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Pembroke College was founded by James I in 1624 and a statue of the founder stands in the tower in Chapel Quad. The Hall, with its magnificent hammer beam roof, dates from the 19th Century and ...
Little Clarendon Street
The bar at the Beat Cafe is decorated with big black and white photos and seems to have a constant techno soundtrack on the go. However, don't let that make you think it's an uncomfortable or overly ...
7 George Street
Being opposite the New Theatre , The Grapes makes for a natural stopping-off point after a show. A beautiful brass and mirror-bedecked watering hole, it is friendly ...
32 Walton Street
Raoul's Bar is an old favorite on Walton Street. It sells the strongest and tastiest cocktails you could want, at very good prices. The music is loud ...
90 Walton Street
The Victoria is another of Jericho's hidden delights. Despite being overshadowed by its louder neighbor Jude the Obscure , The Victoria shouldn't be missed. The ...
Christ Church is the most famous Oxford college, probably the grandest, and certainly the most photographed. Founded as Cardinal College in 1525 by Cardinal Wolsey, the college became ...
St Michael's Street
The Three Goats Heads is a stunning town-center pub. Entering by way of precarious stairs, you find yourself in a light, airy, but somehow suitably seedy cellar bar. The curious ...
1 Broad Street
Boswells' interior may make you feel like you've entered a time warp, but don't be deceived. The wide range of goods on offer are, in fact, very modern and up to date, and its prime location ...
A short walk from the city center takes you to a modern rink with a large ice pad. Skating sessions run daily, with private and group lessons, skate training and Golden Blade ...
Founded in 1621 it originally provided medicinal herbs. Today, the Botanic Garden has evolved into a collection of over 8000 plants in a compact, beautifully ...