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Tourist Tracks Oxford MP3 Walking Tours

Three Audio-guided Walks Around Oxford
Narrated by: Warren Clark
Length: 55 mins

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Tourist Tracks MP3 walking tours allow you to discover the UK's finest cities at your own pace. The routes are carefully planned and clearly described so that you can get the best from your time in Oxford.

The Oxford Tour Pack includes three walks: We have three Oxford walks, all of which are included in the tour pack. Highlights of the Medieval City: A 40-minute walk through the ancient city, taking in sights such as the Radcliffe Camera, the Sheldonian Theatre and Merton College.

Christ Church and the River: This walk discovers the delights of Christ Church college, and the beautiful water meadows that surround it. Discover some of the city's best picnic spots!

Outside the Medieval City: Find out about the Oxford Martyrs, the Inklings and much more in this 30-minute walk around some of Oxford's grandest streets.

©2006 Tourist Tracks (P)2006 Tourist Tracks

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  • Vicky Hall
  • 02-11-18

Don't waste your money

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  • dumbledore
  • 09-15-13

Useless.

Would you try another book written by Tim Gillett or narrated by Warren Clark?

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