Oxford to London Train
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Oxford, a city located on the upper bank of the Thames in the United Kingdom, is famous for its more than 30 Oxford University colleges scattered throughout the city.
As one of the world's leading academic centers, Oxford receives a continuous flow of tourists every day. The status of world-renowned universities and world-famous monuments make it an extremely dream city.
The distance between Oxford and London is 52 miles. It is possible to travel from Oxford to London without having to change trains. Use our journey planner above to get direct train times from Oxford to London. The average journey time between Oxford and London is 1 hour 8 minutes. On an average weekday, there are 116 trains traveling from Oxford to London. The journey time may be longer on weekends and holidays. The fastest journey time by train is 47 minutes. The first train from Oxford to London departs at 04:35. The last train from Oxford to London departs at 00:11.
Direct routes to London Paddington from Oxford courtesy of Great Western Railway run two to three times an hour, with a journey time of around 58m. There are also regular indirect services every hour, where you’ll need to change trains at either Reading or Didcot Parkway station – these services take around 1h 8m.
You’ll find a range of meals, snacks, and drinks on Great Western Railway trains, including breakfast, sandwiches, hot food, and a variety of hot and cold beverages. Most services also offer free WiFi.
The best way to find a cheap fare is to book your ticket as far in advance as you can and to avoid traveling at rush hour. Train companies often offer promotional prices and offer—by buying in advance—you can get access to the best prices for trains. Search on Trainpal to check prices and cheap train tickets from Oxford - London. Easily find the most attractive rates and choose your preferred route for your journey. Book and choose your mobile ticket: avoid the queues at the station and the added stress of printing your ticket.
The rule of buying in advance to save money is not only valid when booking a flight but also for train travel. Train tickets are generally on sale 6 months before the departure date. Some train booking tips from us:
Buying your train ticket from Oxford to London 3 weeks in advance means you can save on average up to 29% compared to the price available on the day of departure.
If you book a ticket Oxford to London with 2 months in advance you save up to about 29% compared to the initial price.
By booking 3 months in advance, you could save up to 50%.
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