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Best things to do in Brighton

History Museum
“Entry £8-£13.50 The building that began Brighton’s popularity this is the King’s Pleasure Palace by the sea which was sold off in 1851 by Queen Victoria as she hated it. It’s Indian in style on the outside and Chinese on the inside, an eccentric building stuffed full with treasures – well worth a visit. You can now buy a combined history pass (April-Sep) that will get you into Brighton Museum, The Royal Pavilion and Preston Manor - Adults £16.50 buy at one of the sites. It lasts three consecutive days.”
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“You gotta do it at least once and watch the seagulls stealing chips from the daytrippers.”
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“If you are looking to put a creative edge into your shopping, The Lanes Brighton offers a shopper’s paradise of independent shops and boutiques. Once the heart of the fishing town of Brighthelmstone, The Lanes Brighton is the city’s historic quarter with a fabulous maze of twisting alleyways. There are twittens and catcreeps offering an extraordinary mix of antiques and jewellery shops nestling alongside specialist contemporary and designer boutique fashion. The Lanes Brighton - from quirky shops to live jazz... Crammed with quaint and wondrous shops and funky restaurants and cafes, The Lanes are best wandered lazily and explored as you find them. You'll often find buskers livening up the streets, making The Lanes a great place for the battle worn shopper to grab a coffee and soak up the atmosphere to the sounds of some live jazz.”
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“Brighton’s premier live entertainment venue presents one of the largest, most diverse arts and entertainment programmes in the UK. With over 700 performances of comedy, music, cabaret and children’s theatre, the programme features the very best of international and national performer. This comedy club also houses a Picturehouse Cinema showing the latest films. Cosy up and book a sofa seat - you won't be disappointed. ”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“The British Airways i360 has been a truly amazing addition to the Brighton Seafront! Enjoy a glass (or two) of champagne whilst taking in the stunning Sussex Coastline!”
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Point of Interest
“it's part of the iconic North Laine shopping area - crammed with independent shops that only Brighton could provide”
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Hafen / Marina
“Brighton Marina is the largest marina in the UK and has plenty to do for all ages, within its picturesque waterfront surroundings. With an 8 screen cinema, 26- lane recently refurbished bowling alley, glow in the dark golf and casino, there’s never a dull moment. If you love to shop, you’ll enjoy exploring a selection of specialist stores, fashion, home furnishings, gifts, accessories and even designer kitchens. For outdoor enthusiasts, go on a boat trip, learn how to sail or jet ski. For those who prefer dry land why not hire an electric bike or enjoy a walk along the east break water to watch the fishermen? When it is time to relax, there’s nothing better than sitting in one of the many cafés or restaurants and watching the yachts sail by. You could even make a night of it and stay at the boutique Malmaison hotel boasting harbour views. With free outdoor ping pong and New York style chess tables, you’ll struggle to run out of things to do.”
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Vegetarisches / Veganes Restaurant
“Veggie/Vegan - Cost: Expensive Terre a Terre is one of the city’s most famous vegetarian restaraunts founded in 1993 they create diverse flavours and an unexpected menu that you won’t find elsewhere. ”
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“Bonkers and stunning architectural 'palace'. On a warm day there's a nice cafe in the gardens in front of the pavilion. In winter there's an ice rink. NB for some reason it's on the wrong place on the map! It's actually between Grand Parade and New Road”
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Indisches Restaurant
“Centrally located in the North Laine, this popular independent restaurant boasts a number of awards, an excellent reviews. The menu is inspired from different regions of India and changes seasonally. Typical sample dishes include a selection of tandoori, roasts and kebabs, curries, dosas and biryanis, along with a selection of sides, nibbles and changing specials. Offering a little bit of something for everyone, the Chilli Pickle is a great dining option for meat eaters, vegetarian and gluten free diners alike.”
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Point of Interest
“Fantastic acoustics and where ABBA famously won the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest. Great concert venue.”
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“In my opinion the best pub in Brighton. The food is a little bit more expensive than average price but it's delicious (very creative and with lots of vegetarian options) and the building itself it's very beautiful. Definetly reccommended especially in the summer for the terrace. ”
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“A traditional cinema located just down the road, enjoy the luxurious seating and cosy interior whilst watching a film with a glass of wine in your hand.”
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“Renowned for the freshness of their produce, look no further for Brighton's outstanding Seafood restaurant.”
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Molecular Gastronomy Restaurant
“With the kitchen run by BBC's 'Great British Menu' winner Michael Bremner, 64 Degrees is not a restaurant visit to be missed. Carefully crafted small plates that looks as good as they taste, perfect for impressing your other half!”
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“The best ice cream you will ever have. Be prepared for a queue around the corner but it is definitely worth the wait!”
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