Bicester Village is located near the Cotswolds at the heart of rural Oxfordshire and enjoys a prime central location in England with exceptional transport links. Also within striking distance are renowned tourist destinations, among them the UNESCO World Heritage Site Blenheim Palace, the National Trust 19th-century Renaissance-style château Waddesdon Manor, and Oxford with its world-famous university and celebrated Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology.
Designed as individually defined boutique stores facing an open-air, landscaped pedestrianised mall, Bicester Village recalls the scale and ambience of the villages of south-east England.
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Bicester Village is home to more than 160 boutiques of British and international fashion and lifestyle brands including Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Breitling, Manolo Blahnik, Burberry, Dior, Gucci, Prada, Smythson and Valentino.
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In 2018 Bicester Village welcomed 7 million guests.
The Village generates amongst the highest densities of any shopping centre (full price or outlet) in the world.
In 2018 Bicester Village was awarded 'Best One Stop Shopping Destination' by Tavel+Leisure India's Best Awards.
Bicester Village is easily accessible from the M40 Motorway and the Bicester Village Shopping Express® coach service travels between London and the Village every day.
Bicester Village Station, adjacent to the Village, enables guests to travel by train directly from London Marylebone in as little as 46 minutes. Trains operate from central Oxford and Oxford Parkway to Bicester Village Station. A train service operates every hour from Birmingham to nearby train station Bicester North, with a dedicated luxury shuttle bus meeting trains and ferrying visitors to and from the Village. A regular bus service also runs to and from nearby Oxford.
Nearby airports include London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, London Luton, Birmingham International and Nottingham East Midlands.