Great news! You’ll be pleased to know that public transport in Brighton is affordable, convenient and reliable and will be just the ticket for your stag do!
The main train station is Brighton Station, which is situated slap bang in the city centre. There’s frequent daily services to London with journey times taking around an hour. Other regular trains serving the South of England to and from Brighton include destinations such as Portsmoith, Eastbourne, Lewes and Ashford International.
When it comes to getting around the city, the bus system is always recommended. Brighton & Hove Buses are the main company, and they've got loads of routes that cover the entire city and even neighbouring areas. Plus, on weekends, they've got night buses running too - perfect for those late-night adventures if you’re staying outside of the city centre!
Bike rentals are also available, giving you a fun and eco-friendly way to roam around. Oh, and here's a cool thing about Brighton - it's a compact city, so you can easily explore on foot too.
If you’d prefer to hop in a cab, there’s a huge choice of taxi firms available, including Brighton and Hove Cabs. There’s also a variety of taxi ranks dotted around the city, which you’ll find at Brighton Station (station forecourt), Old Steine, Kings Road and Western Road. There are of course plenty more, but these ones are the ones you’ll be likely to use if you’re out and about in the city centre. Uber is another option which operates around Brighton.