Brighton Travel Guide
Shopping is a major pastime in Brighton and for visitors few places are as rewarding as “The Lanes”,
once the heart of the original village of Brighthelmstone, this maze of narrow streets
and alleyways is now full of antique shops, jewellers, booksellers and dozens
of other specialist retailers. Brighton’s, and possibly Britain’s most
distinctive landmark The Pavillion
is centrally located and well worth a visit. This incongruous building with an
Indian exterior and decorated inside with a mixture of Old English and Oriental
was built for King George IV as an escape from regal duties in the capital. Brighton Marina,
now the UK’s largest, is a bustling mix of boats, bars, waterside homes and
lots of places to eat and drink, a great place for a spot of people watching.
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