Transfer to Brighton 

Do you need a reliable Brighton transfer? We will be happy to drive you here to any place you need and at the right time. You will get comfortable service with a professional driver who knows very good all the best ways to get here on time.

Book transfer to Brighton:

Ordering a transfer to Brighton today is extremely easy for one reason – now you can use a professional taxi service that the world hasn’t seen yet! Our transfer service is good enough for everyone. Luxury premium car interior and a high level of driver. The driver or will be a great conversationalist, or you will not notice his presence at all – everything will go according to your desire. Believe, we know our business! Forget about the banal waiting in traffic jams, and do not think about the experiences of being late for school. Taxi is always at your service!



Book a taxi to Brighton

Taxi service “Coruss Ltd” does not guarantee to save you from all life problems that you possibly have, but all the worries about the transfer to the Brighton area our company will completely shift onto its shoulders.

Prices for transfers from London Airports to Brighton:

  • Heathrow Airport to Brighton from £130
  • Gatwick Airport to Brighton from £110
  • Luton Airport to Brighton from £185
  • London City Airport to Brighton from £150
  • Stansted Airport to Brighton from £200
  • City of London to Brighton from £160

The booking of the service “Transfer to London” must be made in advance.

What you need to know when ordering a transfer from the airport:
  • The driver will be waiting for you at the airport with your name sign;
  • You will get an sms notification;
  • 1 hour waiting is included in the price;
  • There are no extra charges if the flight is delayed;
  • Assistance with your baggage;
  • The driver will wait as long as needed.
A little bit useful information about the Brighton

Brighton is a south city of Great Britain (the county of East Sussex). It is located on the shores of the English Channel, 50 miles from London.

At first Brighton was known as Bristelmestune, which in 1514 was burned by French mercenaries. Afterwards, a fisherman’s village appeared on that place.

Re-erection of Brighton started in 1783, after the visit of King George IV. The Royal Pavilion is the only one attraction that remained from that time. In 1883, an electric railway was opened here increasing the flows of tourists. The railway was closed in 1952, but its remains are still attractive for many tourists.

In 1997, Brighton and Hove were merged into one unitary unit, and the status of a city was personally given by Queen Elizabeth II.

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