We hopped on a train early Sunday morning to Oxford, which is a little over an hour from Central London. There were no seats left on the train by the time we boarded, but luckily a lot of passengers got off at the first stop and we were able to sit the rest of the ride. As soon as we arrived we stopped at the information desk at the train station and picked up Quick Guide Oxford, which included a map of the area and a walking tour that we relied on during our visit.
Our walking tour began on Broad Street, where we admired Blackwell's Bookshop and Trinity College. We stopped for a quick lunch at The King's Arms, the oldest pub in Oxford dating back to 1607. We also saw Radcliffe Camera, All Souls College, Sheldonian Theatre, and Bodleian Library. Unfortunately, we were unable to tour the inside of the library due to the limited hours on Sundays.
We concluded our day with a quick visit inside The Divinity School. We stocked up on some healthy snacks in the train station and were back in London by dinnertime.