Brighton Paris Train
Brighton is one of the vibrant and wonderful cities of England. Brighton is located in the south coast in the country of east Sussex nearly of the capital city London. There are lots of places to explore in Brighton for visitors. The main attraction is the pebble beach, which has bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. Brighton's is known as nude area, because hedonism is biggest in the summer months. Londoners like Brighton because is an escape from the crowds and Gap-Minding of the tubes, to a cute, pedestrian friendly beach town. The pier is a cool diversion providing all the joys of a typical carnival trap. Apart from the beautifully preserved royal palace built by George IV, The Royal Pavilion (& Brighton Museum, Corn Exchange, Dome and Pavilion Theatre located at the same site), right in the centre of the city there are The Lanes (for the tourists) and The North Laine (for the young trendy locals).
Brighton to Paris By Eurostar
If you are planning to travel from Brighton to Paris, the best option is Eurostar trains. Eurostar trains are the fastest and comfortable modes of transport within Europe. The journey is full of thrill and excitement with Eurostar trains due to its high speed of 186mph.Moreover the short check in process with Eurostar train makes it preferable over low budgeted flights. It becomes easy to travel from Brighton to Paris with one price as Eurostar teamed up with several train operating companies in UK. This is the most beautiful part of using Eurostar trains as mode of transport within Europe. The whole journey will take 4hr 13 min. The return fair will cost you around £81.
Brighton is a beautiful city in England having the finest of the beaches. Brighton is connected by many National Rail companies to London and hence, you can book your direct ticket to Paris from Brighton.
Brighton City Map