Brighton, United Kingdom
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When to go
Britain is an unpredictable blighter for weather, so don’t let that dictate when you go. Weekends can be a lot busier, especially during holidays; so, for an uncrowded romantic escape, you may prefer to go midweek.
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PlanesGatwick Airport is about half an hour’s drive up the M23; Heathrow is about 90 minutes' drive.
TrainsJust 50 minutes by fast train from Victoria, it's no wonder Brighton is nicknamed London-on-sea. National Rail enquiries: 08457 484950; www.nationalrail.co.uk. Brighton rail station is a 10-minute stroll from the city centre.
AutomobilesYou won’t need a car if you plan to stay anchored in the city itself, but if you want to explore the coast or the South Downs your best bet is Avis in Brighton (www.avis.co.uk) From the M25, take the M23/A23; the coastal route A27 links the city east and west.
TaxisThe city is compact, with most of what you'll want to do and see within walking distance. If you do fancy a cab, there are plenty to hail, as well as taxi ranks in the city centre, the main ones being in East Street, Queen's Square and at Hove Town Hall.