It’s much harder than it looks, so if you don’t want to brave it alone, there are men who can do all the hard work for you – so you can sit back, relax and soak in the sights.
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All of which are within walking distance of the town centre and all of which are open 'til late!
Deciding where to go on a first date in London is tricky.
Known for having some of the best cocktail bars in the country, we recommend that you and the girls get your hands dirty by partaking in a laughter and liqueur induced cocktail making experience with the girls!
Being such an exclusive university, it’s hardly a surprise that the area has direct connections to London Paddington and Birmingham New Street, near Major Airlines.
Cabs will be available after a night out, though if your accommodation is near the centre of town it’s unlikely that you will need to book one, as everything is an easy walk.
As the city is heavily influenced by historic culture, it seems fitting that there are various tours you can partake in.
So wherever you are coming from, Oxford is a painless commute.
The Visitor Information Centre sells maps and guide books, so you can go and explore the city on foot or by bike if you want to!
There are a few dotted over the town, so if you are wanting to get cultural, then make sure you do your research and book your tickets.
Punting along the river is another great way to see the landmarks of the town and it is also great fun!
If so we recommend the Blind Pig on Poland Street (above the Social Eating House), which pairs a luxurious but informal setting with genuinely inventive drinks menu, or Mark's Bar on Brewer Street which is cool, relaxed and makes the best negronis around.