|Avg. Train Duration:|
1 hours 19 minutes
|Train Ticket Price:||£21|
|Trains depart from:||London|
|Trains arrive in:||Brighton|
|Train Companies:||Thameslink, Southern|
With direct trains from London stations running every hour throughout the day, and a journey that takes less than ninety minutes on most services, it's quick and easy to catch a train between London and Brighton. Whether travelling for business or pleasure, numerous direct trains give passengers flexibility when planning their travel.
This route is serviced by Gatwick Express, Southern and Thameslink. Thameslink operates most of the trains with several scheduled per hour at busy times during the week. Thameslink trains depart from London St Pancras. Southern and Gatwick Express services depart from London Victoria.
The fastest service is operated by Gatwick Express and takes just 52 minutes direct from London Victoria to Brighton Railway Station. Most other services take between an hour and 1 hour 20 minutes.
This is an extremely busy route and you will often find trains leaving every ten minutes from the London St Pancras or London Victoria. The service begins just before 6:00 a.m. in the week and operates until after 10:00 p.m. Expect to find trains leaving from both London St Pancras and London Victoria every hour. You'll never have to wait too long for the next services on this popular and direct line for commuters and day-trippers alike.
Departure train station: London St Pancras and London Victoria are both two of the biggest and most important transport hubs in London. You'll find all of the facilities and amenities you'd expect to be on offer in the capital's key stations, including shops, eateries, coffee kiosks, newspaper outlets, retail outlets, trolleys, waiting areas, ticketing desks, digital information screens, accessible toilets and more. Accessing the stations is made easy with the London Underground, buses and taxis linking to the station and many of the city's main attractions are also just a short walk away.
Arrival train station: Brighton Train Station is where all services will terminate. This handsome terminus station is just fifty miles away from London and located directly in Brighton, on Queens Road. You'll find buses, taxis and a car park directly outside, with clear walking directions to main town attractions. Inside there are food and retail outlets, coffee concessions, ATMs and payphones, digital information screens, ticketing facilities, waiting areas, trolleys, accessible toilets and more.