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Brighton and Hove Travel Guide

Brighton and Hove Attractions

Brighton

Brighton

Brighton is unquestionably England's most spectacular seaside resort town. Made popular in the 18th century, when the Prince Regent (later King George IV) chose it as the site for his...

Brighton Palace Pier

Brighton Palace Pier

As you step foot onto Brighton's Palace Pier, you are overwhelmed by the sound of repetitive arcade music and the inviting scent of popcorn or fried fish. A row of stalls selling fast-food, toys...

Brighton Lanes

Brighton Lanes

The historic Brighton Lanes host a variety of quaint and quirky shops, with everything from antiques and jewellery to fortune-telling on offer. Wander lazily through the winding streets and relax...

Royal Pavilion

Royal Pavilion

The interior of the Royal Pavilion is extraordinary in its combination of exotic Asian and 'oh-so-British!' design. Classic furnishings belonging to Queen Elizabeth II stand beside fierce gilded...

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