Bicester Village is a luxury outlet shopping center just outside of London – the perfect destination for anyone looking to shop until they drop! Located midway between London and Birmingham, Bicester Village is hope to more than 30 luxury retailers, as well as cafes and restaurants such as Farmshop and the Villandry Grand Café. Shoppers can enjoy discounts up to 60% off retail price on brands such as MaxMara, Hugo Boss, DKNY and more. While shops do not accept foreign currency, a currency exchange is available that changes more than 40 currencies. The mall also features a children’s play area, free wi-fi, valet parking, worldwide courier service and a hands free shopping service.
Just a 15-minute walk from Bicester Village is the town of Bicester, where visitors can check out St. Edburg’s Church, the Market Square and the pedestrianized Sheep Street.
Located at 50 Pingle Drive in Bicester, Oxfordshire, Bicester Village is about an hour away from London. Visitors can take the train from London Marylebone and get off at Bicester North or Bicester Town stations. Bicester Town is a short walk from the mall, while a shuttle takes passengers from Bicester North. Alternatively, the luxury Shopping Express bus runs daily (except Christmas Day) from five central London locations: the Cumberland Hotel, the Hilton London Kensington Hotel, the Victoria Coach Station, the Millennium Gloucester Hotel and the Royal National Hotel. The bus departs London twice in the morning and returns twice in the early evening and costs 28 pounds roundtrip.