Things to Do in Brighton
Brighton is synonymous with shopping. From tiny underground stores to more refined fashion boutiques, the seaside town has gained a reputation as one of the best shopping cities in Britain. Discover hidden treasures in the city’s many record stores or marvel at the sheer number of independent clothing stores that can be found on Western Road or on the less touristy North Laine, which is also famous for housing some of the best antique stores in the region.
Brighton hosts one of the most popular British arts festivals. Every May, the city’s streets are flooded with tourists and locals alike who mingle with the many artists and musicians. All this lends the city a wonderful atmosphere and make it the place to be in England in the month of May.
Brighton is also home to one of the biggest UK Pride Festivals, which attracts more than 100,000 visitors every year. Already over 20 years of age, the festival is celebrated from late July to early August and gives the city a colourful and vibrant tone for one week.
The city’s privileged location makes most hotels in Brighton a dream come true with magnificent views of the channel and its beaches. From simple but cosy b&bs to luxurious 5-star hotels, Brighton offers the perfect accommodation choices for everyone. Take a look at our Brighton hotels list and read our customers’ reviews to help you book the perfect hotel.