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Trains to Brighton

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Brighton is a Victorian seaside town located on the south coast of the UK. The city is small but has a big character and it’s history of alternative and fun living is still alive and well today. Cosmopolitan and liberal you will find many worthwhile things to do during your visit.

Southern runs regular services to Brighton along the South Coast and from Central and South London stations, and we have fantastic cheap Advance train tickets available between London and Brighton.

You can now go anywhere in Brighton and Hove by bus for just £3 unlimited travel all day and all you have to do is make sure you arrive by train and board the bus outside Brighton station.

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There's so much to see and do in Brighton, so just hop on the train with a friend and you'll get 2FOR1 discounts at loads of top Brighton attractions, restaurants and nights out.

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