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How to get to Brighton
From London Victoria: Southern trains run to Brighton throughout the day and take 1 hour (on the regular express service) and a maximum of 1 hour 30 minutes (standard service).
From London Bridge: Thameslink trains start in Hertfordshire and pass through the city of London and down to Brighton.
From East and West: South Central Trains connect to Brighton with Hove, Worthing, Portsmouth (West) and Lewes and Eastbourne (East).
Gatwick International Airport
is half an hour by road and rail from Brighton. The M23 connects Gatwick to Brighton and the rail link passes through Gatwick train station which is an integral part of the airport.
Heathrow International Airport
is on the M25 which connects with the M23 at Junction 7. There is a direct coach link to Gatwick or you can take the underground Piccadilly line changing at South Kensington for District or Circle Line eastbound to London Victoria and catch a train or coach to Brighton.
From London: The M25/M23 link provides road access from London and the rest of the country.
From East and West: The main A27 and the A259 coast road connect Brighton to the city's West and East. The A259 passes right along Brighton seafront, just above Madeira Drive, the location of the ceremonial finish line.