Oxford, United Kingdom

Oxford - Highlights of the Medieval City

Oxford - Highlights of the Medieval City

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11 tour stops


A Brief History of the Ancient City

Due to the area’s geography, a culture of teaching and learning emerged here.

4 min

Sheldonian Theatre

This theatre is named after its benefactor, Archbishop Sheldon.

2 min

Clarendon Building

This historic building was once home to the Oxford University Press.

1 min

Radcliffe Square

This square is considered one of the most impressive in Europe.

4 min

University Church of St. Mary the Virgin

The tower of this church offers what may be the best view of Oxford.

2 min

High Street to Queen’s College

Follow High Street left from St. Mary’s to Queen’s College.

29 s

Queen’s College

This college is considered the best example of Classical architecture in the city.

2 min

Merton Street

Walk along this street to Merton College.

26 s

Merton College

This college’s Mob Quad, built in 1378, is the oldest quadrangle in the city.

2 min

The Bear Pub

This pub is famous for its tie cutting tradition.

1 min

High Street to Broad Street

To finish the tour, follow Turl Street back to Broad Street.

1 min


A 40-minute walk through the ancient city, taking in sights such as the Radcliffe Camera, the Sheldonian Theatre and Merton College.

Itinerary 1.7 km / 40 min

Offline map included

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