Getting around Brighton
Brighton is a compact little city so you can get around on foot with ease on your hen party. Everything is within close proximity, making walking, a great way to explore this thriving city! The railway station is just a 10 minute walk from the centre and the beach is the hub of the city’s main attractions!
The buses in Brighton run frequently and efficiently, with both day and night buses available. The prices are very reasonable and it costs just £2 for a standard single across the city, making it a cheap way to travel around on your hen do.
There are hundreds of taxis operating in Brighton during all hours of the day and night. There are two types of taxi in Brighton: pre-booked minicabs or hackney carriages that you can hail on the street. The main taxi ranks in the city are situated on East Street, Queen’s Square and the Hove town hall.
Driving in Brighton can be confusing, with one way systems and restricted access in some areas, so Maximise recommend taking a sat nav, or avoiding driving altogether on your hen do. Parking in the city centre can be very pricey and there is limited space, however you can park just outside the city centre and hop on board the park and ride bus service that will transport you back and forth from your car to the city centre!
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