Oxford Map and Guide

Oxford map showing the Oxfordshire city of Oxford, located north of Abingdon.

Detailed Street Map of Oxford in Oxfordshire

Oxford Map Oxfordshire: Interactive map of Oxford, showing the city to the north of Abingdon in Oxfordshire, south-east England.

Visible on this Oxford map are Summertown, Headington, Iffley, Cowley, Wolvercote and Old Marston, circled by the Oxford ring road, just outside the ring road is Blackbird Leys, also shown are the villages of Yarnton, Woodeaton, Beckley, Elsfield, Woodperry, Risinghurst, Horspath, Garsington, Kennington, Sandford-on-Thames, Botley, Cumnor and Wootton. Use the navigation buttons, top left, to get an Oxford city centre map.

A historic city best known for its University, Oxford was originally a settlement called Oxenaford in Anglo Saxon times (a name meaning "ford for oxen"), the University of Oxford was founded in the 12th century. It now has a population of around 150,000 and is a major tourist attraction with a beautiful city centre.

Oxford can be accessed by way of the A40 (M40), the A34, the A420, and the A44, it also has good rail links.

The driving distance from Oxford to London is 59 miles (95 kilometres), it is 30 miles from Banbury, 78 miles from Birmingham and 22 miles from Aylesbury.

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Oxfordshire Towns: Oxford - Banbury - Abingdon - Ashbury