London (any) To Oxford
Train Journey Information
- Train fares from£5.00
- Fastest route44m
- Average journey time1h 9m
- Trains per dayAround 119
- Changes1 Change
- Train operatorsTfL Rail, Chiltern Railways, CrossCountry, Great Western Railway
London (any) To Oxford
- 00:01London Marylebone01:14Oxford1h 13m, Direct
- 00:13Vauxhall06:49Oxford6h 36m, 3 Changes
- 05:23London Paddington06:37Oxford1h 14m, 1 Change
- 05:50London Paddington06:49Oxford59m, Direct
- 06:09London Marylebone07:30Oxford1h 21m, Direct
- How long does it take to travel from London (any) to Oxford by train?Average journey time1h 9mIt takes around 1 hour 9 minutes by train from London (any) to Oxford. Bear in mind that the journey time may be a little longer on weekends and holidays.
- How much does the train from London (any) to Oxford cost?Train fares from£5.00Train tickets from London (any) to Oxford cost as little as £5.00 if you book in advance, and the train fares are often higher when purchased on the day. Ticket prices also vary depending on the time of day, route, and class you book.
- What is the fastest journey from London (any) to Oxford by train?Fastest route44mThe fastest train will get you from London (any) to Oxford in 044 minutes. The slowest service is the late-evening departure which takes nearly 06 minutes travelling at a slower pace throughout the journey.
- What time does the last train from London (any) to Oxford leave?Last train23:15The last train from London (any) to Oxford departs at 23:15. Don’t miss it!
- When can I catch the first train from London (any) to Oxford?First train00:05The first train leaves London (any) at 00:05. Book in advance to save yourself some time in the morning.
- How many trains a day are there from London (any) to Oxford?Trains per day119On an average weekday, around 119 trains travel from London (any) to Oxford. The first train departs London Marylebone some time after 00:05 with departures continuing at intervals, until 23:15.
London (any) To Oxford Train FAQs
London To Oxford Train
Oxford, a city located on the upper bank of the Thames in the United Kingdom, is famous for its more than 30 Oxford University colleges scattered throughout the city.
As one of the world's leading academic centers, Oxford receives a continuous flow of tourists every day. The status of world-renowned universities and world-famous monuments make it an extremely dream city.
Oxford To London Train Times Information
The distance between London and Oxford is 52 miles. The average journey time between London and Oxford is 1 hour 7 minutes. On an average weekday, there are 118 trains traveling from London to Oxford. The journey time may be longer on weekends and holidays. The fastest journey time by train is 44 minutes. The first train from London to Oxford departs at 03:59. The last train from London to Oxford departs at 01:10. It is possible to travel from Oxford to London without having to change trains. We usually find around 70 direct trains on the route from London to Oxford every weekday. Trains are typically more frequent on weekends, when we found around 92 departures. You’ll find a range of meals, snacks, and drinks on Great Western Railway trains, including breakfast, sandwiches, hot food, and a variety of hot and cold beverages. Most services also offer free WiFi.
Train tickets from Oxford to London can start from as little as £5 when you book in advance and are usually more expensive when purchased on the day. Prices can also vary depending on the time of day, route, and class you book.
How to find cheap train tickets from London to Oxford
1.Book in advance.
Save up to 61% when you book in advance. Look out for Advance tickets – they usually come out up to 12 weeks before the departure date. If you’re here a tad early, sign up for our Advance ticket alert to get notified when your tickets are released. Trains in the UK usually open for booking for around 3 months in advance. If the booking is not yet open for your dates then you can set a booking alert to receive an email on the day that the cheapest tickets are released for your journey from London to Oxford by train.
2.Consider a Season Ticket.
If you catch this train more than 3 times per week, you could save money with a Season Ticket. With annual, monthly, and weekly options available, find out if a season ticket for London to Oxford is right for you.
3.Use your Railcard.
National Railcards offer up to 1/3 off train tickets in the UK and can be a great investment if you travel a few times or more in a year. Find out how you can save with a National Railcard.
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