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For a change of scenery, a trip to Brighton in East Sussex is a breath of fresh air. A popular seaside resort town, Brighton is on the British south coast, a perfect spot to relax, explore and be entertained. Surrounded by renowned Sussex countryside, Brighton offers tourists the benefits of the city and the country, all in a picturesque waterside location. Known for its party atmosphere and cosmopolitan vibe, it is especially effervescent in Summer.
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The largest marina in Europe, Brighton Marina is an all-in-one tourist gem. A place to eat, shop, stay and play, you can spend a few days soaking up the Brighton atmosphere here. Casinos, cinemas and bowling allies will please the entire family. Water enthusiasts will love the water sports and tours on offer here.
Bars and restaurants abound this Victorian pier, a Brighton icon often packed with tourists. Amusement park rides, restaurants and even fairy floss will make you feel like you’re at a Summer carnival.
The Royal Pavilion was first opened in 1823, and served as a Royal residence for Prince Regent and King George IV. A distinctive, ‘Chinoiserie’ style, the Royal Pavilion is intriguing and beautiful, inside and out. A symbol of Regent luxury and taste, it’s worth a visit just for the architecture alone.