Train To Brighton
Brighton is a popular and trendy seaside town on the East Sussex coast around 60 miles from London. Direct rail links from London Victoria, London Bridge, Ashford in Kent and Portsmouth in Hampshire make Brighton easily accessible throughout the South East.
Train to Brighton
Train to Brighton Stations
Brighton has one central station, but there are also some smaller stations: London Road is a suburban station serving the residential area around Ditchling, Mouslecoomb station serves the namesake campus for Brighton University, and Falmer station just outside brighton serves Sussex University and Brighton Universities Falmer campus.
Train to Brighton From...
A Train to Brighton from London take just under an hour from London, 6 straight trains run every hour. Eastbourne is only 30m-40m away by train, 3 services every hr including 2 direct. A Train to Brighton from Bouremouth take 2h 19, changing at Souhampton Central which takes 1h 45, 1direct train leaves every hour. You can also get a train to Brighton from Portsmouth & Southsea in 1hr 15, 2 trains every hour including 1 direct. From Canterbury West station 2 trains run every hour, changing at Ashford, taking 2h 16.
Why Take a Train to Brighton?
With its iconic pier, pebble beach, fashionable streets, stylish marina and sea life centre you can see why Brighton has remained one of the countries most popular destinations. A walk out to sea on Brighton Pier hearing the sea underneath you and the fresh sea air is an exhilarating experience and the view back to the impressive sea front buildings. An abundance of boutiques selling one off items awaits visitors walking through the ‘Artists Quarter’. Here is a great opportunity to pick up some unique art work and meet some amazingly talent individuals. You can also fine many pieces of work being sold in cafes and bars.
Wandering round the UK’s largest marina with over 1600 berths you can admire some fine boats, take advantage of the outlet shopping and the waterfront location has a wealth of fine dining with a truly international choice from Chinese to Indian back to the British classic fish and chips!
The Brighton Sea Life Centre, opened in 1991, is a chance for all the family to get up close and personal with creatures from the sea and learn about their natural habitat and conservation that is going on to preserve their well being.
All year round there is something going on in Brighton from the London to Brighton charity bike ride to pride festival, musical events on the beach and in the many surrounding parks.