The Go Green Taxi in Oxford
At Go Green Taxis aim to reduce carbon emissions and save you money, whilst providing a first class taxi service. We employ environmentally friendlier alternatives throughout our whole business practice, to reduce the impact our business has on the environment.
Either a resident or a visitor
Whether you’re a resident or first-time visitor, Go Green is the best way to get you around the City of Dreaming Spires. There is so much to see and do in the city. From visiting the colleges, and perhaps taking in the Harry Potter or numerous other film locations, to punting on the Isis, we can pick you up and drop you off in style. For shopping, let us take you to the Westgate Centre of Clarendon Centre, to Blackwells, to Broad Street or to many of the quirky independent shops, cafes, and restaurants that line the streets.
There’s No shortage n Oxford
We service the Oxford Science Park and Oxford Business Park, as well as all the city center businesses and organizations. There is certainly no shortage of places to stay in Oxford, and we are proud to take our customers to locations such as Malmaison, The McDonald Randolph, and the Vanbrugh House Hotel. You can rely on Go Green to get you in and around Oxford easily, our increasing fleet size makes us the first choice, the Go Green taxi Oxford.
The First Choice for taxis in Abingdon
Abingdon claims to be the oldest town in Britain in the continuous settlement, with evidence of occupation as far back as the Palaeolithic era. The town also has the White Horse Leisure Centre and Tilsley Park for those who prefer to be more active. For shopping excursions, there are several independent shops and the recently refurbished Bury Street shopping center is a bustling hub for a bit of retail therapy. There are many places to stay in the town, such as the Premier Inn, the Crown and Thistle and the Oxford Abingdon hotel, as well as many other smaller establishments. If you are lucky, a visit to the town may coincide with a historic bun throwing ceremony which takes place from the roof of Abingdon Museum. Ock Street is closed to traffic for two days every October for the traditional Michaelmas Fair, and the town hosts the annual Mayor of Ock Street parade which is connected with the tradition of Morris Dancing in the town.