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Brighton City guide, including Brighton Hotels
Nestling between the South Downs and England's sunny south coast,
unusual landmarks in the Brighton area. With striking Indian
architecture, finely decorated interiors with strong influences from
China, the Royal Pavilion was originally built for King George IV and
has been used by many members of the royal family, including Queen
Brighton and is located in the centre of Brighton's seafront. It is
home to an enormous amount of attractions, including arcades, a funfair
with a mini-roller coaster, and dodgems, side stalls, and a restaurant
with stunning sea views. It is also the venue for seasonal fireworks
and character. With narrow streets, historic buildings, street
entertainers, jewellery shops, antiques stores, cafés and
restaurants, The Lanes area of Brighton is also home to a number of
atmospheric public houses.
along Brighton seafront to Black Rock, and is one of Brighton's most
historic tourist attractions. Dating back to the late 19th century,
Brighton's Volks Railway is the oldest electric railway in the United
home to an enormous amount of entertainment and attractions for
tourists visiting the Brighton area. With cafés, restaurants and
bars, most of which have superb views of the harbour, together with
shopping facilities, boat trips around Brighton Marina, a multi-screen
cinema and tenpin bowling complex, Brighton Marina is one of the
largest yachting harbours in the United Kingdom.
Things to do:
Brighton beachfront is a playground of surfing, sailing, basketball,
volleyball, skateboarding and lots more. Away from the water there is
plenty to enjoy. Take a Ghost Walk or tour of The Lanes, and all year
round there are hundreds of events from the famous London to Brighton
and National Speed Trials, to power boat racing and kite festivals.
Brighton provides an excellent base for exploring the rolling South
Downs and the castles of Hever, Leeds and Arundel.
provide tourists with a real insight into some of Brighton's most
interesting and historic tourist attractions, landmarks and information.
intervals. The Brighton bus tours provide a popular way of sightseeing
in Brighton and, with daily hop on / off tickets; they are also a very
useful way to travel around Brighton. Bus tours in the Brighton connect
all of the major points of interest in Brighton, including many of the
tourist attractions, landmarks and monuments in Brighton.
by the National Trust, with superb panoramic views of the surrounding
countryside, Devil's Dyke is a deep valley and attractions include
large areas of grassland ideal for sunbathing, sports, kite-flying,
hang-gliding and picnics.
of the most popular attractions in this area. It features lovingly
restored steam locomotives, a museum, stunning views of the surrounding
countryside and a public house, serving snacks. The Bluebell Steam
Railway travels between three different train stations.
Food & Drink:
With over 400 restaurants in the Brighton area, it has more than
anywhere outside London. You can choose from beachfront brasseries,
exquisite seafood eateries, fish & chip cafes, traditional English
dishes, chic café culture and modern international menus at
stylish, exclusive venues. Whether it’s afternoon tea at the Grand
Hotel, fish and chips on Brighton Pier or something altogether more
exotic, there’s something for every taste.
There are good value pubs and cafes too. Brighton's pubs range from
small cosy Victorian front rooms, converted churches to large theme
pubs housing every video game imaginable.
candlelit evening supper. All food is prepared using the best, fresh
natural ingredients - often sourced from all over Italy.
stroll on the prom for a refreshing cocktail, or to pile into the sofas
with coffee and the papers following a huge Sunday roast.
furnished with sleek leather sofas in the bar area for drinks, lounging
or coffee and modern art through out. Located next door to the Royal
Pavilion and centrally located to the main shops, hotels and
the most popular restaurants and meeting places in Brighton.
extremely small local neighbourhood pub. Generally a great friendly
atmosphere with interesting characters.
Hotels & Accommodation:
Brighton hotels, bed and breakfasts, guesthouses, and self-catering
accommodation offer a wide range of style and price. Accommodation
ranges from luxury hotels on the seafront, medium-priced hotels in
elegant squares, family-run bed & breakfasts, budget travel lodges,
backpacker hostels and self-catering apartments.
Belgrave Classic Hotel
Quality Hotel Brighton
De Vere Grand Hotel Brighton
Queens Hotel (And Lanes Leisure Club)
Royal Albion Hotel
Preston Park Hotel
New Steine Hotel
Ascott House Hotel
The Arlanda Hotel
Best Western The Brighton Hotel
Old Ship Hotel
Royal Pavillion Townhouse Hotel
Dorset Guest House
Brighton is home to a number of excellent theatres that regularly host
Brighton theatrical productions, dramas, comedies, concerts, operas,
workshops and exhibitions.
programme boasts an excellent line up of comedy, music, dance &
dance, drama, visual arts, films, comedy, music et al.
If you love life, you will love Brighton, England’s liveliest city by
the sea. Brighton is fun, cosmopolitan and uniquely eccentric all year
round. It has been regarded as a ‘pleasure dome’, and that’s not about
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