About Brighton

Brighton is a seaside ‘resort town’ located in the County of East Sussex, on the south coast of England. In the year 1997 the towns of Brighton and Hove were a unitary authority and in 2001 were granted city status, giving the official title of the city of Brighton and Hove. During the 1700s, the Prince of Wales – who later became King George IV, used to visit the town on the regular and ever since Brighton has been a popular destination for tourists,  given its multicultu...

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Brighton is a cultural and student-friendly city and has much to offer when it comes to things to do in town. If you want to just catch some fresh air and enjoy scenic views you could head to the South Downs – a perfect green space to have a picnic with friends or hit the various beaches like Brighton Beach or Shingle Beach for sunbathing, having a meal or even enjoying rides at the amusement park. You should definitely pay a visit to the Royal Pavillion to marvel at the unique stunning...

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