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Bus from London to Brighton

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Best prices for bus tickets London to Brighton

from £6.00 MORE 2h21m
from £9.70 MORE 2h22m
Other modes of transport available to travel from London to Brighton
from £5.00 MORE 1h15m

Route information

Bus London Brighton

Bus journey London to Brighton

London Brighton bus map

Bus Time 2h19m
Origin London, England
Destination Brighton, England
Distance 47 Miles
Cheapest bus ticket fare: from £76.00
Bus operators: National Express, Eurolines-uk

Bus tickets from London (England) to Brighton (England) can be provided by National Express, Eurolines-uk. We recommend you to have a look at the luggage restrictions and services on board of each operator before buying your ticket.

The price of your coach will vary depending on the operator, when you travel and if you buy your ticket in advance. The cheapest coach that we found for the next 30 days is from £6.00.

It takes on average 2h19m to take the bus from London to Brighton which are 47 miles away from each other. While bus services are often slower than trains or flights, they remain most of the time the least expensive option for your journey.

Discount coach London to Brighton

National Express discounts London to Brighton

National Express offers several opportunities to save money on your ticket when travelling from London to Brighton by bus. As an example you can benefit from cheaper tickets when booking in advance as well as if you choose to use one of the operator's coach cards or specific passes.

If you plan to travel across the United Kingdom for a few weeks, National Express can help you save money using the Brit Xplorer passes. You will be able to travel for a fixed price during 7 (£79*), 14 (£139*) or 28 (£219*) consecutive days.

National Express offers Coachcards for customers aged between 16 to 26, for seniors and for registered disabled customers. It allows card holders 33% off bus fares and only costs £10* a year. In fact if your coach ticket costs £30 or more, the card will pay for itself after only one trip.

Families can also benefit from special discounts with a dedicated Coachcard. Whether you have one (£8* a year) or 2 children (£16* for 12 months), they will be able to travel anytime for free when accompanied by a paying adult.

If you want to travel as a group of four or more in the UK, including for your journey to Brighton from London, you can get 25% on standard fares.

*Fares and discounts observed on 03/02/2017

Discounts Eurolines London to Brighton

If you decide to use Eurolines to travel by coach from London to Brighton, you can pay less on your journey by buying a Discount card. It will save you 25% off standard, flexible and peak fares and only costs £23* for 3 months or £43* for six months. Please note the discounts only apply to the routes across United Kingdom, France, Belgium and Netherlands.

*Fares and discounts observed on 03/02/2017

Other transport alternatives

There are alternative transport methods to coach for travelling between London and Brighton:

London to Brighton trains

London to Brighton flights

Travel information for your bus from London to Brighton

Coach routes are highly popular in the UK: every year approximately 30 million people choose this mean of transport for their vacations and to visit family and friends. Carriers propose attractive prices, usually less expensive than train prices or plane fares. Yet persons must be patient because bus trips are more time-consuming. For example the average journey duration for bus from London to Brighton is 2h19m.

Travelling by coach takes longer than a trip by train yet nowadays operators provide more and more high quality service on coaches. The majority of buses are equipped with comfortable seats, toilets, electrical sockets and air conditioning. On some lines, Wi-Fi is available allowing you to use your computer and tablet during your journey.

With the aim of provide a punctual service bus companies like National Express, Eurolines-uk demand travelers to arrive at the station at least 30 minutes before departure. Passengers should have their identity documents and other travel papers as coach ticket to be ready for inspection at check-in. Remember that for your next travel by bus from London to Brighton, 15 minutes before, boarding is anymore ensured.

Passengers travelling by bus to Brighton are allowed to take up to three pieces of luggage per passenger. Usually operators don't mind what your luggage is packed in: they ask travelers that it's no bigger than a standard large suitcase and weight 20kg maximum. You are authorized to also bring a piece of small hand luggage on the bus with you!

If you have to annul your London Brighton coach travel or if you wish insurance for your bag or be repatriated during your next coach coach, look for information about the National Express, Eurolines-uk insurance for your trip from London to Brighton online directly on the website of the operators.

Things to do in Brighton

Discover the best of Brighton by going to these 6 places

  • The Lanes
  • Brighton Pier
  • Sea Life Centre
  • Brighton Dome
  • Brighton Fishing Museum
  • Foredown Tower

If you wish to spend some time visiting Brighton, we have listed for you some points of interests in order to help you prepare your trip. Your itinerary can change depending on your preferences or whether you're discovering the city with your partner, family or friends but some of these tips can be of interest. Most of these landmarks are free to visit but we advise you to double check, especially as you might be able to buy tickets beforehand to avoid the queues.

The Lanes could be the starting point of your visit as it is among the main things to do for visitors. You can then carry on your itinerary with Brighton Dome and Brighton Pier which are also popular.

You might also continue your itinerary with Brighton Fishing Museum which is another way to discover the city.

If you still have some time, you should visit the Sea Life Centre which is generally appreciated by locals.

Our last advice if you want to get a full picture of the city will be the Foredown Tower. Remember to check out the events, festivals or concerts that you can attend during your trip as it could enable you to meet locals who might be able to provide you with more insights.

Book a coach from London to Brighton

To purchase your London to Brighton bus ticket, you can consult the following coach companies' websites that offer bus tickets between London to Brighton:

National Express

National Express, the reference of coach trips, offers London to Brighton bus tickets from £6. Note that the earlier you book your ticket from London to Brighton, the more likely you are to find cheap tickets.



Eurolines, the European leader of coach travel, offers bus tickets to travel from London to Brighton at attractive prices starting from £10. If you book in advance you can get cheap coach tickets to travel from London to Brighton.

Coach stations to travel between London and Brighton

A lot of buses travel day to day between London to Brighton. They serve the following coach stations: London Victoria bus station, Brighton Pool Valley bus station

Best price found for bus from London to Brighton

Gopili compares prices to find you cheap bus tickets from London to Brighton. Here are the best prices selected for the coming days. You can also have a look at the prices for the Brighton London bus to make sure you get a seat for your return journey.

Journey Price Departure on At Company Searched
£6.00 17/06/2017 17:00 National Express 2 days ago
£9.20 09/06/2017 15:30 National Express 4 days ago
£9.20 17/06/2017 12:30 National Express 2 days ago
£9.20 31/05/2017 15:30 National Express 4 days ago
£9.20 01/06/2017 15:30 National Express 4 days ago
£9.20 27/05/2017 15:30 National Express 2 days ago
£9.20 02/06/2017 14:00 National Express 2 days ago
£9.20 17/06/2017 14:00 National Express 2 days ago
£9.20 28/05/2017 14:00 National Express 1 day ago
£9.20 25/05/2017 14:00 National Express 2 days ago

Best price found for London to Brighton bus tickets for the next 30 days.

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Bus times from London to Brighton

Every day many National Express coaches travel from London to Brighton: you can check coach timetables for your next journey on the National Express website.

The bus company Eurolines allows you to travel between the cities London and Brighton by coach. For more information on Eurolines bus timetables, you can go on the Eurolines website.

Best time to book

Price of a bus London to Brighton depending on when you purchase your ticket
















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Days before Departure

As you can note in the table above, the price of the ticket for a coach from London to Brighton is more expensive the closer you get to your departure day. Purchasing your seat beforehand will enable you to save money as well as avoiding missing the coach because it is full. It is 50% cheaper to purchase your bus 3 months in advance (from £7) as opposed to on the day you're travelling (from £13).

The results take into account the best prices found, when buying beforehand or on the day on you intend to travel, in the past 6 months.