Six top places to visit on the Brighton & Hove Buses network

You may not realise but the Metrobus Metrovoyager ticket is valid on all of the Brighton & Hove Bus Company network.  Brighton Buses' drivers will accept your Metrovoyager ticket whether it's a paper version which you bought from your Metrobus driver, on a Metrobus key card or on the Metrobus app.

Below are 6 top picks of what's on the Brighton buses network

Seven Sisters, Birling Gap and Eastbourne on the Coaster buses

One of the most scenic routes in the country there are too many places to mention worth visiting on this route: Rottingdean, Seven Sisters Visitor Centre and Beachy Head to name a few. The whole route to Eastbourne is just stunning.

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Lewes on Regency 29

Lewes is full of history. Climb to the top of 1000 year old Norman Castle and you will not be disappointed by stunning panoramic views of Sussex. Barbican House is next door, and home to the Museum of Sussex Archaeology housing collections from the Stone Age to medieval times.

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Devil's Dyke on the 77

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!

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Stanmer Park on the 78

A hidden gem located on the outskirts of Brighton, containing a historic church, a rustic village and a 100 year old mansion!

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Ditchling Beacon on the 79

The highest point in East Sussex with a panoramic view that spans all across the South Downs!

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Brighton Marina on the 7

For shops, leisure and restaurants and right by the sea too

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