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Tours to Bicester Village

In the district of Cherwell, Northeast Oxfordshire in England, Bicester is an urban and civil parish.

Because this old market centre is one of Oxfordshire’s fastest growing cities, The M40 road connecting London, Birmingham and Banbury has been facilitated by its proximity to junction 9. There are also good road connections to Buckingham, Oxford, Kidlington and Witney, as well as two-axis railway stations; Bicester North and Bicester Village. 

The village is therefore easy to reach. The history of Bicester dates back to the times of Saxony. The name Bicester has been used since the middle of the 17th century. The city has a long history of military connection, since Bicester served as the headquarters of the parliamentary forces during the Civil War (1642–49). So, there are several local and national shops in historical shopping streets including cafés, pubs and restaurants and especially Sheep Street and Market Square. Cross-passed Sheep Street now has parking in the vicinity. 

And, Alexander McQueen, Anya Hindmarch, Coach, N. Peal, Temperley London, and Smythson are the first stores in the world in Bicester Village. Vivienne Westwood, Yves Saint Laurent and Tod’s and Diane von Furstenberg as well as the classic Mulberry, Salvatore Ferragamo, Dunhill and Bally are world-famous brands. The White Company, Cath Kidston, Lalique and other luxurious shops offer beauty products from among others, L’Occitane and Penhaligon. 

Bicester Village Shopping Tours

Another offer of the city centre is weekly markets, farmers’ markets and an occasional French market on Fridays. This pretty historic market is literally the preview of what people are interested in. Yes, we’re talking about the Outlet Centre. The designer centre of Bicester Village Shopping Centre, just across Pingle Field and one of the biggest garden centres in the UK is located in the south of Bicester and beyond. Bicester Village is closer than you think. In addition, it is just one hour from London. More than 160 world-famous brand boutiques are in this luxury destination opposite to exceptional value for money saving up to 60% on the recommended retail prices all year round.

Things to do in Bicester Village

the Village offers luxury services including Valet parking, Hands- free Shopping, the award-winning Bicester Visitor Centre and onsite tax refund and money exchange service, as well as a selection of restaurants and cafes.

Besides, Individual luxury boutiques offer more than you expect and restaurants and cafés offer the perfect setting for a shopping day out. The luxury shopping centre Bicester Village is among the most popular tourist destinations in England for foreigners and attracts over six million visitors every year. Noteworthy, it is competing with Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London. 

Bicester Village Shops

However, it’s not just for tourists. Mode editors and journalists are visitors on a regular basis, as is Kate Middleton, Cambridge Duchess. Once it was spotted to buy Prince George pyjamas. Everyone likes bargaining whether you’re a royal or a Vogue editor, it doesn’t matter. It’s not as big as the Woodbury Common Outlet Mall in upper New York, but that’s precisely the point. This is just the right thing. It is a commercial version of a lovely English village with barnyards in a row. Shopping streets are now 1,2 miles long and the same as the Champs Elysee in Paris and Oxford Street in London. But Bicester offers not only just fashion, but also good food mood. Food suppliers, too, present hot noodles on the high street, “gourmet hot chocolates” and creatively made crepes.

There’s also a Bubbles Bros tuk-tuk that offers prosecco for glass fibre. Other food chain stores like Itsu, Le Pain Quotidien and Pret offer quality meals as you already know. Furthermore, the restaurant Soho House also hosts taste seekers under the Farmshop guise. In conclusion, England now has its very own Simon Malls that give a great joy not only for the shop lovers but also for a family day out at the weekends or in free, lazy, less crowded weekdays. As a result, Let us take you there and hunt further discounts.

Bicester Map