Oxford, the county town of Oxfordshire in the South East of England, is famous as the home of the oldest university in the Western word. Oxford is an ancient city, with an architectural heritage dating back to Saxon times. Besides the many college buildings, other places of interest include the Bodleian Library and the Ashmolean, History of Science and Natural History museums. As one would expect from a university city, places of entertainment are plentiful in Oxford and include several theatres, such as the New Theatre on George Street, and several cinemas, including two Odeons. Shopping opportunities are plentiful in the town, around Cornmarket Street and Broad Street, and there is a variety of shopping malls dotted around the city and its environs. Oxford is close to some quintessentially English country towns, such as High Wycombe, Aylesbury and Henley-on-Thames. Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare, and the city of Warwick, with its magnificent castle, are less than an hour’s drive away. The Enterprise Rent-A-Car premises are a 20-minute walk, located 1.3 miles outside the city centre on West Way (the A420) Botley Road. Buses travel the route on a regular basis, or you could ask Enterprise to collect you.