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Oxford is a city steeped in history and culture, and widely known for its prestigious university. The city presents endless opportunities for exploration, with an exhaustive list of historical buildings, museums and galleries. The city also has a vibrant social scene, making it a fantastic destination for budget car rental visitors.

Most visitors start their tour at Oxford University. The university was the country’s first, and remains as one of the world’s prestigious. The campus is known for its historic buildings dating back to the 12th century. Harry Potter fans will enjoy visiting Trinity College where parts of the movie was filmed. Cheap car hire in Oxford can be booked online.

Some of the other main points of interest include the Museum of Natural History and the Ashmolean Museum. For a more contemporary exhibition, the Modern Art Oxford Gallery never fails to inspire, and bookworms will be lost for words on entering the expansive Oxford University Press bookshop. All of the interesting sites in Oxford are easily accessed by car rental.

Oxford has a vibrant entertainment scene, jam packed with pubs, bars and a wide range of eateries. The student population keeps the atmosphere abuzz, adding to the appeal of the city as a budget car rental holiday destination. Cheap car hire in Oxford is an enjoyable way to see the sights in style.

If you have arranged car hire in Oxford you are free to stray from the city and explore the fertile countryside that lies beyond. There are also a number of interesting sites within easy reach if you are travelling by budget car rental, including Salisbury Cathedral and Warwick Castle.