Last week I took a trip to the home of the oldest university in the English speaking world. Oxford's city centre is made up of impressive architecture, cobbled courtyards and picturesque gardens, not forgetting the countless number of historic pubs and quirky cafes.
After exploring a few of the medieval colleges of the University we ventured to The Turn Tavern. Tucked away down one of the cities many winding alleyways, this traditional English pub is definitely one not to be missed!
The rich history combined with the modern buzz brought in by the students, mean this beautiful little city is jam packed with photo opportunities and the elegant buildings make an impressive backdrop for watching the sun go down. Venturing down narrow lanes between the ancient stone walls takes you back in time, leading you to even more hidden gems away from the hustle and bustle.
Before leaving we couldn't pass up the opportunity to indulge in a traditional cream tea for which Oxford is so well known. This wonderful city is definitely one for the top of any travellers bucketlist!
Equipment used - Canon 70D, Canon 10 - 18mm f4.5 - 5.6, Canon 18 - 135mm f3.5 - 5.6, Canon 85mm f1.8.