To paint a picture of Brighton, is to depict a large and lively, diverse and multi-cultural city on the East Sussex coastline. One of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK, it has many no shortage of landmarks or attractions.

Brighton’s Seafront with its Victorian Pier, beach, and promenade, and seafront dining entices many a visitor. A taste of the exotic can also be found here, in the form of the striking Royal Pavilion, once the palatial home of the Prince Regent.

Brighton Marina, the historic quarter, the bohemian North Laine area, and the modern Churchill Square shopping centre are there to serve shoppers, while Brighton also has a lively nightlife and gay scene. It’s year round events schedule also includes, Brighton Festival and Fringe and the Great Escape Music Festival. With so much to do and see here, it’s easy to see why authors from Rudyard Kipling to Nick Cave were inspired.

Brighton is a great place to stay, and a good base for visiting the surrounding coast and countryside. Whether it is trendy boutiques, sea front elegance or something more affordable, there are a variety of great hotels in Brighton.Try using trivago when booking your next hotel in Brighton!

The centre is compact and the train station is located here, so if you base yourself here you should have good access to all the shopping and entertainment options along with access to nearby places.

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