Driving Lessons Oxford
Oxford is the county seat of Oxfordshire, the oldest university towns in the UK and one of the most famous in the world. Alongside Cambridge University, Oxford University shares the honour of being the most prestigious of universities to attend in the country. Any sightseeing trip to Oxford just has to include several of the colleges; Christ Church College and Magdalen College are the most often visited, although there are many more magnificent university buildings throughout the city. The Bodleian Library is also popular with visitors; this is the central library of the University of Oxford.
The Oxford University Museum of Natural History is an incredible building which houses a collection of exhibits which show the history of life on Earth, it is also the place where visitors may view the famous Oxford Dodo. Spread along the Cherwell River are the areas collectively known as the Oxford University Parks. These are well kept public areas, although they do close in the early evening. One of the most unique experiences Oxford has to offer is punting on the River Thames; visitors can either hire their own punt or rent the services of a punt and owner for a tour of the river.
Much of the Oxford nightlife is student orientated, meaning there are dozens of lively, inexpensive pubs. There are quite a few nightclubs in Oxford, many of which run a weekly student night, if this is not your thing then check which night it is before visiting. The Bridge seems to be the most popular although mainly a student crowd.