If you walk across all the fascinating colleges and old buildings, you realise, that this place is unique and offers a thrilling scenery for movies.
The architecture of each college is stunning and worth a picture.
The rivers running through it, Cherwell and the Thames, create lovely routes to walk through the city. Some student were rowing on the rivers, and the different boats passing down them reminded me, a little, of Venice. This city is full of greenery; I can highly recommend to walk through the Christ Church meadow and the Botanic Garden.
An interesting place to stay in Oxford is the Malmaison hotel, which is actually a converted prison! The rooms are the prisoners cells, on which the original prison doors are still in place.
You may have to think carefully if someone invites you to this hotel! However, this venue is definitely worth checking out, and you can access the grounds even if you are not staying there.
The Freud Bar is also a beautiful bar. On Walton Street are other really nice bars, and relatively cheap, when you compared with London. If you have a spare day or two, this city is worth checking out.