Female Couch Surfing in Oxford

Couch surfing in Oxford offers an unrivalled opportunity to immerse oneself fully in the city's vibrant atmosphere. It's not only a cost-effective means of accommodation but it also presents an enriched social experience. You'll have the opportunity to interact personally with locals, who can offer insights into Oxford's rich history, cultural heritage, and hidden gems that only insiders would know. Sharing their space often leads to sharing meals, ideas, and even friendships. You may also meet other travelers from diverse cultures. Conclusively, expect a truly authentic Oxford experience through local lenses that common structured tourism wouldn't offer.

Hosts in Oxford

Anne

Anne

Oxford

Can host for:

3 days

About me

Hi, I'm Anne and I'm interested in animals, books, boozing, cinema, events & social, food & cuisine, history, languages, nature, live music, photography, sightseeing, solo travel and technology

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Bogata

Bogata

Oxford

Can host for:

3 days

About me

My name is Bogata, I'm from Hungary, living in the UK for 8 years, in Oxford for 5 years. I speak English and Hungarian fluently. Also learning German and Spanish. I love animals, hiking, city tours, travelling and exploring.

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Daria

Daria

Oxford

Can host for:

1 day

About me

Hi! I am a Ukrainian artist studying at Oxford. I am traveling a lot and I live in different cities so I will be happy to host someone who needs it in Oxford or whenever I move after the MFA. I can show you the best coffee places around, restaurants, parks and cultural institutions worth to visit.

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Emme

Emme

About Me

Hi, my name is Emme. I am an 18 year old on a gap year, this year I intend to do as much traveling as possible. I wish to see a variety of things, the more different from what I already know the better. My interests are the same as everyone else : culture, food and sight-seeing (especially with things to do with nature).

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Anne

Anne

About Me

Hi, I'm Anne and I'm interested in animals, books, boozing, cinema, events & social, food & cuisine, history, languages, nature, live music, photography, sightseeing, solo travel and technology

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Experiences from Oxford

Local experience

A city of the arts, the theatres have a constant stream of incredible talent and stories. Check out the North Wall arts centre for the best stuff and a matinee at the Old Firestation after lunch at Damascus Rose Kitchen. For free entertainment find a spot to sit outside the Sheldonian in the sun - there’s often a jazz busker outside or radiating choral music from inside to listen to as you people watch or read a charity shop book find (Oxfam started in Oxford and their bookshops are well stocked!)

Posted: October 28, 2023
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Daria

Daria

United Kingdom

Solo travel experience

Oxford is super cinematic, cosy and atmospheric. I feel myself as if I’m a character from a movie here. I love the center where the main colleges are situated, Ashmolean museum and a famous Bodlean library. All - must visit as for me. Ashmolean museum is free to visit. Just across the street there is a super beautiful restaurant “The Alice” - worth to visit for a cup of tea or a lunch. The best coffee - Colombia coffee roaster (Covered market in the centre and Dummertown - quite far), Society, 101 coffee, Jerico roasters. The best and one of the most iconic pub - King’s arms (very stylish). New Dancing Dragon Bar & Restaurant - is quite far from the centre but as for me the best Chinese restaurant, very very good one (better to book a table). On Turl street - super cool hot chocolate. / if you don’t have a lot of time it’s worth to visit Christ church college and the meadow, Worster college and it’s park, Exeter and it’s back yard with a gorgeous view on the Bodlean. By the way Tolkien who wrote Lord of the ring studied there. For the Harry Potter fans : Christ Church, Bodleian Library and New College. There’s a super nice river and it’s possible to rent a boat near the botanical garden (30pounds per 1 hour and after cheaper) but 1 hour is enough. It’s better to find a student with a student card who can show you the colleges and invite you to have a lunch/dinner at the college hall. It’s a nice experience and all the colleges are open and visits are free if you follow the student. Enjoy!

Posted: June 22, 2023
Things to do: 5/5Food: 4/5Budget-friendly: 3/5Safety: 5/5
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