Breeze up to the downs
So you can get the most out of some of the South Downs most beautiful locations, we run a special service during weekends and public holidays.
With Breeze Up To The Downs you can swiftly speed out of the busy city and be surrounded by quiet, picturesque natural vistas in under an hour.
Here are the bus services running to the Sussex Downs beauty spots of Devil's Dyke, Stanmer Park and Ditchling Beacon.
Family tickets are available on our app for just £10 or £12 direct to the driver and includes travel for up to five people (minimum of 1 adult and maximum of 2 adults).
77 - Brighton - Devil's Dyke
The longest 'dry' valley in the UK and home to the ruined ramparts of an Iron Age hill fort and the remains of a Victorian funfair, as well as some adventurous hang gliders!
78 - Brighton - Stanmer Park (weekends and public holidays only)
A hidden gem located on the outskirts of Brighton, containing a historic church, a rustic village and a 100 year old mansion!
79 - Brighton - Ditchling Beacon (weekends and public holidays only)
The highest point in East Sussex with a panoramic view that spans all across the South Downs!
Regency routes 28 & 29
Lewes is just a short trip on the 28 or 29 from Brighton and is filled with antique shops, quaint cafes, bakeries and craft shops. You can also visit Lewes Castle or pop into Anne of Cleves' house.
Travel on route 29 to Tunbridge Wells, home of the great Spa Valley Railway. You can take a wonderful ride through the High Weald countryside by heritage steam or diesel trains. Take the train and explore Eridge, Groombridge, High Rocks or Tunbridge Wells, with plenty of local attractions at each of the stations you will find something for all the family to enjoy.
Timetable details here.