If you plan to rent a coach in Oxford we will be pleased to propose you our service. With us you can hire a coach in Oxford at a very competitive price. We provide all types of coaches suitable for an airport transfer, a sightseeing tour or a multi-day trip.
1CARES.com proposes you in Oxford the rental of coach with driver. We can propose you in Oxford a large selection of coaches as we work with many specialised carriers. Therefore, we can offer you a full range of coaches from a minibus to a large bus capable to comfortably carry from 16 to 82 passengers. All our coaches and chauffeurs are properly licensed and insured in accordance with the rules applicable in the jurisdiction of the service.
Be you a travel and tourism agency, a company preparing a corporate event, an association or a person organising a sightseeing trip in Oxford, we can provide you with a coach you need. Although, some of our coaches may be available for online reservation, due to the individual character of the coach service we advise you to find out about our offer through our quotation system.
If your trip is in our list of pre-defined trips, we will provide you with a quote immediately. If your trip is not listed or you want some particular coach we will come back with our offer within four hours (outside of night hours 22:00-8:00 local time).
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Oxford is a city in England and the administrative centre of the county of Oxfordshire. The city is crossed by two rivers: the Cherwell and the Thames. The first document mentioning Oxford dates from the 10th century. The city counts 167 thousand inhabitants. The University of Oxford founded in 1249 is one of the oldest universities in the world. Oxford is also known for its car production industry established there since 1920 with the creation of Morris Motor in Cowley, south-east of Oxford. Nowadays, BMW produces Mini cars there. The most notable landmarks in Oxford are Carfax Tower and the University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford University Museum of Natural History, the Ashmolean Museum, the Christ Church Cathedral and the Oxford Castle.