|Distance||292 miles (471 km)|
|Average train duration||4 h 43 min|
|Average train ticket price||£140 (€159)|
|Train frequency||1 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there is 1 direct train a day|
|Train companies||London North Eastern Railway|
Trains from Newcastle upon Tyne to Brighton and Hove cover the 292 miles (471 km) long trip taking on average 4 h 43 min with our travel partners like London North Eastern Railway. Normally, there is 1 train operating per day, including direct services available. While the average ticket price for this journey costs around £140, you can find the cheapest train ticket for as low as £94.
Anyone searching for trains between Newcastle and Brighton will find themselves spoilt for choice. On a typical day there are several trains available every hour, which means travellers can be as flexible as they like. Despite the long distance, most train journeys between Newcastle and Brighton only require one change and take less than 5 hours in total.
The vast majority of trains along this route are provided by London North Eastern Railway. Most of these journeys include one change, though some may require two. Grand Central Trains also offers four or five journeys per day, while First Hull Trains offers up to one journey per day. Both Grand Central Trains and First Hull Trains usually require two train changes per journey.
Travellers visiting Brighton from Newcastle should allow a minimum of 4 hours 20 minutes for their journey. This is the quickest journey time available when travelling with London North Eastern Railway. Journey times vary quite a bit, though, so it’s always best to double-check when booking. The average train journey between Newcastle and Brighton will take around 4 hours 45 minutes. Some connecting services may take longer, depending on the wait times at transfer stations.
On average there are around 45 - 55 trains between Newcastle and Brighton per day. Night trains are available but the journey may take longer than average. Departures are spread through the entire day giving travellers a wide variety of options during daylight hours.
Departure train station: Newcastle Station is conveniently located in Newcastle’s city centre. The station is built above one of Newcastle’s five Metro stations. Following redevelopment in 2013, the newly expanded station boasts a wide variety of modern retail outlets and restaurants.
Arrival train station: Brighton’s main railway station is smaller than Newcastle’s, but is also centrally located just a five-minute walk away from the main shopping district. It offers essential amenities like public toilets, free Wi-Fi and places to eat.
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