Vibrant Brighton's Sightseeing

Brighton is one of the south-coast's most popular resorts, with something for all the family. The Brighton City Sightseeing Tour will give you a flavour of the city and has a thoroughly entertaining commentary with fascinating facts and figures that even some of the locals don't know! The Tour takes in many highlights including the Pier, The Lanes, Royal Pavilion, Marina, and the main shopping areas.

Vibrant Brighton's Sightseeing

Brighton's Sightseeing

Royal Pavillion
For 200 years, John Nash’s extraordinary oriental fantasy, the Royal Pavilion has been linked with the identity of Brighton.

This former royal palace build as a home for the Prince Regent during the early 1800s is famous for having a very Indian appearance on the outside while the sumptuous interior is heavily influenced by both Chinese and Indian fashion with Islamic architectural elements. The Royal Pavilion is open all year round with adult ticket priced at around 9.50 GBP.

Brighton Pier

Brighton Pier
Brighton is the only town in Britain with a Grade I listed pier. Generally known as the Palace Pier, it was informally renamed Brighton Pier in 2000. Brighton Pier is famous for its thrilling rides as well as a fantastic range of activities for children. The Palace of Fun Arcade is packed with new machines and games such as” Guitar Hero”. The pier also offers a host of snack bars and restaurant. It is open daily from 10 am.

Brighton Sealife

Sealife Centre
Opposite the entrance to the Brighton Pier is the underwater world of Sealife Centre. Dating back to 1872, it’s the world’s oldest aquarium. you can take a walk through the long underwater observation tunnel to admire the stingrays and sharks swimming overhead.

Brighton Marina

Brighton Marina
Brighton Marina is UK’s largest yacht harbor, offering docking area for up to 1,300 boats. You can take your pick from a range of sailing lessons, yacht hire or sea fishing and diving. The marina village offers a range of leisure and entertainment facilities such as bowling, cinema, health club, restaurant, cafes and bars as well as some outlet stores.

Brighton Shopping

The Lanes
The Lanes form a retail, leisure and residential area near the seafront. The narrow, winding roads are filled with clothes shops, jewelers, antique shops, restaurants, cafés, pubs and bars. Close by lies the Churchill Square Centre, an indoor shopping centre with over 80 shops, and several restaurants. Further retail areas include, Western Road and London Road.

Contact Us

Info Line: 08450 251 010
Do not hesitate to contact us:

BRIGHTONENGLISHSCHOOLS.COM © Copyright 2009-2013. All Rights Reserved
Home | Language Courses | List Of Schools | Accommodation | Sightseeing