Chichester is easily reached via the M27 and A27 coast road which links Hampshire, Sussex and Kent. The A29 and A24 connect London and mid-Sussex to Chichester, and the A3 also connects Chichester and the local area with London, the M25 and other main arterial routes from the West.
There are 2 secure parking spaces are available, to be booked in advance at £20 per night (secure private parking). There are other car parks within walking distance to the East Walls for details about parking please see www.chichester.gov.uk/parking
Frequent train services operate via Gatwick Airport from London Victoria to Chichester, taking approximately 1 hour 32 minutes. Coastal services run from Brighton and Portsmouth.
Regular services operate from London Victoria Coach Station. The Coastliner route links Chichester as far as Brighton or Southsea, with local bus services in and around the City.
Travelling to Chichester from abroad- the three closest main airports are Gatwick, Southampton and Heathrow, and guides for each one can be found below:
Gatwick International Airport is 38 miles from Chichester
Heathrow International Airport is 57 miles from Chichester
Southampton International Airport is 35 miles from Chichester
Arriving by Sea
The nearest Continental Ferry Terminal is Portsmouth, 18 miles away
Telephone: 08712 440744