Brighton Travel Guide

Brighton is one of the most famous seaside resorts in the United kingdom, located in the south coast in the county of East Sussex nearly of the capital city London. Brighton and its close neighbor Hove form the city of Brighton and Hove since 2000.

Brighton emerged as an ancient settlement called Brighthelmston during the 18th century and was a popular destination for day-trippers after the arrival of the railway in. During the period of Prince George IV when Brighton reached its apogee, the prince decided move to Brighton and to establish its home in 1873, his house was the Royal Pavilion, with its Indian domes and minarets and its Chinese style interior.

A major tourist attraction in Brighton is the pebble beach, which has bars, restaurants and night clubs. With noticeably rock but they are not uncomfortable on bare feet like other beaches. Also Brighton’s is known as nude area, because hedonism is biggest in the summer months. Londoners like Brighton because is an escape from the crowds and Gap-Minding of the tubes, to a cute, pedestrian friendly beach town. The pier is a cool diversion providing all the joys of a typical carnival trap.

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