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Ways of getting to Abingdon-on-Thames

Abingdon-on-Thames is located in the centre of England, on the River Thames and makes a great base for a holiday in the UK. London is about an hour away and many famous attractions can be visited as an easy day trip, such as Royal Windsor, Shakespeare's Stratford, the ancient ridgeway and the mysterious Stonehenge.

Traveline offers travel advice and guidance to help with planning a journey to get here and to travel around once you are here. This is a useful service and app as it shows walking distance between each transport method.


Traveline offers planning, guidance and information on all public transport throughout the Britsih Isles and will help you plan your journey. Rail Services Abingdon-on-Thames does not have a railway station. There are several stations close-by which link-up with regular bus services to Abingdon: Stations: Radley – 3 miles Oxford – 7 miles Oxford Sation is closed until 29th July 2018 with a few...
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There are three main bus operators which run services within Oxfordshire to Abingdon-on-Thames: Each has real-time information, social meda anouncements and a phone app. Clean air policies keep all buses electric or hybrid. Oxford Bus Company        01865 785 400  Oxford, Abingdon and villages X3/X13 every twenty minutes late evening and every ten minutes in the day, number 5 bus from Oxford rail...
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The Sustrans national cycles routes will bring you to into the centre of Abingdon; your journey will take you through peaceful and rolling countryside. There is some road cycling and the route through Radley and also towards Milton Park is less suitable for children now with volume and speed of traffic. The local cycle route the Hanson Way runs from Oxford to Didcot via Abingdon. This involves...
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The River Thames is the longest river in England and runs from the Cotswolds to London – 210 miles 340 km of glorious riverside scenery running through areas of outstanding beauty. For more information on Mooring in Abingdon please see the Vale of White Horse District Council's website here  Hire Boats Abingdon offers day boat hire – ranging from self-driven small electric and motor boats to...
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Coming to Abingdon by car
Abingdon-on-Thames has good major road links with the A34 running close by, linking to the M4 in the south. The A34 runs north to Oxford and the M40. A short drive through the Cotswolds to Gloucester or Cheltenham leads to the M5.  Visit the AA Route Planner to plan your journey to Abingdon. When arriving during Abingdon Fair in October or for the air show or one of the local festivals please...
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There are several airports within the South of England which are within easy reach of Abingdon-on-Thames, and are serviced by good rail, bus and road links. Birmingham Bournemouth Bristol Gatwick – London Heathrow – London Luton – London Oxford – flights to and from Edinburgh, Dublin, Isle of Man and Jersey only Southampton Stansted – London In planning and choosing a flight always consider ...
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Getting to Abingdon by train
Abingdon-on-Thames does not have a railway station, however, there are several stations close-by which link up with regular bus services to Abingdon: Stations: Radley – 3 miles then 35 bus Oxford – 7 miles then 4 bus Didcot Parkway – 8 miles then X2 bus Rail timetables: National Rail Enquiries Great Western timetables Plan your journey. Rail can be cost effective when booked in advance, possibly...
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