescript part of road you could easily miss it. Please note: Colleges and the Library can shut without notice and currently they are available as of August 2021. If this changes on the day we will of course incorporate them - if we are not able to offer any access, we will offer up the option of a full refund.
Street Photography Walk Through Oxford
We will walk the streets of Oxford, some popular, some lesser known, and I will be sure to take you on an immersive Photowalk through the famous sights and sounds and into the side streets and alleys bringing you unique shots you wouldn't get if you just went out alone. I will help guide you with angles and new perspectives so your photos will lock in a way of seeing the city many tourists and even locals won't achieve. While doing this you get the knowledge of the sights you'll see while being able to view the city from an Expats point of view, hear my love for what brought me and keeps me in Oxfordshire, chat about why you came here, and get to know one another. I love meeting new people and hearing their journeys and about their travels, the perfect way to bring this all together is with a love for photography, join me on a unique and great experience!
Visita privada a los Cotswolds desde Oxford
*** Book for 2 gets a 5% discount. *** Book for 3 or 4 gets a 10% discount. Experience the English countryside of the Cotswolds, an area known for its green landscapes, charming villages, and honey-coloured stone cottages on a private tour without worrying about missing the must-see places. Avoid the hassles of a DIY or large-group trip and relax on a luxury private tour of must-see towns and villages. See the historical homes of Stow-on-the-Wold and marvel at the honey-stoned Broadway and other precious villages like Chipping Campden, Bibury and Snowshill. Highlights: - Spend at least 6 hours exploring the best of the Cotswolds! - Visit iconic villages, historical towns and the beautiful countryside! - Have free time to explore each location! - Travel in a luxury car along the country lanes! - Learn about history and photography from your knowledgeable local guide! NOTES: ** I can pick you up from your chosen accommodation in the Costwolds. Please ask me! ** Picking you up from London and returning is possible for an extra £200 fee. ** If you would like to participate on a date that is not available, please send a request. I will do my best to accommodate.
Escape to Oxford Walking Tours
From the Martyrs' Memorial, we meander through the heart of Oxford, passing a number of historic buildings and university colleges, including the 1000 year-old Saxon Tower, the oldest building in Oxford and the finest example of Saxon architecture in England, Carfax, the magnificent Town Hall, Christ Church College and its beautiful Meadow, over ‘Dead Man’s Walk’ into medieval Merton Street where we cut through Logic Lane, past University College, the first of the 39 colleges that make up the University, into the Radcliffe Square, (one of the most sought after landmarks in the UK), view the magnificent Gothic architecture of University Church of St Mary the Virgin, meeting place of the university's first governing body, the Schools Quadrangle, heart of the world-renowned Bodleian Library and seat of the 15th century Divinity School. We pass the Sheldonian Theatre, Christopher Wren’s first major architectural project, the first purpose-built public museum in the Western world and into Broad Street. Our guides are well versed in the history of Oxford and the University from the founding of the city over 1000 years ago to the beginnings of the University in the 13th century, through the industrial revolution to the present day. Where possible we will escort our guests into university and college buildings. Private tours available on request - minimum four (4) persons.
Un viaje en el tiempo por Oxford para familias
This is a tour for everyone, but especially designed for families, with a spotting list for younger children. I offer a unique 75 minute chronological trip through Oxford's colourful history, from the Saxon origins of the town to the present day. If children are on the tour I'll admit that I am a time traveller! We will see some of Oxford's best-known landmarks and hear about the people and events that made the city and the university world-famous - as well as some of the scrapes I got into when visiting them! Other things to note During off season I'm happy to adapt timing of tours (eg morning tour instead), please do enquire! Travel around Oxford can get a bit congested so please don't hesitate to text or call me if you have any problems and I will do my best to adapt when possible. There are cobbled streets on the tour.
Los trucos de la fotografía urbana en Oxford
The ‘street’ has its own rhythm, its own life. Via the camera lens, I search for that ‘decisive’ moment that will never return. I am only the observer, capturing the elusive, and transforming the ordinary into the extraordinary. My workshops are fun. I will help you to move your photography to a new level. You will: • Learn essential street photography skills • Learn how to visualise a scene, and how it may look as a photograph • Know the difference between a bad and an outstanding picture • Build pictures and story using light, composition and moment • Learn how to shoot candidly • Tell the story with your pictures • Discover the rules of composition • Evaluate you images- what did and didn’t work After the workshop you will fill more confident shooting people in public spaces. I will give you open and honest feedback, and advice on your next steps. The group is limited to four delegates, so you're guaranteed to get my full attention. If you want to book a date but it is not on the calendar, contact me and I will see to arrange it. Level of Experience: Any Other things to note This workshop is open to anyone; no experience required. Having fun comes first. The route is mostly flat. If you don't see a suitable calendar date, I am flexible to add new dates if I am available.
Shared Oxford Punting Tour Led By Local Students
Enjoy a 30-minute student-led punting tour along the River Cherwell. As you set off south from the boathouse you will be chauffeured gently past Oxford’s famous Botanic Gardens, past Magdalen College School fields, through Christ Church Meadows, where Lewis Carroll was teaching students in the mid-19-century, when he wrote the famous Alice Through the Looking Glass and Alice in Wonderland. Then pass St Hilda’s College gardens and back to the Boathouse. You can ask questions throughout and even have a free punting lesson upon request.
The Inklings Oxford Writers Tour
We will introduce the lives of CS Lewis, JRR Tolkien & the other Inklings who were fascinated like I am with questions about the power of myth, story making & man's quest to understand his place in the universe. Wherever open, we visit Exeter college where JRR Tolkien studied & Magdalen college where CS Lewis taught. These are probably the most beautiful of the university colleges. Magdalen has a deer park & buildings dating back to 1400. Exeter dating to 1314, features lots in Inspector Morse tv show. It has an exquisite chapel. We look at what inspired CS Lewis's conversion & we also introduce the lives of both men plus their friendship with each other & other members of the Inklings writers group who famously met at the Eagle and Child pub to discuss their writing. Children are welcome but this tour is not aimed at the interests or attention span of children. Please note that the tour fee is the same regardless of whether you book 1 or 10 persons as this tour is currently only offered for private group bookings. Entry fees to Magdalen college averaging £6 per adult or £15 family ticket are NOT included so you will need to pay those. Other things to note: Group rates apply if you book 3 persons or more. This tour generally is only ever booked by private groups so the pricing is based on expectation that if only one or two persons book the tour, they're the only clients.
Unique trips to the colleges in Oxford
The hidden story / history of colleges in the university of Oxford ；for example , the meaning and background of some pictures in Oxford; set off 11:00am or 11:30 am , from George street (The university library) , St Mary Church , and the new college , midday lunch at Ivy or Cosma ; 12:45pm to 13:30 pm DPAG and Oxford Science Museum/ Morden Art Museum and finish off at D&G ice cream shop
Oxford University Alumni led Tour
Oxford University Alumni/Student led walking tours with optional additional Q and A advice for prospective students too. This tour is led by experienced guides who have studied at Oxford and have earned hundreds of excellent reviews for their entertaining tours introducing what student life is like at Oxford. These tours also introduce the origins of the university, the city history and the route walks past average ten different colleges. In 2021, the colleges are unfortunately closed to the public. However, as & when the colleges do re-open, this tour will also enter inside one or two of the free entry colleges. The tour ends outside the Divinity school at the Bodleian library. This venue currently is open in 2021 and it's a beautiful university venue which is also a famous Harry Potter film site. The Divinity school permits entry at £2.50 per person and so those clients who wish to buy entry ticket to see inside there, may also see inside this historic venue at the end of the tour.
Oxford, le petit tour de force
Laissez-vous plonger dans l’histoire incroyable d’Oxford . Une introduction vous plongera dans 1000 ans d’histoire : depuis ses origines anglo-saxonnes, le changement permanent accompagnant le développement de l’université, son fonctionnement aujourd’hui avec les collèges. En plus de découvrir la célèbre architecture d’Oxford, vous découvrirez les personnalités et les accomplissements de Tolkien et Lewis Carroll en passant par Shakespeare et les martyrs protestants, vous apprendrez les détails étranges de la vie médiévale et les forces historiques derrière les évènements cataclysmiques… le bien et le terrible d’Oxford !!! Vous allez visiter les cloîtres et jardins de l’un des plus anciens collège médiéval, apprécier les faits marquants de beaucoup d’autres lorsque nous serpenterons dans les rues de la vieille ville. Qu’ils soient enchantants ou sanguinaires, les récits historiques vous surprendront et vous informeront à chaque étape. Avec humour et de charmantes observations, je vous montrerai pourquoi les vitraux, chapelles et bibliothèques d’Oxford sont toujours aussi spéciaux aujourd’hui, en mêlalant lant des éléments de l’histoire des arts à votre visite. Nous réserverons du temps aux points de vue spéciaux, pour les questions et discussions.
Sesión de fotos privada en los lugares emblemáticos de Oxford
This is a private and personal session. Do you want to take away some great photographs of yourself in Oxford, to remember your time here? Or, some beautiful Instagram content that you couldn't easily take yourself? I will do that for you. Whilst moving between iconic locations of Oxford, we will explore the Bodleian Library, the Bridge of Sighs, the Radcliffe Camera, Christ Church Meadows, and surrounding areas. I will also take you via hidden gem locations to show you the real personality behind the bustle and red telephone boxes. I aim to show and capture the true essence of the city. This is a great experience for individuals, couples, families, and friends! If you would like to have your photoshoot inside the Oxford Botanical Gardens, or one of the Colleges, the entrance fee for one person other than myself is included in the cost :) The price for a couple is the same as for one person. If there are more than 3 people, please ‘Book for a Private Group’. Feel free to contact me if the dates you want to shoot at are not showing up on my calendar. I’m more than happy to accommodate you :) Let me know in advance if there's anywhere in particular you'd like to be photographed at, and I will try to accommodate it.