A Whistle Stop Tour of Brighton

The following piece was written by our co-tour organizer, Pip Marshall. Make sure you check out the rest of her blog!


After spending 5 years living and studying in Brighton, I thought it would be the perfect city to help me start my blog! This seaside town is known for its alternative atmosphere and is the perfect city for a weekend getaway, or just a day-trip.

Brighton Pier 


The pier is possibly one of Brighton’s most iconic attractions; and rightly so. The pier was opened in 1899, but has since been populated with a huge variety of arcade games, roller-coasters and restaurants. The numerous benches on either side of the walkway also give a perfect view of the entire beach if you just want to relax and soak up the beautiful scenery. When night falls, the seafront transforms into a vibrant nightlife district, and you can head to one of the many clubs (Lola Los being my personal favourite) to dance the night away!

The Royal Pavilion 


The Brighton…

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