What to do in Brilliant Brighton
If you want to enjoy all the sights and sounds of infamous Brighton City then the best policy is to book early! There's a reason why we were voted one of England's best beach breaks and there are stacks to keep you busy when you're not on the beach! Check out the Royal Pavilion, play your pennies on the pier or simply grab a deck chair and soak up some sun rays (sun not guaranteed).
Check out all of our accommodation and activity ideas below:
Browse Activities available in Brighton
Top Activities In Brighton
The devil's in the detail and the detail's in the planning. Here are some of our favourite activities in Brighton...
Top Accommodation this month
Looking for somewhere to base yourself in Brighton? Here's our favourite places to stay.
Why Have A Weekend In Brighton?
From the world famous Royal palace to one of the most popular piers in the country, there are hundreds of activities in Brighton that will keep your party interested and entertained whatever the weather, and whatever the season. Brighton is a city that is open year round. So if you require a little culture for your weekend then Brighton has plenty to go around.
The Lanes and Churchill Square offer an abundance of quirky, unique shops that make Brighton what it is. Nowadays, if you mention Brighton to anyone, they'll usually smirk and reminisce about some unforgettable night. It's not a secret that Brighton has plenty of unique pubs, clubs and wacky night-life venues to spend your evenings creating memories.
May: Brighton Fringe Fest
June: Wildlife Festival
July: Paddle Round The Pier
August: Brighton Pride
Daily Bus Ticket: £4.20
Daily Parking Price: £23
Uber Is Available
Walkable In Heels
Did You Know
There Are Over 400 Pubs In Brighton
Brighton's The Unofficial Gay Capital Of Europe
ABBA Won Eurovision In Brighton In 1974 With Waterloo
i360 Is The Tallest Moving Observation Tower In The World
Best Place For A Beverage
Average Pint: £3.40
The Craft Beer Co.
Brighton is our most popular destination in the UK, and it's no wonder why! In the past 17+ years, we've seen thousands of people venture into the seaside town and come out the other end with nothing but smiles, a minuscule sun tan and a few sore heads... The seafront is lined with fabulous hotels, quirky rock shops and retro fish & chip restaurants. Although, if you're after a good bit of batter you'll be better off exploring the Laines!