Thames Valley Taxi

Settled in Abingdon, our headquarters is at the heart of Vale of White Horse. We have superlative position to serve South Oxfordshire’s largest cities, villages and Business Parks.


SUN TAXI proposes a deep variety of services for both private and business customers including airport transfers and international travel following wedding events and other affairs, that are AVAILABLE 24/7 all year round.

We propose MERCEDES E-CLASS saloons, licensed and experienced drivers including LADY DRIVERS who are available on demand.
We are ADAPTABLE and can arrange the service and the price according to the customer’s needs.

Abingdon-on-Thames, also known as Abingdon, is the historic, modern bustling market town situated in the rural area of Oxfordshire. Abingdon is a real delight to explore and our Abingdon Taxi will help you. Here, you can stroll around the town and steep in the wealth of architecture, historical treasures, shopping, independent stores and, certainly, the beautiful Thames river. The town is famous for its fascinating sightseeings, ancient streets, the riverside walks, the gourmet raptures and the annual festivals.

Abingdon-On-Thames has a thrilling museum housed in a sophisticated building with stunning rooftop sights overlooking the Town and beyond. There are also charming places to eat, and attractions to entertain the whole family. Here, in Abingdon you can find so many places to visit and things to do, including gardens, riverside parks and an option of leisure activities including swimming, boating, fishing, tennis, waterside pubs and a Monday farmers market.

Among the most famous tourist attractions you can discover with the help of Abingdon Taxi are:

The Nag’s Head. It’s a charming foundation that can be found on The Bridge in Abingdon, with riverside gardens situated in the stunning surroundings on Nag’s Island, positioned in the middle of the Thames under the bridge. A peaceful place amongst the rushes and willows providing a lot of comfortable areas for families and diners to savour the best outdoor dining in Abingdon.

Abingdon County Hall Museum. The County Hall was built in the 17th by Christopher Kempster. The Museum is now a lively and contemporary place, which houses three floors of exhibitions with a diverse collection of local social history and archaeology, ranging from evidence of pre-Roman settlement to a MGB Roadster, one of the last to be produced in the Abingdon factory.

Visitors can enjoy breath-taking sights of the historic town and the surrounding countryside from the rooftop of the Museum, while the newly restored Mouse Hole cellar café provides delicious food and drinks, with special Rooftop Teas during the summer period. With changing thrilling exhibitions and particular events all year round, the Museum is a must see point for anyone visiting Abingdon.

A few more historic and breath-taking buildings you may have the intention to explore by Taxi Abingdon will include:

Abbey Buildings, Trendell’s Folly, The lost Abbey Trail, St. Helen’s Church, The Abbey Gateway, St. Nicolas Church and Long Alley Almhouse.

Abingdon has a captivating and iconic 400-year-old tradition of bun throwing. The buns are always specially baked for this occasion with a crown design on the top, and are often fought for, hoarded and preserved by local families and visitors.

Here you can find a family run company provided first-class entertainment on the Royal River Thames. The visitors can enjoy a variety of extremely popular pleasure trips through some of the most fascinating scenery in England.

In this town you can travel back in time to the golden age of the Great Western Railway. It’s the place to savour the sights, sounds and smells of steam as you explore this 25-acre living museum with trains dating from Victorian times to the 1960s. This is a real sight to take unlimited rides on steaming days, explore the original 1932 engine shed and distinguish magnificent, preserved locomotives – you can even climb onto the footplates of them! Visitors can see surviving track from Brunel’s broad gauge, discover painstakingly restored buildings and learn more about the development of railways and how they changed everyday lives.

Well-ventilated, huge carriage shed houses vintage calling up bygone eras and discovering the VIP Saloon reputed to have been used by General Eisenhower during the preparations for D-Day and later used in the GWR Royal Train.

Only here you can visit the small artefacts Museum containing 1000s of exhibits including nameplates, signals, tickets, distinctive posters and beautiful models that reveal the story of the Great Western Railway – the display of vintage tinplate models and other traditional toys with GWR connection is especially popular.

You can relax over lunch or enjoy a snack in the refreshment rooms and don’t forget to pick up a souvenir in the gift shop. The modern trains running past the centre complete the picture and mean you can experience 180 years of railway progress in just one day!

The Monday Charter Market. It is the market where local food producers, craftworkers and retailers sell their goods. This Local Market gives Abingdon shoppers the chance to sample foods, beers and crafts from Oxfordshire and the nearest counties.

The best way to enjoy nature in Abingdon is to visit Abbey Meadows by Taxi Abingdon. There are tennis courts, a nine-hole pitch & putt golf course, crazy golf, well-equipped play area, interactive water feature

Visitors can enjoy breath-taking views of the town’s nature. Here you can explore Abbey Meadows Outdoor Pool. It provides a safe environment for all the ages to enjoy water fun on a hot day. The spot also offers heated outdoor pools, golf and a play area.  This newly renovated pool is heated to make every swim for all, an enjoyable experience, whatever the weather.

All sightseers can explore splendid historic streets. The Abingdon Historic District spans Main St. from East to West, includes parts of Valley St. and extends as far south as South Church, East Park, and South Pecan sts. The district extends into the neighbourhoods on either side of Main St. Advance Abingdon Main Street Organization is located in the Abingdon CVB Building, Historic Hassinger House. The most breath-taking streets are East St. Helen Street, Ock Street and Stert Street.

Abingdon offers accommodation of all kinds from traditional hotels in the town centre, B&Bs to elegant townhouses, advisable present-day hotels near the chief routes and enchanting rural B&Bs in the surrounding countryside.

There are also holiday accommodation in or close to the town centre, such as the Crown and Thistle Hotel Cosener’s House Hotel B&Bs on East St Helen Street Abbey Guest House Brewery Tap pub.  Somewhat to the West of the town centre there is a Premier Travel Inn and the Hilton Garden (Oxford) Abingdon Hotel .

The closest airport to Abingdon is London Heathrow Airport. It takes 1 h 43 m to get from Abingdon to the airport.

When travelling from other places, around the town or exploring the town itself, it’s always easier to take Taxi Abingdon!