Brighton a beautiful place at the sea in the UKBrighton a beautiful place at the sea in the UK

As some of you have probably already noticed via Instagram or Snapchat, I was last week in Brighton on holiday. Most impressions and Must Visit’s I want to bring you a little closer today.

 

Brighton sea

 

the Brighton Pier

 

Brighton Pier

 

Who already was in Brighton knows certainly the Brighton Pier. This is the place of amusement No 1 in Brighton. In addition to snacks, rides and games caves simply can just enjoy the view of the open sea.

 

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On the Brighton Pier there is always something going on, especially of course in fine weather and on the weekends. The rides are relatively low, for children free passes for certain tracks may often be purchased.

 

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There are, for example, a small roller coaster.

 

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And a small water pace track.

the Royal Pavillon

 

This attraction you should not miss. The Royal Pavilion with its exceptional architecture inspires me always on’s new. Surrounded by a beautiful park, it is a popular meeting place.

 

Brighton Pavillon

 

Small historical excursion:

The Royal Pavilion was the Prince of Wales George IV. Built in the years 1815-1822 in the seaside resort of Brighton in England. The architect was John Nash.

His models were the Mogul palaces in India, with its interior in the Chinese style is the Pavilion of the most exotic palace in Europe.

After the death of the builder George IV in 1830, the palace still by his successor, William IV.benutzt was. Queen Victoria visited but reluctant Brighton and regretted the lack of privacy in the 1841 developed by the Railway resort. From 1845, the government planned therefore the palace for sale. In 1850 he went for £ 53,000 to the city of Brighton. As a result, the building then served for meeting purposes, the First World War as a hospital for wounded soldiers from India and the West Indies. Since World War II, the city has made great efforts to restore the pavilion faithfully.

The Prince of Wales visited Brighton first in 1783, shortly after he had reached the age of majority. Located on the coastal town was known by his uncle, the Duke of Cumberland, with whom he shared the preference for cooking, games and theater, and with whom he lived in Brighton in Grove House.

(Text source: Wikipedia https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Pavilion)

 

Brighton Pavillon

 

 

Brighton Pavillon

 

Domiciled is also a museum which I visited on my last visit some years ago.

 

Brighton Pavillon

 

The Beach

 

The most popular seaside resort in England can score with the beautiful Seafront. Both during the day and evening, there is an absolute place to be. The day can you as Go swimming or water sports, eating ice cream or drinking milkshakes, and strolling in the beach shops prepares great fun. In the evening it can dine comfortably in the great beach restaurants, in the music bar drinking their cocktails with high quality live music and on the beach itself, a BBQ is with disposable barbecues organized.

 

Brighton sea

 

small BBQ at the beach

 

Brighton sea

 

Who now thinks on this carousel ride only children is going wrong. In particular, adult women are often sift on these horses.

 

Brighton sea

 

Beach products, souvenirs and Co. are offered for sale in the small shops on the beach.

 

Brighton sea

 

In this photo you see the children’s pool, on the weekend this is well filled. In the background again is to see a small pavilion, it was there just a wedding reception.

 

Brighton sea

 

Even art fans will not miss out, sell alongside painters the pictures, there are also free museums on the beach as the Fishing Museum.

 

Shopping and the Lanes

 

If you feel like a small or large shopping tour is also in good hands in Brighton. In particular, in the lanes can be all sorts of curious discover. Cupcake Cafe’s, hippie shops and great Interiordeko treasures you can find there. Extensively shopping can also be in Brighton Shopping Center, there can find her almost all known and popular English fashion chains such as Urban Outfitters, Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, River Iceland, GAP u.v.m.

 

Brighton the lanes

 

the Lanes

 

Brighton the lanes

 

 

Brighton the lanes

 

 

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Even otherwise, there are all kinds of great shops to explore.

 

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Street Food Market

 

Every Friday in Brighton at the Queens Road there is a Street Food Market. Since menu of international and regional specialties can be discovered. So if you are on a Friday in Brighton looks yet over.

 

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Volks Electric Railway

 

Also not to be missed is a ride on the Volk’s Electric Railway in Brighton. This electric-powered train runs since 1885 and is the oldest railway of this kind, which is still in operation.

 

Brighton Volks Electric

 

 

Brighton Volks Electric

 

the tourist bus

 

In Brighton there is the possibility of a tour bus. Personally, I am certainly never driven it and have explored the city on foot or by the city buses. To get an overview but it is certainly a good idea although Brighton not as large as London. Since I was already for the 3rd time in Brighton to visit I skipped it.

 

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Incidentally, one meets at the weekend on the sidewalk above the beach on all sorts of curious. Since there are already times Minnie and Mickey Mouse alongside Darth Vader.

 

Sea Life

 

Highly recommended for all underwater friends is the Sea Life in Brighton, where you can sometimes even stroke a starfish, admire giant turtles and walk under a shark tank.

 

Brighton sealife

 

 

further impressions

 

Here are a few more impressions of Brighton, there is a lot to discover and I like the English architectural style of the old houses very much.

 

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Clocktower

 

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city of Brighton

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park

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war monument

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church

How do you like the impressions of Brighton? Have you ever been there?

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