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Brighton Travel Guide  

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More than the seaside, more than the city, the mix is more than double the fun. Fashionable, funky and loaded with style, Brighton & Hove has everything you could want - a royal palace, elegant Regency architecture, museums with more, laid-back beach life and superb shopping – on the south coast, just 49 minutes from central London.
Don’t miss the Royal Pavilion, home of King George IV, and probably the most exotic, extravagant royal palace in Europe. Stroll along the Victorian Pier and the beachfront, where stylish bars and cafés spill out onto the curved paving, jostling for space with surfer shops, giant sculptures, buskers, fresh fish and artists’ studios. For shopping, try The Lanes, smart and chic, and the bohemian North Laine, both good for antiques and designer clothes.
There are museums and galleries galore, special events throughout the year from car rallies to carnivals, and England’s largest arts festival in May. For nightlife, there’s theatre, music, dance and comedy, lively pubs and bars and around 400 restaurants. And there’s a great choice of places to stay – ritzy 5 star seafront hotels, jazzy places with Moroccan style courtyards, minimalist townhouses and traditional B&Bs.

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Robert Bale
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Overall Guide : Must see and do Royal Pavilion, Brighton Brighton Pier, Madeira Drive, Brighton Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Royal Pavilion Gardens, Brighton Hove Museum & Art Gallery, 19 New Church Road, Hove Brighton Sealife Centre, Marine Parade, Brighton Preston Manor, Preston... more Drove, Brighton Volks Electric Railway, 285 Madeira Drive, Brighton Brighton Fishing Museum, 201 Kings Road Arches, Brighton Brighton Racecourse, FreshField Road, Brighton Brighton Marina, Brighton Events January: Holiday on Ice, Brighton Centre March: Pioneer Motorcycle Run, Madeira Drive May: Brighton Festival, various venues (Brighton) May: Streets of Brighton, Beachfront, city centre June: Brighton Food and Drink Lovers Festival, various venues (Brighton) July: Kite Festival, Stanmer Park (Brighton) August: Pride, Preston Park (Brighton) October: Brighton Comedy Festival, Brighton Dome October: Jewish Film Festival, various venues (Brighton) November: Cine City – Brighton Film Festival, various venues (Brighton) November: RAC Veteran Car Run, Madeira Drive December: Burning the Clocks – Winter Solstice Celebration (Parade through the City ending on Beachfront)
Sue Mantell
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Overall rating 10
Overall Guide : History, heritage, events, great shopping, hundreds of restaurants and a fabulous beachfront. Don't miss the Royal Pavilion, the North Laine, the Lanes, and Brighton Pier. Very accessible by train and coach, and very good bus network around the city. Lots... more of choice on places to stay including luxury hotels, boutique B&Bs, self-catering, hostels and camping - great choice for all budgets. Plus a packed calendar of events throughout the year.
Not to be missed Royal Pavilion , Beachfront , North Laine
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