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Private Oxford Walking Tour

From US$100.38
Highlights
  • Discover the city at your own pace on a private Oxford walking tour
  • Enjoy a flexible itinerary and tailor sightseeing to your interests
  • Learn insider Oxford tidbits from your private guide
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Private Oxford Walking Tour
From US$100.38
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2 Hour Tour - 1-2 People (AM)Most Popular
2 Hour Private Tour of the main highlights of Oxford University & City - this can be tailored at the start of the tour.
US$100.38
2 Hour Tour: 3-4 People (AM)
2 Hour Private Tour of the main highlights of Oxford University & City - this can be tailored at the start of the tour.
US$127.14
2 Hour Tour - 1-2 People (PM)
2 Hour Private Tour of the main highlights of Oxford University & City - this can be tailored at the start of the tour.
US$100.38
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Overview

While visiting Oxford on a tight schedule, it can be hard to decide which wonderful historic buildings to explore. Discover the Oxford you want to see, whether it’s the world of Harry Potter or the “city of dreaming spires,” on a walking tour that can be tailor-made to your interests. Enjoy plenty of time to ask your private guide questions, and choose from a morning or afternoon departure time.

What to Expect
After meeting your private guide in central Oxford, explain any particular interests you may have. Possible tour focuses include the worlds of Harry Potter or Lewis Carroll, or you can learn all about the history of Oxford. Your guide will discuss your options and arrange the best itinerary for the tour time and day of the week.

Then stroll Oxford’s streets as your guide illuminates the city, answering any questions you have. You might choose to visit the Bodleian Library, first opened in 1602, Sir Christopher Wren’s Sheldonian Theatre, or the Hertford Bridge, known as the “Bridge of Sighs.” Once your tour ends, your guide will bid you farewell in the city center.
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Reviewed 2 days ago
Casual, personal walking tour

Great to have the element of personal experience from Emma as a student. Saw a range of colleges and a few key details of historical significance.

Thank T5785LKrachelm
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Fab fun free 2-hour tour of Oxford

Very well organised and fabulously informative tour of Oxford. Led by a lovely student Jasmine who provided insight into the history of Oxford and little gems of info you wouldn't know without going on a tour. Great way to get your bearings before exploring Oxford...More

Thank Alex J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Very informative and diverting

Our guide, Cosmo, who was a student in Oxford at this time, spoke a very clearly and most of all very understandable English without any strong accent, which was pretty helpful for foreign visitors (we are from Germany and were able to understand everything he...More

1  Thank MoritzMcW99
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Excellent walking tour

We did the 4-hour private tour and it was worth every penny. Our guide, Peter, is a recent Oxford graduate and was also raised in Oxford. He knew the city and the university inside out and we had 4 hours packed with sights, information and...More

Thank DZ03
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Footprints Tours - Look no further, they are the best!

First review I have ever written so you truly know Footprints Tours must be good. And they are. Adam Towers was wonderfully helpful from start to finish and we thoroughly enjoyed his British humour and graciousness. Our student guide, Aoife, brought everything along the walk...More

2  Thank jemeier2018
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August 2, 2018|
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Response from JeaZas | Reviewed this property |
They were flexible about tour durations so since it is a private tour, I would recommend asking them if you could start at 4pm.
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