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Cycling Tour of Brighton City
"Offering two departures a day the first starting at 10:30am and the second starting at 2:30pm from the meeting point on New Road in the heart of Brighton’s Cultural Mile.The tour will start by getting you fitted on a bike and with a helmet (if you want one). After a little talk on safety and the bikes start cycling a path along Victoria Lawns and Grand Parade Garden to St Peters Church. On the Grand Tour you will see and hear all about the history of the Royal Pavilion North Laine The Lanes Brighton Dome
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Cycling Tour of Brighton City
"Offering two departures a day the first starting at 10:30am and the second starting at 2:30pm from the meeting point on New Road in the heart of Brighton’s Cultural Mile.The tour will start by getting you fitted on a bike and with a helmet (if you want one). After a little talk on safety and the bikes start cycling a path along Victoria Lawns and Grand Parade Garden to St Peters Church. On the Grand Tour you will see and hear all about the history of the Royal Pavilion North Laine The Lanes Brighton Dome
From GBP20.00
 
Cycling Tour of Brighton City
"Offering two departures a day the first starting at 10:30am and the second starting at 2:30pm from the meeting point on New Road in the heart of Brighton’s Cultural Mile.The tour will start by getting you fitted on a bike and with a helmet (if you want one). After a little talk on safety and the bikes start cycling a path along Victoria Lawns and Grand Parade Garden to St Peters Church. On the Grand Tour you will see and hear all about the history of the Royal Pavilion North Laine The Lanes Brighton Dome
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Take warm clothes with you!

I think it would be good to take one suitcase with you and a handbag. A piece of hand luggage you should take with you when you go back home. There are a lot of shops in Brighton. The weather here...
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Bill Bryson - Notes from a small island

Notes from a small island by Bill Bryson tells the story of Bryson's last trip around Britain before moving back to the States after almost 20 years on the British island. The book is packed with...
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Warm jumper, Umbrella and Sunglasses !

Bring clothes for all weather! Bring a warm jumper to Brighton. Although we seem to get warmer weather than the rest of the UK, it is totally and unpredictably changeable. You can go into a shop from...
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City Guide of Brighton

Take a free city guide of Brigton at the tourist information. It is a pocket guide with every kind of useful information about the city (e.g. shopping, eating out, pubs, clubs etc.). Aprat from...
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Rough Guide to Britain

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...
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money money money!

compared with abroad, condoms can be a bit pricey here so bring your own. bring change (as in money in coin form) for using buses as a lot of bus drivers do not like to change note money. Also...
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Somthing to Sit on - For the Beach

If you want to sit on the beach I would bring a nice thick blanket (the beach has large stones and can hurt) or bring some chairs. You can hire deck chairs but some people may find the cost too...
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Actually there's not much point in bringing an umbrella -it does rain a lot, but the rain usually comes with wind, so a woolly hat is better. Or a hood. You can get practically everything you need at...
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Definately an umbrella, after all it's England!! It always pours unexpectedly! Lots of shops around, so don't worry about stocking up on equipment. If you're going in summer, and if you're going to...
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Depends on how you are travelling, but suitcases or rucksacks are fine, but we dont have a lot of porters anymore and you will be expected to carry your own stuff. Airports have luggage carriers...
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This is the UK, so an umbrella is something you should always pack. Good, comfy walking shoes are a must, you'll be walking a lot here. We walked for miles and miles exploring all the castles and...
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When you go to England the most important thing is to take a lot of heavy clothes and an umbrella.The weather is very strange there.There have to rain everyday!!Even if at morning there is warm,...
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If you are back packing then it is fine to bring a ruck sack. If you are on business then a suitcase is probably more applicable. Bring Warm clothes, umbrellas and hats and scarves especially in the...
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I was going only for the day and found taking nothing with you not to be very good in a unforseen extra day stay.The back packers I stayed at provided no blankets or pillows. no forget sun screen to...
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Top Hotels in Brighton

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King's Rd, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 2FW, United Kingdom
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17 Atlingworth Street, Kemp Town, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1PL, United Kingdom
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44 Marine Parade, Kemp Town, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1PE, United Kingdom
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144 North Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1RE, United Kingdom
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101 Stroudley Road, New England Street, Brighton, BN1 4GQ, United Kingdom
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137 Kings Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 2JF, United Kingdom
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Top Things to Do in Brighton

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Royal Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion started as a modest lodging owned by George, the then Prince of Wales in 1787 and with the architect Henry Holland it was transformed into a neo-classical villa known as the Marine...
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The Lanes

The Lanes is a small area of specialist shops (especially jewellers), restaurants and pubs within a stone's throw of the sea and pier. Just wander. People watch in good weather. All restaurants on a...
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Palace Pier

Our 1st stop of the day was Brighton Pier, rain was forecasted for later in the day so I thought we would take advantage of the rainless morning. The Pier is exactly what you'd expect for an English...
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The Beach

Brighton beach is great, but can it really be a beach without any sand? Great fun watching the kids playing chicken with the incoming waves especially on a stormy day. i took a train from London to...
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Sealife Centre

I had the misfortune of spending a very rainy 25th August in Brighton and decided with my partner to take my nephew and niece to the Sea Life Centre, there being not a lot else we could do with two...
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Devils Dyke

If you looking for a special place for having a lunch or picnic, it would be a good answer of that question.- Devil's Dyke. It is close to Brighton city centre. You can take a bus at Churchill square...
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amapola66

"Brighton Rocks !"
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Mariajoy

"Brighton"
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themajor

"BRIGHTON - THE CITY THAT ATE HOVE"
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biggeorge

"Brighton"
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sourbugger

"London's naughty seaside retreat"
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