Brighton is a unique seaside city, bursting with history, culture and vibrant locals. Located just an hour south from London, Brighton offers visitors a booming nightlife, which perfectly contrasts the lively buzzing day life of the city.
Originally a fishing village first established in 1313, Brighton's history stands proud and true throughout the city. The buildings and streets exude the historic timeline, which adds an extra layer of magnifgance to it's surroundings.
The Brighton public transport system is great, and will take you where ever you need to go.
There is a bus stop on every corner, and will take you to wherever you need to go. To find your nearest stop or plan your journey, visit Brighton & Hove buses.
Brighton has multiple train stations that lead to all parts of the city, and to all over the country. In particular, Brighton Station, Hove Station, Preston Park station, London Road station. To find times and plan your journey, visit National Rail.
Whether you're looking to soak up the sun, or just walk the histortic streets, there's always unique, quirky opportunities to explore Brighton's flea markets, fares and vintage stores.
Brighton is known for its diverse options of pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes. On every corner you will can find a unique taste and options.
Don't be afraid to explore the different cuisines, your tastebuds will be tickled with flavors like you've never tasted before.
If you have food specifications, such as vegetarian, vegan or gluten free, there are options all over the city that cater to your specific needs.
If you're looking for a typical British experience, try fish and chips at the famous Harry Ramsden's.
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Dive in to Brighton's cultural scene by attending a unique event or visiting one of the many attractions around the city. For more information on what to do in the city explore visitbrighton.com