17 Regency Square, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 2FG, United Kingdom
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July '05

by Nathalygiro

Hi everybody!

I'm gonna spend next July in Brighton (english course). I'd really like to meet people from there and/or around it! Just to have fun, speaking, going out,... maybe you can also recommend me nice places to visit during my stayed.

Thanks and see ya!


RE: July '05

by Cham

well i'm about an hour away so i'll be up for it although i'll be travelling twice in july so it all depends when you'll be here... but yeah let me know closer to the time. btw you'll love brighton! especially at that time of the year because there should be (and i'm not promising) sunshine lol

RE: July '05

by jsadler8

Brighton is really a lot of fun, especially if your into nighlife. Really good clubs and bars up there during the summertime. I'd imagine most of your days therr will be spent hanging out on the boardwalk or on the adjacent beach :) As far as sightseeing is concerned the Indian Palace is pretty interesting if architecture interest you.

RE: RE: July '05

by planxty

I'm no great expert on Brighton, although there is an area of interesting small shops just down the hill and on the left from the train station.

Don't forget, you are only an hour away from London on the train, so that should give you plenty of ideas for trips! Have fun.

RE: July '05

by nicedudeuk

The home page of brighton on VT tells you a lot about what to do. However, dont miss the lanes and davil's dyke and also do that Eastbourne bus ride through bus 12... its amazing sea view ride.. ENJOy...

RE: RE: July '05

by Cham

wow that was a bit of a late reply, this post is over a year old!

Re: July '05

by haydeneta

Hi!! Im a Spanish girl and Im going to Brighton in july, too. I'll be there from 7th to 28th in July. I'll do an english course(MEC) in ISIS Brighton School. I would like to meet new people there, english or not, I dont mind


Per a Natàlia:

Hola!! D'on eres? Es que he vist que escrius el teu nom com a Natàlia (amb accent obert) i això em resulta familiar!! jeje

Jo sóc de València i vaig a Brighton del 7 al 28 de juliol. Vaig amb la beca del MEC i amb l'agència LINGULAND. Si vas per eixes dates estaria bé xq així ja coneixeriem a algú abans d'arribar. Bé, espere resposta. Adéu

Travel Tips for Brighton

This is Brighton Beach! It...

by Jillworld

This is Brighton Beach! It was not what I had been expecting - no sand, only pebbles! It was lovely (but not comfortable - I would recommend hiring a chair) to sit on the beach and watch the people enjoying the beautiful day at the seaside. I am standing on Brighton Pier, which for some reason, I did not take a picture of! Arrgh!

Europes largest beer garden

by biggeorge

As soon as it gets warm enough most people head fort he beach in the evenings , although you aren't allowed bonfires you can either get pints in plastic glasses from the Fortune Of War or bring your own carry out from the offy. They sometimes show the cricket and the odd film on a giant cinema screen. Its all very relaxing as the sun goes down.

Seagulls! Seagulls!

by nigelw6443

Home of the infamous Brighton and Hove Albion. A football team that has experienced the highs and lows of English football. Currently in the 2nd division after a tough season in the 1st and awaiting a new stadium at Falmer(Hopefully not too long to wait) but residing at the moment at Withdean Athletic stadium.

Due to the tremendous support you will be very lucky to get a match ticket. You will have to wait until they move to Falmer!

Rye on the Sussex coast was...

by steventilly

Rye on the Sussex coast was one of the Cinq Ports of Elizabethan times, charged with defending the south coast against invasion. It thrived as a port for some time, and was a popular base for smugglers, until the silting of the river eventually lead to its decline. Nowadays the town is a couple of miles inland from the river and the former warehouses and wharves house craft shops and workshops. Rye is particularly famous now for its hand crafted pottery, available from many of these shops.
Mermaid Hill is one of Rye's most famous streets, lined with beautiful buildings it runs downhill to what once was the sea. At the top of the hill stands The Mermaid a fine old Inn that used to be the haunt of smugglers.

Cheap Veg, Plants, Organic & Household Things

by amapola66 about Open Market

If you need to buy some of the rather more boring things in life for the home such as batteries, hoover bags, dishcloths and such, I recommend you head down to the open market off London Road and find them much cheaper.

Although quite small, you can also find some reasonably priced fruit and veg, an organic shop, fresh fish, cheeses tools, bicycles, plants and all manner of odd bits and bobs.

The market also now has it's own internet cafe which also specialises in computer repairs etc...

The market has been there for years and has so far, survived competition from the large corporate supermarkets. Boring but essential household objects.
Fruit & Veg
Flowers and Plants
Eastern Food
Organic Food
Secondhand tools
Sewing accessories

There are toilet facilities and a cafe Cheap!


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