Brighton is the UK's largest and most popular seaside city - and it's easy to see why. Many international students flock to the city due to all that it has to offer. In this article, we have famous Landmarks, Parks, Eateries, Coffees, and Places to Drink in Brighton.
1. Landmarks: The Royal Pavillion
The Brighton Pavilion is famous for its grand architecture inside and outside of the building. Many Brightonians enjoy the parks that surround the Pavillion in the summertime and learn about the building's historic value on a museum tour in winter.
The Lanes - An array of shops near the seafront that hold some of the characteristics of Brighton. There are three: The North Laines, South Laines, and the Lanes.
Brighton Pier - This is the second pier known to the city. This is the perfect place to take your family when they come for a visit.
The West Pier - This old pier was burned down mysteriously, but now remains a symbol for the city.
2. Best Greens: Queens Park
Considered as one of the biggest parks in Brighton and Hove, Queens Park has space for book readers, dog walkers, and child's play alike. This vast park is situated in the heart of Kemptown near many quintessential restaurants and shops.
Hove Lawns - This large segment of greenery is on the seafront leading into Hove, actually. It's the perfect place for a BBQ.
Stanmer Park - This lovely park situated on the outskirts of Brighton is home to many festival and cultural events