How to get to Brighton

People come from all over the UK and Europe to learn reiki from Rifa Bhunnoo. Brighton Reiki premises are located 10 minutes walk from Brighton Station and 20 minutes walk from the famous seafront. Brighton is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city, with lots of places to stay, eat and have fun.

Parking: Pay & Display bays off Viaduct Road are for up to 4 hours so let us know if you are coming for a one day or two day course and we will send you a Visitors Parking Permit (£2 for 1 day). At the moment, this means you can park in Zone Y Map_of_the_new_Central_Brighton_zones(2)

Buses: Preston Circus/London Road: 5, 5A, 5B, 17, 40, 40X, 55, 56, 91, 273
Trains: Brighton Rail Station and London Road Brighton Rail Station are approx 10 minutes away. Take the rear exit from Brighton Rail and contact us for more detailed directions – short cut!

How to get to Brighton:

By train, it takes 1hr direct from London Victoria or London Bridge, 6hrs from Edinburgh and 3hrs 45mins from Manchester. Get train tickets in advance and save at Southern Railways website

By road, the A23, A24 and A27 go into Brighton, serviced by the M23 from London and the M27 from Southampton.

If you’re flying into London Gatwick (LGW) the train to Brighton Station is only 30mins.

Eurostar links Europe to London St Pancras, where you can get a train direct to Brighton.

Cross channel ferries operate between Dieppe in France and Newhaven, Portsmouth or Southampton, then take a train direct to Brighton

Places to Stay:

My Hotel Brighton

Jurys Inn

Visit Brighton

Places to Eat:

The Chilli Pickle

Terre a Terre

Dough Lover Diner

Places to Shop:

North Laine area

The Lanes

Little Jasmine

Infinity Foods

Things to See & Do:


Brighton Pavilion

Brighton Museum & Art gallery