In an hour

I. Broad Street
Broad Street, Oxford From the railway station or coach station, walk to broad street and admire some of the buildings on Broad Street - Museum of the History of Science (Old Ashmolean), Sheldonian Theatre, Clarendon Building and peer through the gates of Trinity College.

II. Hertford Bridge, Bodleian Library and Radcliffe square
Hertford Bridge, Oxford Walk along Catte Strret and you will come across the Hertford Bridge (Bridge of Sighs) on your left. Further ahead on your right you will see the entrance to the Old Bodleian Library on your right. Pop in and take a quick look. Further ahead in front you is the Radcliffe Square with the iconic Radcliffe Camera. The St Mary's church is behind Radcliffe Camera, All Souls College on the left and Brasenose College on the right.

III. Visit couple of colleges: Hertford/Brasenose/Lincoln/Exeter/Jesus/Balliol
Hertford College, Oxford If you have time quickly pop into couple of mid-sized colleges between Broad Street and High Street. On Catte Street, you will find Hertford College with the famour Bridge of Sighs. Brasenose College is on the west side of Radcliffe Square. Walk west along the narrow pedestrian pathway adjoining Brasenose College and you will reach Turl Street with three colleges - Lincoln College, Exeter College and Jesus College.

IV. Covered market: for a quick bite
Covered Market, Oxford The covered market is located between Turl Street and Cornmarket Street - a pedestrian shopping street. Pop in to shop or just look around in one of Oxford nicest covered markets.

V. Carfax Tower and Christ Church
Carfax Tower, Oxford On Cornmarket Street, at the north end. you will find the oldest surviving building in Oxford - the Saxon Tower of St Michael's church. The Carfax Tower is at the south end of Cornmarket Street is another major Oxford landmark. Walking further down along St Aldates you will reach the most popular Oxford College - Christ Church.

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