Brighton has an excellent, award winning transport infrastructure both within and to/from the city. The information shown below highlights the variety of ways in which you can get to the city.

Brighton is just under an hour from London Victoria or London Bridge. There are strong links to the rest of the UK including direct trains from the Midlands, the North, the South West and Wales. The Eurostar train service can deliver European visitors to our city via Ashford International or St Pancras of which both are a direct train ride from this station.

For up-to-date timetable and prices for train travel please visit nationarail.co.uk

Brighton is easily reachable from most parts of the country via the M25. The A27 is the main route from areas west or east of Brighton on the South Coast. From central London, Brighton is approximately 1 hour journey time.

National Express offers a direct coach service between Brighton and both London Heathrow and London Gatwick International Airports, with a service every half hour. There is also a direct service from London Victoria Coach Station along with many and other cities across the UK.

The Brighton stop for the conference venue is ‘Brighton Pool Valley’ which is a 2 minutes walk from the Brighton Waterfront Hotel (walking west along the seafront). You can book your tickets from National Express www.nationalexpress.com and get live updates of times from coach tracker at coachtracker.nationalexpress.com

Brighton is just 30 minutes by road or rail from London Gatwick International Airport, and just 90 minutes by road from London Heathrow International Airport. There are fast coach links between Heathrow, Gatwick and Brighton. These two large international airports serve routes from all over the globe.