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Croydon is a large town in South London, situated on the main route between London and the south coast of the United Kingdom. The town is often considered to be a city in istelf, offering a range of retail, commerce and employment opportunities.

The town is home to two major stations, West Croydon and East Croydon. The main rail route between London and Brighton passes through East Croydon. The town itself is served by commuter rail services, buses and London's only tram network.

How to get to Croydon from
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Travelling between London and Brighton is easy and painless. In London, you can travel to/from a number of different stations, including London Bridge, London Victoria and London Blackfriars. If you don't want to catch a train, there are numerous bus services operated by companies including National Express.

Depending on how much you want to pay, and which London station you want to travel to/from, your service will either be operated by First Capital Connect or Southern. A third option is to take a Gatwick Express service between London Victoria and Brighton, although this route is relatively expensive.