Brighton (England) Travel Guide
Tourists from all over the United Kingdom have been traveling to Brighton for holidays for well over one hundred years due to its location and appeal. European tourists also have been coming to taste the flavors of the British south coast for a number of years. Brighton is arguably the most quintessential seaside town in the whole country. It has a beautiful beach, a grand pier, a former royal palace, a sea life center and a theater. Whatever you would expect to find at a typical English coastal resort, you will find it in Brighton. It is not just its physical features that make it such a wonderful place either, it is just as much the general atmosphere and ambiance of the place. It attracts people of all ages and backgrounds, and is one of the most culturally diverse places in the UK. There is a nearby university, which ensures that there are plenty of young people around, and there are plenty of people at the other end of the scale too; those who have been visiting Brighton for years and years, since it was but little more than a small, sleepy fishing village. So you know what you want to do and where you want to go, but where will you stay? Accommodation in Brighton comes in all possible budget ranges. You can pay very little for a bed in one of the very clean hostels, or maybe you want to stretch to a 5 star resort, either and anything in between is available in Brighton. The best cheap seafront Brighton budget hotels are only an online search away, so do not forget to search before you travel! Finally, if you are looking for a holiday to experience such sights and sounds of a seafront city on the south coast of the United Kingdom, look no further than Brighton. The chances are you will already be booking your return visit before you leave from the first!