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Journey details

Best price 5 £
Journey duration 1 h 3 min
Connections per day 115
First departure: 01:25
Last departure: 00:20
Distance 85km

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Virail makes every journey easier: the only thing you will have to do is to specify the date of your journey from London to Oxford. Afterwards, you will be able to find the perfect option for your trip by filtering and sorting the results by price and departure. You can choose either a one-way ticket or a round-trip ticket. Virail will also automatically redirect you to the provider's website to complete your booking. Virail is a travel search engine with customers in more than 30 countries. Every year we help more than 60 million people to find the perfect solution for their journey. Our comparison tool works with more than 2000 transportation companies and lets you find the optimal travel solution, no matter your needs.

Which companies take you from London to Oxford by train?

Virail finds offers from lots of rail companies in Europe and in the rest of the world. For example, it shows you the possible train connections from London to Oxford offered by Nationalrail.

National Rail belongs to the Rail Delivery group, the British company managing passenger services. National Rail covers not only long and medium-distance routes, but also local networks, for instance part of the London underground.

How much are the low cost train tickets from London to Oxford?

By booking in advance, you can find cheap train tickets from London to Oxford from 5,40 £. However, train tickets for this route cost on average around 43,65 £.

Ticket price London - Oxford every day

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17 £17 £ More 18 £24 £10 £10 £

Trains from London to Oxford

If there are changes in your route, make sure you always have enough time to walk from one platform to the other and never forget the possibility of delay that could make you miss the second train.

When it comes to short distances, bus and carpooling represent a good alternative to the train journey, especially if you are travelling with a limited budget.

Which stations serve the rail line London - Oxford?

The trains to Oxford will leave from London Paddington or London Marylebone and will arrive at Oxford [ OXF ].

How long does it take from London to Oxford and when do the trains leave?

The first train to Oxford leaves at 14:12, whereas the last one at 21:12. On average, the journey lasts 1 hour and 3 minutes, but with the fastest connections you will be in Oxford in 54 minutes.

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