Driving from
London to Oxford

Driving from London to Oxford is straightforward. Oxford is about 60 miles north-west of London but allow up to 90 minutes for the drive as getting into and out of both cities can be slow. 

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London to Oxford Driving Directions

Take the A4 west out of London which takes you onto the M4. Exit the M4 onto the M25, where you drive clockwise for a short distance before exiting onto the M40 to Oxford. Exit the M40 at Junction 8 onto the A40 and follow signs for Oxford. There are several car parks in the city centre, so follow the signs.

Driving to Oxford from London: Car Hire

You don't need to rent a car just to go to Oxford for the day as the bus and train services are frequent, quick and inexpensive. If you have a rental car already then the drive out to Oxford is straightforward, and would enable you to explore the nearby Cotswolds, but don't hire a car just to go to Oxford on its own.

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