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Every woman knows about sales, but not everyone is aware of the existence of outlets. These speci alty stores sell new items from old brand collections from all over the world at great discounts. And the more famous the outlet, the higher the chance to catch a branded item. This is the outlet in London Bicester Village.
Located in Oxfordshire, the Bicester Village Outlet is a bastion of comfort and tranquility in the world of shopping. Surrounded by beautiful landscapes, you can spend the whole day or even the whole weekend here. All year round you can find numerous global brands that have their headquarters in the most famous capitals of the world.
This is not just a discount store, but a whole town of 160 pavilions selling the best clothes and home goods at a discounted price. Numerous cafes and restaurants offer guests delicious meals and relaxation in between shopping.
Here are stores of famous brands such as Hugo BOSS, Alexander McQueen, ASICS, Calvin Klein, Dior,Diesel, Jimmy Choo, D&G, Fossil, Max Mara and more.
The Bicester Village Outlet provides a "hands-free shopping" service for visitors. Thanks to it, you can make purchases in stores easily and freely, and your already bought things will be packed and prepared so that you can pick them up at a time that suits you. It also offers a personal stylist service for guests completely free of charge throughout the working day.
How to get there
Bicester Village Outlet can be reached by public transport by taking the train at London's Marylbone station. From here there is a direct train to the new Bisters Village station. The trip will take 46 minutes. This means that getting to the outlet will not be difficult.
Another way to get here is by car, using the navigator. To do this, the outlet provides a satellite navigation code: OX26 6WD. Or take a taxi.
There is also a Shopping Express bus from central London. Along the way, the bus makes stops at the most popular hotels in the capital. There are two flights during the day, both in one direction and in the opposite direction.