Duration: 10 hours

It will be a special tour for individuals and will be held in order to meet the wishes and desires of our guests. For Group tours and prices please contact us.

For furder information on pricing and departure dates, or have your tour with a very private car -VIP- tours please contact us via info@nartravel.com

Price: £ 400 

After meeting around at 8:00 o’clock in the morning with your guide at the hotel or at a decided point. After an hour train journey, you will arrive at Oxford train station. After a trending period, a 10-minute walk will be reached at the city center and the city tour will start after the coffee break

First stop will be The Radcliffe Camera building, which is used as a library and reading room for Oxford University, was designed by James Gibbs and built in the style of Palladien between 1737-1749.

Than Christ Church; founded by King Henry VIII in 1546, affiliated with Oxford University, this college is located in the city center with its magnificent buildings where more than 600 students are educated. The chapel, which the university has, welcomes the Christ Church as a cathedral.

The University of Oxford; Over the years, renowned names such as philosopher John Locke, poet WH Auden, Lewiss Carroll (author of Alice's Wonderland book) and 13 British prime ministers were trained in this school. Albert Einstein also taught here from 1931 to 1933.

Another famous structure of the school is the Tom Quad - Tom courtyard and the tower you see above. At the same time the main entrance door of the university is also here. The famous Great Hall, which has been replicated by the producers of Harry Potter films in their studios in London, is again in this school.

Bridge of Sighs; The Hertford Bridge, often referred to as the 'Bridge of Sighs', connects two parts of Hertford College on the New College Lane road in Oxford. This bridge was built in 1914, which is among the most important places to be seen in the city with its extraordinary design

Ashmolean museum will be the last destination. It was founded in 1683; works such as tables of famous painters, Egyptian candles, Islamic art, Indian texts, ancient documents, rare porcelains, silverware, invaluable musical instruments are exhibited on 4 floors.

(Optional: Punting; A person is managing a boat with a long bar, while you can sit and watch the scenes while sailing on the Thames River. Instead of the Ashmolean Museum you can also have a Punting tour) 



Professional Licensed Tour Guide

Transportation in A/C & non-smoking train

Entrance fees to the sites and museums and parks



Personal expenses

Tips to Guide