Buckingham is located in Buckinghamshire and is approximately 16 kilometers from the Northamptonshire border. The town boasts a variety of different pubs and restaurants, offering a host of dining options. This small market town also has a variety of different shops which visitors may enjoy browsing as well. Many of the shops are independently owned. Market days are held on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Visitors will also find there are ample accommodations located throughout the local Buckingham area. The town can be easily reached from other towns situated throughout the local vicinity.
The English town market town of Buckingham is located in the northern part of Buckinghamshire. The town of Buckingham is located about ten miles away from the border with Northamptonshire. The town of Buckingham has a population of about eleven thousand five hundred and seventy two. The town of Buckingham is a civil parish that is also designated as a town council.
Historically the town of Buckingham was a county town and it was declared as a county town in the year 888.
Buckingham is a typical small market town and has a vast number of different pubs and restaurants. There is also a number of shops within the town and these are both independent and national stores. There is a market held within the town on a Tuesday and a Saturday and there is also a farmers market, which takes place on the first Tuesday of the month. The town of Buckingham is twinned with an area of France called Mouvaux.
The town is based around the historic marketplace and this area contains some buildings that date back to the eighteenth century. There is a dismantled railway line that borders the town and there is a medieval well located on the south side of the railway. The well is now dry for most of the year but is was at one time positioned to exploit the spring line, which is below the crest of the slope that faces northwards and overlooks the town.