Brighton is listed as one of the top 5 cities that tourists want to stay in during travels in England, and with 8 million visitors a year the city must be doing something right.
5. Brighton’s Sea Life Centre– Britain’s oldest aquarium with the largest underwater observational tunnel. So if you like looking at fish is your thing, do it here!
4. Visit the Royal Pavilion– Hands down one of the most lavish and ridiculous royal palaces in Britain. Even if you don’t pay the fee to go inside seeing it from the perimeters is still crazy.
3. Eat seafood- Brighton is known for it’s traditional, locally sourced seafood restaurants. Gordon Ramsey’s reputed favourite is amongst some of the better known ones.
2. Go shopping on North Laine- Close to the seafront, there is this whole amazing assortment of independent stores for some really interesting shopping. (Including loads of kitschy trinket stores- my favourite kind!)
1. Walk the esplanade– It will be crowded, but you have to walk the seafront in Brighton. It’s cheesy but Brighton Pier is loads of fun.