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|Avg. Bus Duration:|
2 hours, 9 minutes
|Bus arrives in:||London|
|Buses depart from:||Brighton|
|Coach Ticket Price:||£ 6|
|Bus Companies:||National Express|
There are regular buses from Brighton to London operated by National Express. The first bus departs from Brighton just before 5:00 a.m. and thereafter there is a bus every 90 minutes. The last bus leaves around 11:30 p.m. The fastest direct route takes one hour and five minutes. There are no transfers required.
Departure Station: Brighton to London buses depart from Brighton Pool Valley Coach Station, which is centrally located near the seafront and close to Brighton Pier. There are plenty of local buses that stop near the station and taxi services are constantly available from near the entrance.
Arrival Station: Buses From Brighton to London arrive at Victoria Coach Station on Buckingham Palace Road which is about a 300-metre walk from Victoria Railway Station. It is in the City of Westminster, in the heart of London. There are excellent public transport links including bus, underground and train services all within close proximity. There is easy access to London Taxis, located near to the Coach Station.
Buses from Brighton to London set off from Brighton Pool Valley Bus Station, which is located in central Brighton near to the seafront and Brighton's famous pier. The bus station is approximately a kilometre to the south of Brighton train station, which is serviced by trains from a number of places in the South East of England. Brighton has an extensive network of buses and there are always plentiful taxis around the city.
One of the world's most popular and visited cities, any visitor to London is unlikely to leave feeling disappointed. There are many sights and activities on offer, from art galleries and museums, to football games and the beautiful Royal Parks. View the city from the water by taking a river cruise down the Thames, or from the air by taking a ride on the spectacular London Eye Ferris wheel. Oxford Street is the busiest shopping street in Europe and the place to go for all your shopping needs. If you fancy splashing out on some more extravagant purchases, head to the famous Harrods store.
Buses from Brighton to London arrive at London Victoria coach station, in the western part of Central London. The coach station is nearly adjacent to London Victoria railway station, which forms part of a large public transport interchange which includes local and regional trains and buses, as well as a significant station on the tube network on the Victoria, District and Circle lines. Buses in London run for 24 hours a day and taxis are also on hand round-the-clock.