Brighton (England) Travel Guide


The seaside town of Brighton offers something for everyone. Whether it is the atmosphere of a beach side town or the hustle and bustle of city life, Brighton has everything. Relax on the beach, watch sports, visit museums, art galleries and view fantastic traditional English architecture – all are possible in Brighton. Brighton is also easily accessible by car / bus, boat and train. Tourists from all over the United Kingdom have been traveling to Brighton for holidays for well over one hundred years due to its location and appeal. European tourists also have been coming to taste the flavors of the British south coast for a number of years.

Brighton (also now known as ‘London-by-the-sea’) is the archetypal British beach town, with everything that is expected in a town bearing the title: a grand pier, a beautiful (former) royal palace, theaters, concert halls, and probably the most important, a fantastic beach. Though it is much more than the sum of it’s parts, most people say it is the atmosphere that makes it so special. Brighton is certainly one of the most culturally diverse places in the United Kingdom and attracts people of all metaphorical shapes and sizes. Not only is Brighton popular with the younger generation due to it’s University and large number of bars and nightclubs, it is also popular with people who have visited with their parents fifty or sixty years ago or more and have returned every year since.

Brighton has been a family holiday destination since the mid-1800s when rail transport began to be accessible by the masses. There are so many things for young children to see and do, such as fairgrounds, shows, amusement arcades and other amenities. It is a perfect place for you to wear out your little scallywags! So you know what you want to do and where you want to go, but where will you stay? Accommodation in Brighton comes in all possible budget ranges. You can pay very little for a bed in one of the very clean hostels, or maybe you want to stretch to a 5 star resort, either and anything in between is available in Brighton. The best cheap seafront Brighton budget hotels are only an online search away, so do not forget to search before you travel!

So, to summarize, if you want to experience a charming, typically English, seaside resort, then look no further than Brighton. Having been there once, you will no doubt be a return visitor, just like the most of the millions of people who visit there each and every year. Who knows, you might even be tempted to make it make it your second home!



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