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Oxford Canal, Oxford

Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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4.4/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
Take a stroll along Oxford Canal, a serene walking spot connecting with the River Thames. Despite being one of the most crowded canals in the area, this popular boating route retains a calm, natural setting. Learn about the canal's history from panels along the basin, and discover how the structure was built over 20 years, with the final section opening in 1790. Stop at the nearby pub if you feel peckish. Put Oxford Canal at the forefront of your travel plans using our Oxford trip builder.
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  • I really enjoyed an afternoon of wandering down the Thames walking path that runs along the canal and the river. 
  • I loved walking along the canal. So pretty and peaceful.Stop anywhere for a beer. Impossible to get lost! 
  • We took a lovely stroll alongside the canal, very peaceful and a beautiful setting with lots of happy boaters enjoying the day. 
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