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Getting around Brighton is a breeze. So much so, Brighton has named one of its bus services exactly that!
The ‘Breeze up to the Downs’ buses run at weekends to take you to the natural attractions of the South Downs National Park – there’s the number 77 to Devil’s Dyke, a National Trust beauty spot, number 78 to Stanmer Park, a great spot for walks and picnics, and the number 79 to Ditchling Beacon, an iconic high viewpoint on the Downs.
Back in town, you can easily get around on Brighton’s local buses. The City Saver ticket gives you a day’s unlimited travel, and is even cheaper if you buy it in advance from shops. Short-hop tickets are also available.
Taxis are readily available throughout the city, with the main ranks at Brighton and Hove stations, East Street, Queens Square near the Clock Tower, outside St Peter’s Church and outside Hove Town Hall. You can also call cabs such as Brighton and Hove Radio Cabs and Brighton and Hove City Cabs.
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