- Trains to Bicester Village depart from London Marylebone every 30 minutes with, on average, 36 trains per day on weekdays. The journey takes from just 43 minutes on a direct train and off-peak return fares start from £27.10.
Why book with Chiltern Railways?
Right on time
No booking fees
- We are the only train operator to run direct trains to Bicester Village - home to over 160 boutique stores of world famous brands. With fares from £27.10 and a journey time from only 43 minutes, you're not far from the shopping haven offering exceptional savings all year round.
How much is the train fare from London Marylebone to Bicester Village?
Train tickets are from £27.10 for an off-peak day return. You won't need to pay for any booking fees when you book direct with Chiltern Railways
How long does it take to get from London Marylebone to Bicester Village by train?
You can be shopping to your heart's content in just 43 minutes with a direct train from London Marylebone to Bicester Village. Journey times may vary on weekends and holidays.
How often do trains from London Marylebone to Bicester Village?
Trains from London Marylebone to Bicester Village run twice an hour.
Where can I check the journey times for trains from London Marylebone to Bicester Village?
You can check journey times using the live trains function on the Chiltern Railways app, on our website or at your nearest station. You can also use JourneyCheck to view any updates to the service you wish to travel on.
London Marylebone to Bicester Village Train Journey Summary
- Train fares from: £27.10 | Fastest route: 43m | Slowest route: 50m | Average journey time: 48m | Changes: Direct | Train per day: Around 36 | Distance: 49 miles (79 km) | Train operators: Chiltern Railways | Origin: London Marylebone | Destination: Bicester Village
Station locations and facilities
London Marylebone station is located between Paddington and Euston in central London. It has quick and easy transport links to the rest of London. It has quick and easy transport links to the rest of London, with the Bakerloo underground line and plenty of buses stopping at the station. It also has public toilets, WiFi, cash points and plenty of places to enjoy something to eat or drink.
Conveniently located for shopping at Bicester Village, the station has two car parks; between them, they provide 230 standard spaces, plus 18 spaces for passengers with reduced mobility. The station also has parking for 60 pedal cycles and 18 motorcycles.