Brighton (England) Offers Something For Everyone


Brighton is the Great Britain place to be for shopping, the arts, and of course, anything on the beach. Britain’s famed seaside vacation venue is a great place to visit during any season. The beaches offer activities such as volleyball, surfing, sailing, skateboarding and, of course, sunbathing. Don’t forget to visit The Lanes to experience shopping at its finest in a quaint setting.

Brighton is famous for its pier, a standard feature of any British seaside town. In fact, there are two piers, but one is closed for repairs, having been pummeled for centuries by ocean storms. The remaining pier is known as the Brighton Pier and is crowded with arcades, restaurants, cafes, a roller-coaster and dodgems, as any good English pier should be. During the summer it plays host to a marvelous display of fireworks that are a real treat for seasonal visitors.

When visiting Brighton, one must pay a visit to The Royal Pavilion. Built for The Prince Regent, the future King George the IV, it was in use by The Royal Family until Victorian times. It boasts an Indian style and reflects other Asian cultures as well, principally Chinese. The building and decoration of The Royal Pavilion was a “no expense spared” project. To appreciate the building in all its splendor, plan a visit to walk around and enjoy it in person on your trip to Brighton.

If you have lots of energy and would like to get out into the bracing English seaside air, consider a walking tour. Seeing Brighton by foot is a great learning experience and you will undoubtedly find the history of Brighton and its nearby sister city, Hove, to be fascinating. Walking tours are guided and you will be treated to all sorts of interesting information about the history and landmarks of the towns. The guides can also share information about other things to see and do while in Brighton. If you prefer to travel by vehicle, consider a bus tour. The tours run throughout the day and operate on a daily ticket that allows you to get off when you see something interesting and then catch another bus to get to another location on the same ticket. This gives you the opportunity to spend as much time as you like at interesting sites along the route without purchasing more tickets. The buses will take you to all of the big tourist attractions as well as lots of interesting monuments and local landmarks. A bus tour really gives you the flavor of Brighton so consider scheduling one early in your visit.

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