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Buses to Brighton: Overview

National Express operates a regular bus service from London to Brighton, setting off from London Victoria and the airports of Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted. Several direct services operate from Cambridge, taking just over 5 hours, while routes from most other major town and cities across the UK bypass London before continuing on to Brighton, usually at either London Victoria or Gatwick Airport.

Buses to Brighton from the UK: Bus Companies & Departure Cities

Which bus companies go to Brighton from the UK? National Express provide the majority of bus routes from cities in the UK to Brighton


Which bus stations have direct buses to Brighton? There are a couple of direct routes that depart from London per day, although the majority still require a change. There are direct buses that run from Gatwick airport daily.

Tips for Booking Cheap Buses to Brighton

How far in advance should you book buses to Brighton? The varying bus companies on this route release their tickets at different intervals. A general rule of thumb is to book at least a few weeks before, although price fluctuations aren't so extreme with buses on this route as they are for trains.

How much are tickets for buses to Brighton? Depending on when you book, you could get tickets for between €9 and €65.

Bus Station info and getting to the city center

What are the main bus stations in Brighton? Most buses traveling from within the UK arrive at Brighton Bus Station which is at the train station, making it easy for travellers to go forward with onward journeys.

How to get from Brighton bus station to the city center? Brighton station is just a 15 minute walk to the city center. Travelers can also change to a local bus at the station to get into the city center which takes just 10 minutes.

Arriving in Brighton

With its long pebble beach, majestic pier stretching out into the English Channel and glamorous seafront, Brighton is one of Europe's most popular seaside resorts. It started life as a getaway for 18th century aristocrats living in the capital, and there are many historical sites which date from that period. Today, Brighton's a thriving, youthful city, boasting a great nightlife, live music scene, impressive museum selection and more restaurants per head than anywhere in the UK after London.


Important Stations and Airports in and Brighton and Hove

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