Cosmopolitan Hotel

29-31 New Steine, Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1PD, United Kingdom
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Brighton must-see attractions & recommendations

by ursa9

Hi,

I'm taking a day trip to Brighton (from London) in March. Please tell me what can I see in 6 hours (besides the Pavillon).

Could you also recommend me some good and inexpensive places to eat.

Thanks!

Sunny weekend greetings from Ljubljana,
Ursa

RE: Brighton must-see attractions & recommendations

by Mariajoy

Hiya,

most visitors take a walk along the famous Brighton pier and see the amusements! There are also The Laines - lots of interesting little boutique type shops selling all kinds of unusual things from clothes and shoes to toys, jewellery,accessories etc etc.

As for good places to eat there are a few recommendations on my Brighton page - but Fat Leos - an Italian place, (also in the Laines) is great for good food on a budget.

Have fun!

RE: Brighton must-see attractions & recommendations

by Alvernia

If it's sunny and the wind is in the right direction, the seafront is the place to be. It used to be really boring, but no longer. Restaurants, bars etc. Also lots of squares and outside bars in The Lanes - near Pavilion. The North Laines (north of The Lanes) have lots of little and different bars, cafes, shops etc if it's wet - or dry, but in 6 hours you can't do too much.
Enjoy
Alvernia

RE: RE: Brighton must-see attractions & recommendations

by ursa9

Wow, I'm really excited to go there! Thanks for advice, girls! I hope, it will be sunny. :-)

Greetings from Ljubljana,
Ursa

RE: Brighton must-see attractions & recommendations

by PGCrow

Hi,

Just a little note to add to your other replies... March is known for it's windy days in this country. If it is one of those days it's worth spending a few minutes on the seafront just watch the sea and feel the energy of the waves battering the beach! After that take shelter in one of the many coffee shops in the Laines!!!

Have fun!
Paul

RE: RE: RE: Brighton must-see attractions & recommendations

by ursa9

What a nice piece of advice! I hope to catch some sunrays and yees, feel the energy of the waves, and of the place itself. Thanks, Paul!

Greets, Ursa

RE: Brighton must-see attractions & recommendations

by jose_4586

the laines, the pier, the seafront.

For food try Piccolo in Union Street. It is a nice cheap Italian restaurant

RE: RE: Brighton must-see attractions & recommendations

by ursa9

Thanks! I'll try it next time. Brighton really is wonderful and I was lucky to see it on a beautiful sunny day! The sound of waves and seagulls accompanied me on my stroll along the beach...

Travel Tips for Brighton

Car Boot Sale and Sunday Lunch

by amapola66

Pop up to the Sunday morning flea market/car boot sale, where you'll find all manner of strange and interesting articles for cheap. (The earlier, the better).

This used to be held held in the car park at the back of Brighton Station, but is now held a Brighton Marina (out of city center).. There are usually some familiar (for me anyway!) and friendly faces having a good old rummage there and a nice atmosphere.

Follow that with a tradtional British Sunday lunch. (Currently investigating the latest recommended). The Dorset in the center of town has always been a local favourite where you can sit out on the steret weather permitting.
Dorset Bar

THE PIER with an arcade and...

by kwanou

THE PIER with an arcade and lots of fast food stalls, including the very English ‘Fish and Chips’. And so many sea-gulls!
BEWARE: Don't eat fish and chips at the stall at the end of the pier; they are DISGUSTING.

Rough Guide to Britain

by HORSCHECK

To explore Great Britain an up to date guidebook is very useful. I often use the Rough Guide to Britain (England, Wales, Scotland).
It covers information for all budgets on the best places to stay, eat and drink. Numerous recommendations and practical tips on exploring the countries make this book an useful travel companion.

Visit the surrounding villages

by USCgirlie

Near Brighton are some beautiful, charming villages such as the village of Rottingdean. Rottingdean is a very small village, with only a population of about 2000. It's a wonderful place for peaceful walks, looking through its bookstores which describes its history, and has some wonderful places where you can have a cuppa (cup of tea). Also near Brighton (4 km away, or 30 minutes by bus) is the village of Falmer with its gorgeous countryside (in the spring, you will see cows in the hillside!), ponds, and quaint houses. Falmer is also home to the University of Sussex. Don't be afraid to leave Brighton and explore the tiny adjoining villages! Both Rottingdean and Falmer are served by buslines from Brighton.

Treat Yourself (or friend!) To Some Retail Therapy

by mollymoo0oo0 about Retail Therapy

Just as the name suggests, this shop offers the wonderful concept of both Retail and Therapy.... There are many unusual and original gift and household items on offer for you to buy, each one lovingly crafted from recycled materials.... also, there is a therapy area - offering massage, aromatherapy, reflexology, Indian head massage, Swedish massage, Reiki and more.. There is a real personal touch in this shop, and making a gift purchase needn't stretch the purse strings too much either - some items start from around a pound.

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