What a unique and beautiful place! Here are our highlights of places worth seeing in Brighton:
A beautiful sight watching the sun set from the Pier. It has been acknowledged to be the finest pier ever built – and I can see why. The Pier stems back to 1899, 120 years ago. 20 May that year it all opened.
Great coffee, and specializes in their mocha with dark chocolate.
Address: 103 Gloucester RoadBrighton
A hidden gem in the heart of Brighton. In this little courtyard you’ll find 21 stores, Kiehl’s being one of them.
They’re inspiration lies in simplicity – something you can really feel. Quality, wholesome food.
Address: 10 Nile Street, Brighton
We only walked in the gardens of the Pavilion but even that is an experience of its own. The architecture inspired by Regency grandeur and the visual style of China and India.
Address: 4/5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton
Mini golf, just in the dark. Try to overlook the feeling of this place being a bit quirky – mini golf can fun and it was! Make sure to put on a comfortable pair of shoes though because walking from the city center to the Marina might hurt your feet. It’s quite a long walk. The sea view makes it worth it though.
Address: Unit 8, Ground Floor, Mermaid Walk, The Waterfront, Brighton Marina
A dainty, little store selling candles and presents. In need of gift ideas? A store like this can help you out. And they stock SevenSeventeen – a range of beautifully, hand-poured scented candles. Help support mental health charities by giving SevenSeventeen a try.
Address: 34 Gardner Street, Brighton
Any pub to either listen to live music, enjoy the company of others or watch a football match like we did.
Independent and boutique stores located in the twisty alleyways of this historic quarter.
Delicate pieces of white clothing, linen and bath necessities.
Address: 4 North St, Brighton
Go for a swim in the Brighton sea. Or like sit at the Brighton beach and just enjoy the scenery. The sound of the sea is calming at times like this.
Never have I been to a restaurant where I’ve felt more at home than at the Ivy. With the interior design and food – the elegance.
Address: The Ivy in the Lanes, 51a Ship Street, Brighton
Brighton being an inspiring place – I think you would really like. That is if you like a great variety of independent stores, cafés and late nights at a pier and having time to relax on the beach.