TOURISM board Experience Oxfordshire has launched its 2019 Visitor Guide to the county, boasting 'more content than ever before'.

The guide’s 96 pages are packed with features on what to see and do, including articles on Oxford’s history from 911, through to features on food and drink, shopping, and exploring the county by bus across West Oxfordshire to Burford and south towards Henley.

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Hayley Beer-Gamage, chief executive of Experience Oxfordshire, said: “ The 2019 Visitor Guide showcases some of the many things there are to see and do across Oxfordshire and the city of Oxford, providing consumers with inspiration on places to stay, places to eat and much more – as well as some hidden treasures.

"The guide particularly focuses on coming to Oxfordshire for a longer stay, which is part of our destination strategy to get visitors to explore and enjoy both the city and the county.”

The guide provides insights into Oxford nightlife, student life, the best places for afternoon tea, and Oxfordshire’s quirkiest traditions.

It also features weekend and day-trip itineraries.

The tourism industry in Oxfordshire is said to be worth £2bn a year.