Ways of getting to Abingdon-on-Thames
Abingdon-on-Thames is located in the centre of England on the River Thames. It 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, the Uffington White Horse and mysterious Stonehenge.
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Abingdon-on-Thames does not have a railway station but there are several stations close-by which link up with regular bus services to Abingdon. Stations Radley – 3 miles then number 35 […]
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 […]
Abingdon-on-Thames has good major road links, with the A34 running close by, linking to the M4 in the south, and with Oxford and the M40 to the north. Visit the AA […]
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 […]
Sustrans national cycle routes will bring you to into the centre of Abingdon and your journey here will take you through peaceful and rolling countryside. There is some road cycling […]
Three main bus operators run services in Oxfordshire to Abingdon-on-Thames. Each offers real-time information, social media announcements and a phone app. Oxford Bus Company – 01865 785 400 X3/X13 – […]
Traveline offers planning, guidance and information on all public transport throughout the British Isles and will help you plan your journey. Rail Services Abingdon-on-Thames does not have a railway station. […]