The tradition of Oxford - The Oxford University Cricket Club in action - image credit BreakingStereotypes.org
As ranked by the producers of the Breaking Stereotypes documentary series
Destination: Oxford, England
Interesting website for the city: VisitOxfordAndOxfordshire.com and Oxford.gov.uk
Is it easy to navigate around? Yes, by foot, bike, bus or car it is easy to find your way around the city. 2
Hostels and Hotels (few, many, tons): Many options which includes the possibility of staying in college rooms at the University of Oxford! 1
Best part of the city? Hard to get around the cliché of choosing the University of Oxford with its various college campuses.
Interesting Fact: There are way too many to mention just one with many linking to the university itself. However what is cool is the ongoing boat race rivalry between the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge rowing teams - TheBoatRaces.org #tradition
Local University? University of Oxford - ox.ac.uk
Any interesting business or enterprise happenings? Business in Oxford - BusinessInOxford.com - is an event that is held to highlight the business potential of the Oxfordshire region.
Is it a good travel destination for young adventures? Yes after-all it is one of the most famous student destinations in the world. 2
Climate: It's England...
Would you live there forever? If my career was education based then yes...
Any funny experiences whilst you were there? Not funny but awesome, whilst walking through the University Parks - during a week day - I managed to watch the Oxford University Cricket Club - CricketInTheParks.org.uk - in action.
The tradition of Oxford - Oxford University Cricket Club - image credit BreakingStereotypes.org
OriginalSteps.com travel and gap year/year out ranking criteria –
2 points for yes
0 points for no
Max points 6
1. Is the destination easy to navigate around? Yes or No
2. Hostels and Hotels (few, many, tons): 0.5, 1 and 2 points respectively
3. Is it a good travel destination for young adventures? Yes or No