How To Get To Brighton
The excellent range of transport links between Brighton
and the rest of the United Kingdom means that the city is
easily accessible from anywhere.
Brighton is under an hour’s drive from London’s
M25 motorway and there are many links by rail, coach and
air from various other cities.
London Victoria station runs two trains every hour
to Brighton and there are also direct links to Brighton from
various other parts of the United Kingdom including Scotland,
the Midlands, and Wales.
travel by train to Brighton within the UK, visit the
website below for timetables and prices:
Brighton Railway Station, another Victorian masterpiece
(pictured left), is located at the north of the town along
Trafalgar and Surrey Street.
The easiest way by Eurostar is to get to London
Bridge (from Brussels) and then take a direct train to Brighton
from there. I believe that the total travel time
from Brussels to Brighton is approximately four hours.
most regular coach service to Brighton from various UK destinations
is via National Express.
The closest (practical) airport for Brighton is Gatwick
which is a half hour drive from the Brighton town centre.
also possible to use fast coaches operated by BAA to shuttle
between the airport and Brighton city centre.