Brighton is a lovely seaside town. It takes about 2 hours from London to Brighton by train.This town is walkable. Thus, I would recommend walking to explore the vibe of Brighton. Google Map will make your exploring city easier!
Once you arrive Brighton railway station the very first very iconic thing you will see is the Music Legends graffiti. Go out of the railway station then turn left on to Trafalgar street. You will find the graffiti on the wall of "The Prince and Albert Pub" between Trafalgar Street and Frederick Place.
You can find Graffiti everywhere in Brighton
Seaside historic palace of the prince Regent George IV
Address: 4/5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton, East Susses, BN1 1EE, United Kingdom
Entrance fee: 12.30 GBP
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It is the most iconic attraction in Brighton was featured in film like "Sweeny Todd"
Here you can stroll along the beach and enjoy the beautiful view of the Brighton sea, have fun at the amusement arcade, shop for souvenirs, drink and eat the at the restaurants. There's something for everyone!
Address: Madeira Dr, Brighton BN2 1TW, United Kingdom
Free deck chairs where you can just sit and enjoy the pretty view
That Little Tea Shop In The Lanes
It feels like an old British tea room and all the waitresses dressed in lovely traditional black and white uniform. They offer simple tea set menu and variety of English homemade cakes. We ordered Tea for two set. It comes with 2 huge scones with clotted cream and jam, small sandwiches, small slice of homemade cake, and a pot of tea.
Address: 17 Meeting House Lane, Brighton, BN1 1HB, United Kingdom