|Distance||51 miles (83 km)|
|Coach companies||National Express|
Coaches from London to Bicester cover the 51 miles (83 km) long journey with our travel partners like National Express. There are direct coach services available. Travellers depart most frequently from London Victoria and arrive in Bicester, Manorsfield Road.
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National Express is the UK’s leading long-distance coach provider operating over 550 coaches per day and serving over 900 destinations across the UK. National Express also operates coach services to all major UK airports, such as Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton and Bristol, 24 hours a day. All National Express coaches have air conditioning and provide free WiFi access along with onboard entertainment. Most coaches come with seat belts and power outlets at every seat, so you can charge your phone or laptop during a long journey. For your coach between London and Bicester, you can select from three ticket fares: Restricted Fare, Standard Fare, and Fully Flexible Fare.
National Express 's current ticket policies due to COVID-19 for your coach between London and Bicester are the following:
It's a trip of 63 miles from the UK's capital city London to the leafy North Oxfordshire market town of Bicester. The coach accomplishes that journey through the suburbs and Home Counties in about three hours on average. However, if you check the timetable and pick your moment, you should have plenty of opportunity to get to your destination in less than that time.
All coaches from London to Bicester require one change. In most cases this involves a stopover of about half an hour at Gloucester Green bus station, Oxford (which is on the way to Bicester), but several coaches opt for a slightly longer route and change at Milton Keynes Coachway instead. Travelling out of the capital to Bicester can take as little as two hours and 20 minutes for a few evening services, but if you're setting off in the afternoon this can go up to as long as three hours and 45 minutes. The vast majority of journeys, though, are between two hours and 40 minutes, to just over three hours.
There are around 55 coaches a day wending their way between London and Bicester, running from as early as around 4:30 a.m. right the way through to about 8:40 p.m. Travellers can expect as many as three or four departures an hour throughout most of the day, dropping to two an hour in the early morning and evening. The same frequent pattern holds across the weekend too.
Departure bus station: Coaches for Bicester set out from London's Victoria coach station. The centre for coach travel in and out of the capital, this has a large waiting area with seats and benches, as well as places where you can buy snacks, hot drinks, magazines and newspapers. You can even charge your phone on site so you can keep up with your text messages. If you fancy some pub grub before your coach departs, there's a popular eatery just across the road. And if you're getting to the station from the city centre by tube, it's just on your left from the Victoria line exit.
Arrival bus station: Coaches from London to Bicester terminate at the Manorsfield Road stop. You'll find yourself in the main shopping area, with a Sainsbury's and Marks & Spencer close by and a Pizza Express on the corner of the street. You'll also be well placed to explore the historic market square with its picturesque half-timbered houses and medieval St Edburg's Church. Alternatively, catch a bus to the Bicester Village retail outlet or the beautiful green spaces of Garth Park.
National Express is currently the only provider operating along this route. However, customers can rest assured that it offers near blanket coverage for much of the day, with multiple departures every hour.
National Express coaches run from around dawn right through to mid-evening - that's well over half the day. During that time, you'll find at least two coaches departing every hour and often more. Unfortunately, there are no direct services, and in most cases you'll have to change at Oxford before completing your journey.
Passengers on this route can take advantage of a fully flexible fare. This gives you the option of exchanging your ticket for another at a different time or date, as well as the ability to seek a refund up to 72 hours prior to your journey. In terms of luggage allowance, ticket holders can bring one large suitcase or two medium-sized ones, as well as hand luggage such as a tote bag or small backpack. If space allows, folding bikes can be put in the hold. Pets aren't permitted apart from registered therapy dogs and guide dogs. National Express coaches have wheelchair lifts and can make space for disabled passengers. While there's no need to specifically request this service in advance, it's not a bad idea to phone ahead in order to ensure smooth, speedy access to the coach.
Omio customers who travel this route most frequently depart from London Victoria and arrive in Bicester, Manorsfield Road.
Passengers board their coach most frequently from London Victoria and travel around 1.2 miles (2 km) from the city centre to this coach station.
Passengers travelling this route most often arrive at Bicester, Manorsfield Road and need to travel approximately 0.1 miles (174 m) from the coach station to the city centre in Bicester.
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