Brighton & Hove (United Kingdom)


Brighton has long had a reputation for being a deliciously rakish and stylishly, shamelessly hedonistic and today the city by the sea still fizzes with energy all year round. It's all in the mix of seaside charm and chic city cool with a world-famous heritage and culture, seriously good shopping, sparkling nightlife and a hyperactive arts scene.

Don't miss the exotic Royal Pavillion, seaside fantasy palace of King George IV. Stroll along the vibrant Beachfront with its Artists' and Fishing Quarters, bears and clubs. Enjoy traditional seaside fun against the backdrop of Regency achitecture and the Victorian Palace Pier. Shop for antiques and designer goods in the 17th century Lanes, browse for bargains in the bohemian North Laine or go discount shopping among the yachts at the Marina.

Add to that some of the best nightlife outside London, a lively arts scene, a wide range of places to stay, over 400 restaurants, and a non-stop programme of special events throughout the year, including England's largest international arts festival in May, and you have a fantastic City, bromming with glamour and excitement.


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Brown
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West Pier


Preston Park

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Brighton Pier


Marine Parade


Brighton Dome

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Hove Lagoon


Brighton and
Hove Albion


County Cricket Ground

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The Lanes


New Road


Churchill Square

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Madiera Drive


Queens's Road


George Street, Hove

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Portslade


Brighton Marina


Roedean Way

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Upper North Street


Montpelier Villas


Malborugh Place

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Kings Road


Royal Pavilion

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Brighton Station


Volks Electric Railway


Hove Station


London Road Station

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Energy Provider


Water Works

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Income Tax


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