Things to Do in Brighton

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Brighton is one of England’s most popular tourist destinations. The quirky seaside city is filled with tiny, winding streets waiting to be explored, and a series of massive, sprawling parks filled with unusual trees and flowers. It’s the perfect place to go for a day trip, and there is something to keep everyone entertained. Whether you’re bringing your whole family or are heading off on a weekend away with your partner, you’ll easily be able to keep yourselves occupied in beautiful bohemian Brighton.

It is extremely easy to get to Brighton. It is just 51 minutes from London Victoria by train, or if there’s a big group of you, you could hire a coach to Brighton which will stop in Pool Valley, just a stone’s throw from the beach. There is plenty of parking if you’re planning on driving. If you want to get around when you’re in Brighton, buy a Daysaver bus ticket.

If it’s a family day out, kids will love the Sealife Centre, situated on the seafront. Inside, children will be delighted by the huge array of fascinating fish, snappy sharks and the interactive rockpools where you can touch the sea creatures. Brighton Pier is another fantastic option for children, as there are lots of rides and carnival games to keep them entertained. If you prefer to get out into the great British countryside, there are some great farms located a short drive outside the city.

For a more romantic experience, take a leisurely stroll along the seafront at sunset. The sun going down on the horizon behind the glittering sea sets the tone for a memorable night spent in one of Brighton’s most intimate restaurants. Why not try Chilli Pickle or Casa don Carlos for excellent food and a great atmosphere? A visit to one of Brighton’s parks could also be in order. Stanmer Park is particularly romantic, and particularly comes alive in late summer.

If you’re coming with friends for a wild weekend, you’re in luck. The bars and clubs in Brighton are abundant and always good fun. For the city’s famous party atmosphere, head to East Street for some of the most vibrant bars which are often frequented by the Brighton and Hove Albion footballers, before moving on to the seafront clubs which are always busy with great drink deals so you don’t have to spend a fortune. The next morning, recover by sunning yourself on the beach after a delicious brunch at Bill’s to round off a fabulous trip.

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