Oxford, the cultural capital of the Oxfordshire Cotswolds, has been the home of many historic sights since the 9th century.
If you find yourself in Oxford or you’re planning your visit, this city has countless hidden attractions waiting for you to be explored. Whether you fancy gazing out at Oxford’s world-famous 38 colleges or want to follow in the footsteps of its distinguished past, there is plenty for you to enjoy.
Image credit: Radcliffe Camera at night, with All Souls College on the left and Brasenose College on the right, in Radcliffe Square, Oxford. Source: Wikimedia.
A charming blend of rolling hills, honey-coloured towns and villages and breathtaking scenery has earnt it classification as one of the most beautiful regions in England. The Oxfordshire Cotswolds, set in the very heart of rural England, harbours over 6,000 years of history and it’s where you can find splendid manor houses built by wealthy textile merchants.