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Historic Oxford

Your Journey

Step back in time on the British Pullman luxury train as you head to Oxford, one of Europe’s most prestigious cities.

Board the immaculate Art Deco train at London Victoria Station. Your steward will escort you to your table set with pristine white linen and bespoke china. Settle into your plush seat and absorb the stunning details of your vintage surroundings. A delicious brunch with a Bellini is served as you admire the polished marquetry, brass luggage racks and lavish textiles. Each carriage is unique and has a fascinating story to tell. On arrival at Oxford Parkway Station, you are met by a guide who will accompany you on the coach transfer to the city centre. Here you are free to explore this delightful city on your own - visit The Ashmolean, The Bodleian or one of the many colleges. Alternatively, simply stroll and enjoy the beautiful architecture and inviting shops. You are welcomed back on board the train with a glass of chilled champagne as you settle into your seat. A delectable three-course dinner with half a bottle of wine follows as the train wends its way back to London.


  • Round-trip travel aboard the British Pullman luxury train
  • Welcome sparkling Bellini
  • Delicious three-course brunch on the outward journey
  • Morning tea and coffee
  • Free time for shopping and sightseeing
  • Champagne reception back on board
  • Sumptuous three-course dinner
  • Half a bottle of wine per person
  • Coffee, tea and petits fours

Historic Oxford


Historic Oxford

Home to royalty, scholars and Oxford University—one of the oldest universities in the world— Oxford is an incredibly historic city. Get lost in the cobblestone streets and secret alleyways scattered throughout, each with their own infamous story to tell. 

As you stroll through the city, don’t forget to look up and observe the beautiful architecture of each ancient building, and of course its mystical dreaming spires. Immersed in history; from the Venice inspired Bridge of Sighs to Britain’s oldest public museum, the Ashmolean, it's the perfect setting for compelling discoveries.

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