Best Things to do in Brighton England

Brighton, England, has a wonderful reputation for dirty weekends, a hedonistic lifestyle, and a cosmopolitan, bohemian vibe that would make 1960’s San Francisco blush.

All this started back in 1787, when the Prince Regent, George IV, came to town to build a seaside party retreat. George set a scene that continues today.

Brighton Lanes

The Lanes, part of Brighton’s historic quarter, are a fabulous maze of tiny alleyways and cat creeps crammed with unique, quirky, and designer shops nestled amongst cafes, restaurants, and pubs.

North Laines

A series of streets offering some of the best shopping in the UK with over 300 independent retailers, all in less than half a square mile.

Brighton Street Art

Particularly in the North Laine area, which has the most fantastic array of street art; it’s everywhere. It is colourful, beautiful, thoughtful, and some, including the replica of Banksy’s ‘Kissing Policemen', carefully considered.

The Royal Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion is a monument to style and finesse. A technologically ambitious undertaking, but above all else, a tribute to pleasure and indulgence.

Brighton Beach

Brighton Beach is one of the most iconic beaches in the world. Perhaps not the most beautiful, but undoubtedly iconic. The long stretch of pebbled seaside has everything you want in a beach getaway.

Eat Fish and Chips

If you feel like putting your feet up, grab some traditional British fish and chips from one of the many stalls claiming to have the freshest line-caught cod.

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