On the south coast of England, you will find the seaside resort town of Brighton.
Conveniently situated on the sea and next to the countryside, Brighton seems to be a favourite of many Brits. With its diverse set of attractions from food/drink, outdoor activities, amusements, oceanviews, quaint cafes and more – no matter who you are you will find something you fancy.
Walking along the pebbly beach front you will come upon kayaking, volleyball, ocean views and more beach sports. Pull up a lounge chair and a 99 flake, and let the day pass you by. Once you’re ready for amusements you can head to Brighton pier for games and rides. Brighton is also home to some of the best live music and nightclubs outside of London and is home to the gay capital of the UK.
There’s more to Brighton than meets the eye and although the beach seems enticing you can’t miss out on the cafes, shopping, antiques and vintage stores.
Brighton is a colorful resort city which makes it so unique in comparison to other British seaside towns. Full of character and bohemian qualities, Similar to San Francisco, you may stumble upon some hippies and drag queens.
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Brighton Palace Pier
British Airways I360
Places to Eat:
The Salt Room (seafood restaurant)
The Coal Shed (Steak and Seafood)
The Pond (Pub)
Isaac At (Scandinavian)
Cin Cin Italian Bar & Kitchen
Street Diner (Street Food Market)
The Flour Pot Bakery (British Bakery)
Redroaster (Coffee Shop)
Spider plant Shop (houseplant shop)
Peach Blossom (Party Decorations)
Utility (Household Goods)
The Queensbury Arms
The Plotting Parlour
Altos Loft Bar
Lucky Voice Brighton
Lion and Lobster
The Fix at The Artist Residence
Bolney Wine Estate
Rathfinny Wine Estate