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How to get to the Connexus Institute
The City of Brighton and Hove is 54 miles south of London.
The journey time from London Victoria to Hove Station takes just over an hour. The station is a 12-minute walk from Connexus Institute.
Thameslink and Southern Rail also run frequent trains to Brighton Station from the following London stations: London Victoria, London Bridge, and St Pancras International.
Direct trains from Brighton Station also run to Shoreham, Worthing, Littlehampton, Chichester, Portsmouth and Southampton in the west; and Lewes, Eastbourne, Hastings and Ashford in the east.
See National Rail Enquiries for train times.
If you are coming from London, Gatwick and the North, take the M23/A23 road towards Brighton and then the A27 towards Central Hove. On street parking is available on The Drive and on some local roads. The Norton Road multi-storey car park is located two streets away at 13, Norton Road, BN3 3BE. You can go to Parkopedia to find out the costs of parking in each car park.
See Visit Brighton for more information about parking in Brighton.
All the major London airports are within easy reach of Brighton. London Gatwick airport, for example, is about 30km north of the city and about 30 minutes away by train or taxi. London Heathrow is about 30 km away and the journey takes about 90 minutes by coach, train or taxi. Brighton can also be easily reached from some of the smaller airports, such as Southampton Airport, which is about 2 hours away by train, bus or taxi. For more information about travelling to Brighton by air see Visit Britain.