Brighton - One week, two week itineraries



"Brighton is one of the coolest cities to visit in the UK and the nightlife and atmosphere is great."oneworld365.org
"Brighton is full of funky shops, restaurants, and cafes."travelweekli.com
"Brighton is a hipster's paradise, full of quirky shops, restaurants and of course that pier."fillmypassport.com
"Brighton is full of boutique hotels but this one has a long history and the owners were super friendly and hospitable."travelsofadam.com
"Brighton is vegetarian heaven and we ate at five different vegetarian restaurants in three days."neverendingvoyage.com
"Brighton is the ultimate quintessential English seaside town complete with kitsch pier, fish 'n' chips and pebble stone beach."thetrustedtraveller.com

South England

Brightons location

Brighton at a glance

Street Art
Very Touristic



3-4 nights


Moderate (4 of 5)

Level of costs

Around Brighton


London Gatwick Airport (LGW)

Brighton City Airport (ESH)

London Biggin Hill Airport (BQH)

Lympne Airport (LYM)

Farnborough Airport (FAB)

Blackbushe Airport (BBS)

Rochester Airport (Kent) (RCS)

About Brighton

The stylish seaside city of Brighton is one of the liveliest and exciting in Britain. Apart from the obvious attraction of the beach, it offers attractive Regency architecture, a thriving arts scene, countless pubs and restaurants, the wildest nightclubs outside London (plan London itineraries), excellent shopping and the Palace Pier.

Brighton’s Royal Pavilion was the seaside fantasy palace of King George IV when he was Prince Regent. Built in 1787 to hold sumptuous summer parties by the sea, it combines an
India (visit India itineraries)n mogul exterior with an exotic Chinese interior. The Brighton Museum & Art Gallery features an unusual collection of Art Nouveau and Art Deco furniture – the most famous piece being Salvador Dali’s sofa in the shape of a mouth. Stroll along the lively beachfront dotted with cafés and bars. If you’re feeling energetic there’s no shortage of beachfront activities – play volleyball on the beach, go rollerblading, try your hand at windsurfing, waterskiing or parasailing. The Palace Pier houses a funfair, food stalls and hundreds of slot machines.

If in need of some retail therapy, head for the 17th century Lanes and shop for antiques, jewellery, clothes and designer goods. Browse for bargains in the bohemian North Laine which has literally hundreds of shops in an area of less than a mile. Brighton is packed with interesting restaurants. Head for the Lanes and Preston Street for a wide choice of places to eat or simply have fish and chips by the pier. With a wealth of theatres and arts venues, pubs on every corner, and excellent nightclubs, you certainly won’t be short on evening entertainment!

Things to do

Secret meadows, penny arcades, vintage shopping and every species of British bird – stuffed for perpetuity – are amongst Brighton’

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Brighton England has a wonderful reputation for dirty weekends, a hedonistic lifestyle and a cosmopolitan, bohemian vibe that woul

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As Brighton locals, we know what makes a great weekend in Brighton. We all need a weekend filling our lungs to the brim with salty


Browse The Open Market

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Eat & drink

Brighton is a charming British seaside resort that has found fame with it’s quirky character and vibrant nightlife. What was once


The Breakfast Club

Joe’s Cafe

Moksha Caffe

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There are so many innovative and delicious vegan-friendly and vegan restaurants in Brighton that are not often talked about. I wan


Vegan-Friendly and Vegan Restaurants Brighton

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Our guide to Brighton’s best vegetarian restaurants and places to eat. Brighton is one of the UK’s most vegetarian and vegan-frien


Other Vegetarian Restaurants in Brighton

Infinity Foods Kitchen

Helm Ston Cafe

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Below we’ll tell you all you need to know about the British Pullman train, including a brief history, where it goes, how much it c

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Brighton is famous for its wonderful examples of Regency Architecture. The streets around Brunswick Square in Hove have some of th


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If you’ve booked your summer break for Brighton then I’d love to help offer some guidance on where to stay, what to tick off the l

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. but sometimes you need to find a good escape for a short break. A day trip to Brighton from London is ideal if you are looking


Brighton one day itinerary,

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Brighton’s contemporary art gallery is on a mission to educate and make art accessible to everyone. Check out Fabrica’s events and

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When I first started planning the night there were 15 of us, after I had given everyone the price four people dropped out. Had we

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. around the country but there are a couple of seriously important reasons that we do. Firstly the price. They are so cheap to bo

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The unofficial “gay capital” of England, Brighton has always been an LGBTQ hotspot. Its funky city flair, the gay bars and clubs,

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I grew up 30 minutes from Brighton and it has a special place in my heart, filled with memories of trips to the pier as a child, s

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This boutique hotel is part of the Hotel du Vin chain and features a Parisian-style bistro, sprawling bar and clubby-looking pub

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While perusing through the selection of hotels in Brighton, I came across the Hotel Pelirocco, somewhere a close friend had recomm

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