There are a number of staffed Visitor Information points within the city where you will be able to access advice and maps for your visit. Click here for details.
Many of the walkways are level and the seafront has wide level paths with a selection of ramps and steps.
For information on parking costs and locations, please click here.
Disabled parking bays are available throughout the city, please click here for more details.
Brighton is a very dog-friendly area and there are tourist attractions, cafes and beaches where they will be welcomed.
Located on the pebble-lined coast of East Sussex, Brighton is a vibrant city adorned with beautiful architecture and home to a thriving cultural scene.
A favourite day trip destination for Londoners (get the right train and you could be there in less than an hour!), the city is bustling with independent shops, eateries, tourist attractions and, of course, the beach!
Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom
Via website: https://www.visitbrighton.com/information/contact-us
Brighton is approximately a 1.5-2 hour car journey from London.
Travelling from London, follow the A4 to M4, then take the M25 and M23 to the A23 in West Sussex. Follow the A23 to Brighton.
If travelling from the East or West, take the A27.
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Brighton is well connected and there are lots of ways to travel to and around the city.
Train: The journey time from London to Brighton is just under an hour, and there are regular services departing from London Bridge and London Victoria. Other train services from the east coast and west coast travel into the city.
Bus: To plan your bus route in the city, please click here.
Cycling: For city cycling routes, please click here.
Brighton has everything you would expect to find within a city - hotels, shops, food & drink establishments, plus more!
There are numerous public toilets available, including accessible toilets. Click here for a list.
The city is steeped in art, music and history and there is lots to see and do. You could take a look at the exotic Royal Pavillion, be mesmerised by Brighton West Pier, or reminisce at the Brighton Toy and Model Museum.