If you have any further questions
Please note that there may be variations in these directions owing to timetable changes, cancellations, or other such events. This is simply a guide and if you are unsure about travel, there will be members of staff at the Oxford stations who will be able to assist you.
OxIMUN is an international conference attended by stellar delegates from across the
globe. That’s why we’ve included information that not only will help you travel around
Oxford during the conference, but will assist you in getting here in the first place.
Traveling from airports
Those arriving at London Heathrow or London Gatwick airports can use the Oxford Bus Company’s Airline, which provides direct bus service to and from Oxford and can be paid for with contactless on boarding. You can learn more and reserve a seat at https://airline.oxfordbus.co.uk.
Of course, you are also free to take a bus or train to London and travel to Oxford from there.
Those arriving at London Stansted, London City, or London Luton airports will have to travel to Oxford via London Marylebone or Paddington stations. There are multiple train and bus options to get to the stations, but you must pre-buy tickets in order to travel.
Traveling from London to Oxford
You can find the London Tube map here: https://tfl.gov.uk/maps/track/tube.
Following arrival in London, you must travel to Oxford, via:
Train; there are direct services to Oxford from London Marylebone and Paddington. Further details can be found at http://www.nationalrail.co.uk.
The Oxford Tube, a bus service running from many stops in London to the Oxford bus station. Further details can be found at https://www.oxfordtube.com/.