Getting to Brighton from all over the world could not be easier! We are located on the south coast of England, only 53 miles (85 kilometres) from London and sit in the heart of the city. View us on google maps!
London Gatwick Airport has scheduled routes to over 170 cities world-wide. It is located approximately 28 miles (45 kilometers) from Brighton and can be reached in half an hour by either road or rail (a railway station is located inside the airport terminal).
London Heathrow Airport has more international connections than any other airport in the world. It is 90 minutes drive from Brighton using the motorway, or just under two hours using underground train to London Victoria railway station, and then fast express train service to Brighton. Fast coach services also run from both airports to Brighton coach station; 5 minutes walk from the Brighton Centre.
Brighton is connected to all areas of Britain via the Inter-City rail network, and is only 52 minutes direct from London Victoria. The Gatwick Express departs London Victoria to Gatwick every 15 minutes and the fastest connection onto Brighton takes just 28 minutes. There are frequent rail services into Brighton and the railway station is centrally located; 10 minutes walk from the Brighton Centre.
European delegates wishing to bring their cars can use one of the many car ferries to Britain. Brighton is Britain’s closest conference venue to the Continent, being approximately 2 hours driving time from the ferry ports of Dover and Folkestone, and only 30 minutes from Newhaven.
European delegates now have the option of travelling on the Eurostar service to St Pancras International where there is a direct train service to Brighton. Cars can brought over by using the Eurotunnel from Calais to Folkestone (channel crossing time only 35 minutes).
Buses and taxis are plentiful throughout the city, 24 hrs a day. Buses run from all over the city and neighbouring towns regularly to the city centre where the Brighton Centre is located.
There is no need for costly and complicated shuttle bus operations in Brighton due to the ‘walkability’ of the compact city.
Major improvements to the M23/M25 link means that dual carriageways run continuously from the M25 London orbital motorway to within two miles of the heart of Brighton