Getting to Brighton is easy
We’re on the south coast of the UK, just an hour outside London. Our conference and training venues are conveniently located on the seafront in the heart of the city.
Brighton is a colourful city with lots to see and do so we recommend extending your stay and exploring!
You can easily compare your travel options using Rome2rio.
We’re less than an hour from London by train
Brighton is super easy to get to from central London: we’re less than an hour away by direct train from London Victoria.
If you’re coming from continental Europe, Eurostar is a convenient option as trains travel directly to Brighton from London St Pancras International.
The walk from Brighton train station to the conference venue is only a few minutes and takes you through the centre of the city so you can get your bearings or you can easily get a taxi from right outside the train station.
You can browse and book UK trains online. You can often save money by booking a ticket in advance.
We’re under 30 minutes from a major airport
If you’re looking at flights, choose London Gatwick airport to be under 30 minutes from Brighton by direct train.
We’re working with AirCare to offset the emissions of our speakers’ flights. You can see the climate impact of your flights and opt to do the same via AirCare’s handy online tool.
Our venues are next to the coach station
If you’re travelling by long distance coach you’ll be pleased to hear that the Pool Valley coach station is adjacent to our seafront venues.
There’s parking nearby
If you’re driving to Brighton, there are several cark parks near our venues:
- Hilton Metropole, St Margarets Place, BN1 2FD
- NCP Brighton Centre, Russell Road, BN1 2DX
- Churchill Square Shopping Centre, Regency Road, BN1 2RU
- Regency Square, BN1 2FG
If you are a Blue Badge holder, the city council have an online guide to using your Blue Badge in the city and a list of accessible parking spaces [pdf] (our venues are located in Zone Z.
Try two wheels
The Brighton Centre is easily accessible by bicycle via the numerous cycle routes all over the city and you can easily hire bikes to nip around town on.
It’s easy to get around our city
Once you’re in Brighton you’ll find it’s easy to get around our compact city on foot or in a taxi.
There is a taxi rank on West Street, just round the corner from the Brighton Centre or you can hail one of the city’s distinctive white and teal licensed taxis.
VisitBrighton have some great guides of things to see in the city and nearby.
There are also plenty of local buses to take you to different parts of the city, along the coast or out into the nearby countryside.