Majestic Oxford – Private Walking Tour for Couples
Embark on a peaceful two-hour walking tour of Oxford, exploring its historic and cultural gems. Begin at the University Church of St Mary the Virgin for a glimpse of Oxford’s spiritual heritage, then marvel at the magnificent Radcliffe Camera and witness the prestigious Bodleian Library. Walk hand in hand across the enchanting Bridge of Sighs and admire the grandeur of the Sheldonian Theatre. Pause at the Martyrs’ Memorial for a moment of reflection before discovering the secrets of Oxford Castle & Prison. Stroll down the vibrant Cornmarket Street and marvel at the Carfax Tower. Conclude the tour after discovering the captivating Christ Church Cathedral and the idyllic grounds of Magdalen College. A romantic journey through Oxford’s history and culture awaits!
- Immerse yourselves in Oxford's rich history and cultural allure.
- Wander hand in hand through enchanting architecture and picturesque landscapes.
- Discover the romance of Oxford's storied past amidst its iconic landmarks.
- Professional local tour guide
Route & Duration
University Church of St Mary the Virgin
This historic church has played a significant role in the intellectual and spiritual life of Oxford University. It has witnessed numerous academic and religious events and offers breathtaking views of the city from its tower. (Outside visit)
A renowned architectural gem, the Radcliffe Camera is a symbol of the University of Oxford. This iconic circular library has housed countless books and is an emblem of the city's intellectual heritage.
The Bodleian Library, one of the oldest libraries in Europe, holds a vast collection of books and manuscripts. Its rich history and impressive architecture make it a cultural treasure and a haven for scholars. (Outside visit)
Bridge of Sighs
The Bridge of Sighs is a picturesque landmark that connects two parts of Hertford College. Its architectural charm and romantic ambiance.
The Sheldonian Theatre
Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, the Sheldonian Theatre has been a venue for significant academic and ceremonial events for centuries. Its elegant architecture and historical importance make it an essential stop on any tour of Oxford. (Outside visit)
This memorial commemorates the Oxford Martyrs, who were burned at the stake during the Protestant Reformation. It serves as a reminder of the religious turmoil that shaped the city's history.
Oxford Castle & Prison
With a history dating back over 1,000 years, Oxford Castle & Prison offers an immersive experience into the city's past. Explore the ancient walls, climb the Saxon tower, and learn about the site's fascinating historical and cultural significance. (Outside visit)
Cornmarket St, Oxford
A bustling street filled with shops, cafes, and street performers, Cornmarket Street is a vibrant hub in the heart of Oxford
Standing tall in the city center, Carfax Tower provides panoramic views of Oxford. With its medieval origins and clock bells, it is a historic landmark that adds charm to the cityscape. (Outside visit)
As the grand entrance to Christ Church College, Tom Tower showcases the magnificent architectural style of the college. Its imposing presence and intricate details make it an iconic sight in Oxford. (Outside visit)
Christ Church Cathedral
This majestic cathedral is an architectural masterpiece and the spiritual center of Christ Church College. Its stunning stained glass windows and rich history make it a significant cultural and religious site. (Outside visit)
Known for its picturesque grounds, beautiful cloisters, and captivating architecture, Magdalen College is a prominent institution in Oxford. It holds historical and cultural significance, with its traditions and academic excellence shaping the city's heritage. (Outside visit)
In front of the University Church of St Mary the Virgin
(The, High St, Oxford OX1 4BJ, UK) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.