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Brighton has everything you could want from a trip to Britain - a royal palace, elegant Regency architecture, museums with more, laid-back beach life and superb shopping – all this on the south coast of England, just 49 minutes from central London. 400 years of history and style unfold before you.

The best time to visit Brighton is during Brighton Festival, the three weeks in between the two May Bank Holidays – the town is buzzing, there are loads of things to do and a lot of ‘open houses’, ie interesting homes that open up to the public

Don't miss:

· A tour of the extraordinary and extravagant Royal Pavilion, completed in 1823.
· Sea Acuarium
· Take a walk along Brighton Pier at any time of day, and Brighton Beach if the weather is good!
· Ride from to Brighton Marina on Volks Railway.
· The Lanes, and especially the North Lanes for great shopping and snooping around and being curious about weird and wonderful things
· For eats: Bill’s on North Road is famous and a different place to eat. Food for Friends is the oldest vegetarian, and Terre a Terre a great award-winning vegetarian restaurant
· The best fish and chips is not on the seafront, but at Bardsley’s on Baker Street (considered the best in Brighton and by some on the best in Southeast England)
· Its famous local food: seafood and its famous locals, Fatboy Slim, Nick Cave, Simon Cowell

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