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Top 3 reasons why you should visit Brighton

Our top 3 reasons to visit Brighton

1. The seaside 

Brighton SeafrontThe seafront in Brighton is extremely beautiful and lively - it’s a great place to spend the day relaxing and having fun. During the day there are plenty of lively bars open as well as plenty of restaurants where you can find some traditional fish and chips! The pier is also a wonderful place to visit with big arcades, rides and plenty of attractions for everyone to enjoy!




2. Shopping

The Lanes

If you enjoy shopping then Brighton is a great town for you to visit. Brighton’s main shopping centre, Churchill Square, has over 70 shops! As well as the shopping centre Brighton also has high streets packed with major stores. Also on offer in Brighton are the Lanes and North Laine which provide 2 distinctly different areas to shop in. In the lanes you can find extravagant jewellery shops, and in the North Laines you can discover unique, one of a kind items in many of the independent shops.



 3. Culture

The Royal PavilionThere is a lot of culture to be experienced in Brighton. To begin, the Brighton Dome, which is part of the historic pavilion estate, plays host to a year round schedule of music, theatre and dance. The Royal Pavilion is also a great place to experience some culture, take a look inside this magnificent palace and be amazed by the décor and art work! There is also a lot of famous street art in Brighton featuring work from the famous Banksy! 



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