Going from London to Oxford by bus is the easiest and cheapest way to travel there. There are several services including National Express, the Oxford Tube (every ten minutes, 24/7), the Oxford Express from the Oxford Bus Company, and Megabus. Bus journey time like the car driving time is about 90 minutes.
The main Oxford Bus Station is at Gloucester Green, right in the centre of the city. Some of the buses make several stops on the way into the city, so if you're not familiar with Oxford then when you first board the bus in London ask the driver which will be the best stop for you.
With several bus companies running coaches between London and Oxford every few minutes, you might think all you need to do is turn up and pay. That's certainly possible and if you travel last-minute you shouldn't have trouble getting a coach to Oxford. However, if you can plan your travel in advance then booking online with one of the coach companies is probably going to be a lot cheaper for you.
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