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Pay £3.20 for a city saver ticket and get round Brighton unlimited travel for a whole day and night. Busses run from Peacehaven over to Portslade and beyond, out past Hove. You can get to see virtually anywhere in Brighton and actually take in the surroundings as Brightons traffic and roads are diabolicle. So usually, if you drive you wouldn't get the chance as you'd be too busy concentrating on the traffic and the huge traffic jams you'll be stuck in on the one way system around the city. Parking in Brighton is a nightmare at times too so the bus takes out the stress and cost of that too. You can then also have a few drinks and not have to worry about the car and not being able to drive.
Written Feb 16, 2008
Brigthon isn't a big city, therefore the whole city and the seafront promenade are best explored on foot.
You may discover a few hidden sights when wandering around. Even Brighton Marina is located only about half a mile east of the Palace Pier and can be reached in about 20 minutes.
Updated Feb 16, 2008
The buses of National Express serve Brighton from London's Victoria Coach Station every hour. The trip takes about 2 hours.
There are also regular direct links between Brighton and Gatwick Airport (30 mins) or Heathrow Airport (90 mins).
Brighton's coach station "Pool Valley" is located opposite to the Palace Pier.
Updated Feb 16, 2008
The easiest ways to get to Brighton is by bus, at list in my case, from Heathrow I had a direct bus connection to downtown the city centre. The service and bus is the same if you fly to Gatwick as well.
Updated Dec 26, 2007
The local transport of Brighton & Hove is easy to use, there are only buses here, no trams or underground but that is sufficient for the basic needs. Anyway, to most places around the centre you can just take a walk.
Written Dec 26, 2007
Brighton does not have it's own airport. At least one that commerial flights use. Have no fear, Gatwick (pronounced 'Ga - wik' by the unwashed masses) is only just up the road towards London. 'London Gatwick', is in fact far closer to Brighton than it is to London. It also has excellent road and rail links with Brighton, direct from the terminal.
Written Jul 10, 2007
Brighton has excellent and frequent rail connections with London. The trip takes about 1 hour. Apart from that there are frequent train services along the coast to Brighton.
Brighton's train station is located at the end of Queen Street about 1 km north of the seafront.
Updated Mar 7, 2007
There are no Tuk Tuks in brighton....seriously.
They run between hove, the station and the Brighton Marina. Cheaper than a taxi. chilli in winter but gotta be fun in summer.
even if you dont use one look out for the various designs...there was a Burberry style one called the CHav mobile or something, others are spotted, chinese dragons and loads of other designs...
Written Nov 18, 2006
Coach is the cheapest way, probably the fastest, to get from London to Brighton and vice versa. National Express and Mega Bus are the two major coach companies in the UK, though the first has a bigger inter-city net.
Mega Bus sometimes offers seasonal FREE seats and you got to watch their website so you can get them.
National Express offers FunFare seats ranging from £1-£4 for single journeys.
Average journey: 2 hours, usually via Gatwick Airport.
Average price: £8-£12.
The bus arrives at Pool Valley, a stop very close to the seaside within a walking distance.
Some buses have toilets and very well-maintained.
You can catch either bus from Victoria Coach Bus Station, next to Victoria Tube Station in zone 1...you can find it in the Tube map.
Written Aug 26, 2006
A fleet of 12 themed Tuc Tuc's have arrived recently in Brighton, carrying passengers along specific bus routes between the Marina and Hove.
These three-wheeled, eco-friendly vehicles are the sort of thing one is most used to seeing in India or Thailand, and are Europes first motorised rickshaw service.
See the website for Routes
Written Aug 8, 2006
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