Brighton is an iconic seaside town on the south coast of England. This resort is a day-trip haven in the summer months for Londoners, giving it the nickname ‘London-by-the-sea’. A lovely clean pebble beach, with lots of little shops and arcades all the way along. Beautiful in the summer months as well as a stroll along in the winter and you can’t go without pier doughnuts!
Brighton Pier is open all year round so you can enjoy all the fun of the seaside any time of year. From fish ‘n’ chips to arcade games and funfair rides and free deck chairs. The pier does get very busy so be prepared for some crowding.
The Lanes form a retail, leisure and residential area near the seafront. Characterised by narrow alleyways following the street pattern of the original fishing village. You can be captivated by the window displays of the jewellers (drooling over the antique style diamond rings!) or stop off for a quick drink in one of the pubs.
The Royal Pavillon
The Royal Pavillon is a palace of Prince George IV transformed by John Nash between 1815 and 1823 into one of the most dazzling and exotic buildings in the British Isles. Looking like a miniature Taj Mahal, this building is notable for its Indo-Saracenic architecture and Oriental interior. The Pavillon is open to the public to view the exquisite interior.