Get to know Brighton’s personality by exploring the historic cobbled Lanes and the bohemian North Laine, past unusual boutiques and independent shops, cafes and restaurants. During summer, the city awakens with street music and many venues provide regular live events.
Britain’s oldest electric railway, the Volkes Railway, trundles along the beach for over a mile to the Sea Life Centre and Brighton Palace Pier. On the pier you’ll find rides and attractions suited for all ages. A little further along the seafront is the British Airways i360 Tower, giving visitors a bird’s eye view of the city.
Jump on board the 77 bus to the Devils Dyke where you'll feel a million miles away from home, as you look across stunning views of rural Sussex and the shimmering sea. On rainy days, visit the city’s iconic Royal Pavilion or Brighton Marina.