Brighton is a real British seaside treasure that offers visitors a bustling city filled with shops, bars, restaurants, seafront attractions, and a nightlife that is often considered unrivalled. Whether you are headed to Brighton for a family holiday by the sea, a weekend getaway with a loved one, or for a business trip, this city is the number one stop for beauty, culture, and excitement!
Discover what Brighton has to offer and book a city break.
14 - 15 July
Whether you’re a seasoned yogis or a complete beginner, the free Yoga Festival based in the beautiful venue of Sussex County Cricket Ground is worth checking out.
07 July & 04 August
Thrill-seekers: are you up to the challenge? iDrop Abseil is the most exhilarating new experience on the south coast! Abseil from the British Airways i360 pod, 450ft above Brighton beach. Age 16+
Best Shopping: Famous for their decadent and extravagant chocolates and cakes, Choccywoccydoodah is a ‘must’ for any chocolate lover’s trip to Brighton.
Best Kept Secret: Devil’s Dyke is the largest chalkland dry combe in Britain, where you can enjoy the best views of Brighton city and the sea beyond.
Best Bar: Ye Olde King & Queen Pub takes you back in time to enjoy a beverage in a traditional setting. Housed in a Tudor building, this bar blends new and old, offering a great selection of real ales, cocktails, and wine, as well as a beer garden.