100 Days Out

Brighton, and its neighbour Hove, are two stylish seaside resorts, and a great base for exploring the beautiful Sussex countryside. Historic houses, glorious gardens and picturesque little villages are all just a short drive away.

Only 49 minutes by train from London and easily accessible from the M25 and M23 motorways, Brighton is an ideal choice for a short break by the sea.

The Royal Pavilion

In 1823, King George IV had the Royal Pavilion built to entertain fashionable Regency society. Today, Brighton’s most famous landmark displays the Indian architecture and Chinese interiors that John Nash used to give the Pavilion its unique identity.

Brighton_Royal_Pavilion.jpg Brighton Royal Pavilion Photo Svencb under a Creative Commons License

The Brighton Sea life Centre is home to over 150 species of fish and other underwater creatures. Hold a crab or stand underwater tunnel as giant turtles and sharks circle overhead.

Stroll along the vibrant Beachfront…

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