London to Brighton

Brighton, repinned from

Photo (c)

Taking a day trip from London to Brighton gives visitors chance to see one of England's most popular seaside resorts. The town does have other tourist attractions, like the remarkable Brighton Pavilion, a small museum and gallery, and the delightful shopping streets known as the Lanes, but the main reason for going to Brighton is to enjoy a day at the seaside. 

If the weather is fine just jump on a train and little more than an hour later you'll be strolling along the seafront, smelling the ozone, and walking out onto Brighton Pier. There are plenty of eating places including some top restaurants, but many people will want to take the chance to have some good old-fashioned English fish and chips.

What's the Best Way of getting from London to Brighton?

Click on the Photo Links below...




And when you've got to Brighton from London
check this page for:

The Best Things to Do in Brighton

Buy Our Best Day Trips from London Guide

The Ten Best Day Trips from London is a Kindle guide to the most popular attractions in England that can be easily reached and enjoyed in one day. It focuses on the practical information, telling you how to get to your destination by train, by coach, or by driving - and recommends the best choice to make.

For all ten destinations there are direct links to coach and bus timetables, the cheapest fares, and direct booking options for tickets. This travel guide also recommends the best things to see and do in each destination, with links to websites for opening hours and admission prices. 

The Kindle guide includes over 40 colour photos and 11 colour locator maps, showing you where every place is in relation to London.

Buy the guide at Amazon UK, Amazon USA or other Amazon stores worldwide.

Connect with Us on Google+

Recent Articles

  1. Floors Castle

    Dec 26, 16 03:03 AM

    Beyond London Travel visits Floors Castle near Kelso in the Scottish Borders, family home of the Duke of Roxburghe and one of VisitScotland's 5-star visitor attractions, a Scottish Downton Abbey.

    Read More

  2. Beyond London Travel Books

    Dec 04, 16 12:37 PM

    The Beyond London Travel Books page reviews guidebooks, history, mysteries and fiction to help readers enjoy their visits to England, the UK, France, and beyond.

    Read More

  3. Food Trails Book Review

    Dec 04, 16 12:20 PM

    Beyond London Travel reviews Food Trails, a new guidebook from Lonely Planet for the culinary traveller which helps you plan 52 Perfect Weekends in the world's tastiest destinations.

    Read More