If you are arriving or departing from Brighton by coach or public bus you will almost certainly start or finish your journey at Brighton Pool Valley Coach Station, the central bus station, only moments away from the beach and pier.
The bus station serves both local areas and the rest of the UK. Locals can make use of services to University of Brighton and University of Sussex campuses, as well as attractions further afield, such as Beachy Head (Eastbourne), and the resorts of Bognor Regis and Worthing. National Express coaches connect Brighton to the capital city of London (arriving at Victoria coach station) in just two hours at a fraction of the price of rail, making for a relatively inexpensive travel. From London travelers can spread out to just about anywhere in the UK.
For more detailed information, including maps and national and local buses in Brighton see our guide to Brighton Bus Station.
For International destinations such as Brighton to Paris, Brighton to Warsaw and Brighton to Amsterdam you may be interested in looking at Eurolines who connect 41 European cities. Eurolines cheapest fare is 15 GBP between cities with their funfare promotion. You can also buy a 15 day unlimted bus pass for Europe for as little as 175 Euros. For more details see the Eurolines European Bus Pass
If you are arriving or departing from Brighton by train, you will be using Brighton Train station on Terminus Road. Brighton Train station is a 10 minute walk from the famous Pier, and provides a good service to to the rest of the country, including London, Gatwick and the North of England. For more detailed information, including maps, national and local trains from Brighton see our guide to Brighton Train Station.
If you are travelling to Brighton by car, you have several options on what to do with your car when you get there. If you are only visiting for the day and you would like to park for free then you can use the Brighton Park and Ride facilities (no overnight parking) located to the North of the city centre. If you are just visiting for a few hours then you might want to use one of the car parks located within around the city. For more detailed information on parking including maps see our guide to Parking in Brighton.
If you decide you would like to spend a little longer in Brighton to soak up the atmosphere and visit a few more attractions why not check out some of the Brighton Hotel Deals and see if anything takes your fancy?
London to Brighton Veteran Car Run
(Mon 06th Nov, 2017)
The event takes place on the first Sunday of every November and features vintage cars driving from London to Brighton.