The perfect service for a great day-trip away and a chance to explore a classically English City. Oxford offers fantastic shopping, beautiful views and plenty of history and culture.
In just 1 hour and 45 mins on the 210 and 160 routes, you can be right in the heart of Oxford. So if you'd like to book tickets, use the blue journey planner above and start getting excited about your adventure in this amazing city.
Please note: We are currently running a reduced network, with plans to add to it regularly as demand grows. Because of this, the information on this page may differ depending on your travel dates and any regional restrictions.
Birmingham Coach Station is based in Digbeth and is easily accessed by many routes from around the West Midlands. New Street and Moor Street Rail Stations are just a 10-minute walk away and there are several local bus routes that can drop you right outside the door, should you be travelling from further afield.
On-site, you'll find refreshment areas, toilet facilities and more to prepare you for the journey ahead.
Please take a look at our Birmingham Coach Station facilities for more information.
Oxford Bus Station is conveniently located in the city centre, just across from one of the main high streets, George St. The bus station includes a coffee shop, newsagents and more if you'd like to finish your journey with a little more comfort.
Find out more on our Oxford Bus Station page.
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