Travel to Brighton from London Victoria with Southern trains.
The vibrant city of Brighton attracts millions of visitors every year, and it’s easy to see why. Packed full of iconic attractions, beautiful beaches, buzzing nightlife, fantastic shops and restaurants, there is certainly no shortage of fun things to do in Brighton.
Plus, at less than 50 miles out of London, getting to Brighton couldn’t be easier. Hop on a train and stroll along the famous pier with the kids, enjoy the buzzing LGBTQ+ party scene or explore the maze of independent cafes and quirky shops.
Getting to Brighton
We know that Brighton days out should be as enjoyable and stress-free as possible. That’s why we operate a number of regular services to this fantastic city - so you can spend more time planning what activities to do, and less time worrying about the travel.
Getting to Brighton from London Victoria and London Bridge takes around an hour, so you can be out exploring in no time. Or if you’re coming from the south coast, you can hop on a train from Southampton to the west or Ashford International to the east – or any point in between.
From 21 May 2023, our new timetable means more journey options from Hastings and Eastbourne to Brighton with improved connections and a better frequency of services by spacing trains out more regularly.
Looking to save money on the train fare? We’ve got you covered. There are several ways to cut the cost of your train ticket to enjoy Brighton days out for less. For instance, travel at Off-Peak or Super Off-Peak times to enjoy up to 1/3 off adult fares, and up to four kids can travel for just £2. Or, why not see if you’re eligible for a Railcard - plenty of people are – and take advantage of discounted fares. Those wanting to make a day of it with a group of friends, travel outside busy periods in a group of 3-9 adults to obtain a 1/3 off with GroupSave.