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Top things to do in Brighton in such little time

Top things to do in Brighton in such little time

Brighton city has it all, from vintage penny slot museums, crazy golf, tourist wheels, Piers, electric railway, quaint shopping lanes to the bohemian North Laine, Comedy club, Royal palace, skillful graffiti filled back streets, haunted manor houses, Tallest parish churches and so much more. That is not to mention the great selection and variety of places to eat. If you can imagine it Brighton has a restaurant serving it, from traditional fish and chips to modern English cuisine. There restaurants serving foods from all round the world and still there's over 600 drinking establishments to wash it all down with afterwards.


All this before you go out of an evening to take in a show at the Theater Royal,  Brighton centre, Brighton Dome or even take in a film at the Odeon, cinema or Duke of York's picture house.


Its over whelming just organizing how your going to fit as much of Brighton in as possible, so to make your short visit is as memorable as possible.


There is an answer. Here is a Sample Itinerary: 


  1. 9:50am Arrived at Brighton station

  2. 10am Arrived at Caffe Italiano on the corner of New road and had a coffee before our bike tour began.

  3. 10:30am went two doors along to the Unitarian church where our bikes and tour guide was waiting for us. We were fitted up on our bikes and given helmets and a small safety talk and then tour began.

  4. We saw and heard about, St Peters Church, The level, The Viaduct, Preston Park, Little St Peters, Preston Manor House, Oldest Elm Trees in Europe, The secret garden, the pet cemetery, amazing graffiti, Sydney Street and the North Laine, Brighton Dome, King George IV statue, The Royal Pavilion Palace and Brighton Museum.

  5. 12pm had a 20 minute break at the Pavilion palace garden Cafe,

  6. 12:20pm we were of again, this time though Bohemian Bod street and into the old lanes, past the Classical Town hall building, though East street were we heard about the filming of the  Quadrophenia movie and then onto the sea front. Here we saw and heard about the Volks Electric railway, The Royal suspension pier, West Pier, Palace Pier and Brighton Pier. and the fishing quarter and Grand hotel, we then rode back into town where we heard about the Prince regents favorite mistress before returning to New Road by 1pm.

  7. Brighton city has it all, from vintage penny slot museums, crazy golf, tourist wheels, Piers, electric railway, quaint shopping lanes to the bohemian North Laine, Comedy club, Royal palace, skillful graffiti filled back streets, haunted manor houses, Tallest parish churches and so much more. That is not to mention the great selection and variety of places to eat. If you can imagine it Brighton has a restaurant serving it, from traditional fish and chips to modern English cuisine. There restaurants serving foods from all round the world and still there's over 600 drinking establishments to wash it all down with afterwards.

  8. All this before you go out of an evening to take in a show at the Theater Royal,  Brighton centre, Brighton Dome or even take in a film at the Odeon, cinema or Duke of York's picture house.

  9. Its over whelming just organizing how your going to fit as much of Brighton in as possible, so to make your short visit is as memorable as possible.

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Contributed By Carlo Raffa

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Contributed By Carlo Raffa