Brighton is a seaside resort town known for its creativity, openness and eccentricity. With a multitude of pubs, cafes, music venues, theatres, museums and galleries, Brighton has a reputation as a cultural hub and boasts beautiful Georgian, Victorian and Modernist architecture throughout the city. As a resort town, Brighton has some world-famous tourist attractions, such as the 230-year old Royal Pavilion, the Seafront, Brighton Pier and the British Airways i360.
Nestled between the English Channel and the newly-created South Downs National Park, Brighton is also part of UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, making it the perfect mix of sea, scenery and society.
For more information about events and listings, please go to the official tourist information site, Visit Brighton: visitbrighton.com/
For those interested in exploring the National Park, please visit: southdowns.gov.uk
If you are interested in finding out about more about Brighton’s history and culture, consider visiting one of the five local museums: brightonmuseums.org.uk