City Sightseeing Tours in Brighton and Hove run April to October
Card holders over 18 who are not studying get student discount on City Sightseeing Tours
This offer is available to Compass Card West Sussex holders.
This offer is available to Compass Card Brighton and Hove holders.
City Sightseeing Tours cover key Brighton and Hove landmarks
Head office: 43 Conway Street, Hove BN3 3LT
1 Stop Travel, 26 North Street, Brighton BN1 1EB
Tel. 01273 886200 www.buses.co.uk
Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company’s City Sightseeing Tours run from 8 April to 29 October 2017. There are 15 pick-up points and a hop on, hop off service that covers city landmarks including the Palace Pier, Grand Avenue and Brighton Marina. The tours, in open top buses, run every 30 or 60 minutes and are a great way of seeing the city. There’s a running commentary in seven languages and tickets are valid for 24 hours. For more information, visit http://www.buses.co.uk/page.shtml?pageid=1344
Compass Card offer: Compass Card holders over 18 who are not studying benefit from the Student discount on City Sightseeing Tours. So card holders pay £9 instead of £12 for the tour and £12 for the tour and one day unlimited travel instead of £15. NB. See separate listing for Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company’s general bus services.
Accessibility: Buses are fully accessible and many stops in Brighton and Hove have raised kerbs to allow access. The ‘Helping Hand’ scheme is a discrete way of telling the driver you need extra help – see http://www.buses.co.uk/helpinghand For more accessibility information, see www.buses.co.uk/accessibility
Fares are paid in cash on the day, so just show the Compass Card when you get on the bus.