London to Brighton
by Train

Going from London to Brighton by train is easy. There are several trains an hour from either London Victoria Station or London Bridge Station. The journey time is either just under or just over an hour, depending on the number of stops. Some London to Brighton trains stop at Gatwick Airport but not all of them.

Photo of Brighton Railway Station (c)

London-Brighton trains run from very early in the morning until about 11-11.30pm, meaning that a good long day out in Brighton from London is possible. The normal train fare costs almost twice as much as the bus fare, but the bus takes twice as long.

Brighton Railway Station

Brighton Railway Station is fairly central, and from the station it is a straightforward and easy 10-minute walk to the seafront.

London to Brighton Train Times and Routes

Check the current times and prices of trains from London to Brighton on the National Rail Enquiries website. You can often find the best train ticket prices online at the Raileasy website.

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