Last year I’d the opportunity to visit Brighton, a town on the south coast of England. I spent just a day but it was enough for me to fall in love with the city. We took a train in London and because we were in 5 people, we could buy the group tickets that have a promotional price. The ticket was around £6.00 for each one of us (super cheap) and the journey took about 1 hour. On the way to the beach, following the main avenue leaving the station, we stopped at the lovely cafe called Julien Plumart. The sweets that looked delicious.
With stone sands and a landscape that looks like a painting, the beaches are inviting to sit and relax. Something that my friends and I made for at least 1 hour and 30 minutes.
One of the biggest tourist destination in Brighton is the pier with attractions, restaurants and shops. For £20.00 you can use almost every attraction, which unfortunately doesn’t sell tickets for each one separately.
Another super famous point and scenery of thousands of photos on Instagram are the colourful huts. To the opposite side to them is the beach, place of a magnificent sunset.
Of course, you can’t go to Brighton and don’t eat the famous fish and chips, the typical English dish. There are numerous options of restaurants along the beach and pier and with various prices.
Brighton has so much to see, but because we’d only spent a few hours there, we decided to focus on the attractions near the beach. A city with a relaxed and funny atmosphere. With just a few hours managed to win me and entered my Top 5 places in England.