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If you are on the lookout for a holiday destination which offers many fascinating architectural structures and tempting beaches, then Brighton is the perfect place to visit. Before you start moving, it is very important for you to plan your journey as this will ensure your safety for the entire travel.
There are various ways on how you can get to this magnificent paradise. Below are the transportation options available for you.
By Rail. There are basically two trains headed to the place every hour, which are run by the London Victoria stations. You can also find direct links from various parts of the United Kingdom which include the Midlands, Scotland, and Wales.
By Air. Gatwick Airport is the closest which is only a half hour drive from the town centre. You can also opt to use fast coaches which are operated by the British Airports Authority depending on your preference.
By Bus. The buses coming from London take an approximate of an hour and 50 minutes or 2 hours and 20 minutes to run their routes. They travel per hour between Victoria Coach Station from London and the Pool Valley Coach in Brighton.
By Car. Your getaway venue is 54 miles from the south of London. The estimated travel span is about 1 hour and 30 minutes. The M23 which is located in the South of the M25 orbital motorway will lead you there.
By Sea. You can find a ferry service from the port of Newhaven which operates to Dieppe. Other major ports will include Portsmouth, Dover, Southampton, and Folkstone.
By Eurostar. Getting to the London Bridge is easiest when you use this mode of transport. From there, you can then take a direct train. The average travel time will take about four hours.
“Eligible older and disabled people are entitled for free off-peak travel on local buses anywhere in England”. The Forum of Mobility Centres on the other hand, will offer professional advice for people who have a medical condition or are recovering from an accident.