Abingdon, one of the cities in Oxfordshire region of England, UK, gives the impression of an outer quarter of the city of Oxford, which is 12 kilometers away. Abingdon, a quiet city with a population of 33 thousand, is a city with the grave of George Orwell, one of the famous names in English literature. The Thames River, which passes through Abingdon, which dates back to ancient times and contains items and artifacts from the Neolithic era, dividing London into two, is of commercial importance for the city.
The city where the river transport is carried out is one of the cities on the Great Western Railway project which connects London with two important industrial and commercial areas of the country, Bristol and Cardiff. Abingdon, adjacent to an important educational and tourist city like Oxford, is located on the banks of the River Thames. Helen Church, Abingdon Monastery, Abingdon Bridge, Abingdon Castle, Model Railway Museum and Sutton Courtenay village are important tourist attractions. There is a small airport in the city. Abingdon Airport in the city is reached in 9 minutes by bus number 4.