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Brighton is a popular seaside resort in East Sussex, 47 miles south of London. Many of the major attractions include the Grand Hotel, West Pier, and Palace Pier, which were all built during the Victorian era. Much of the city has a Georgian and Victorian feel, including rows of terrace houses along the seafront, and its famous piers.

The seafront and beaches no doubt draw in visitors year on year. The city has an 8.7km expanse of shingle beach, while the Palace Pier section of the beach has been awarded blue flag status.

Brighton has long been famous for its vibrant culture, and has been associated with many musicians and artists over the years. It hosts the Brighton Festival and Brighton Fringe, the largest arts festival in the UK after the Edinburgh Fringe, which are sure to draw in tourists.

When do people visit Brighton?

Throughout the year, especially summer, because of the beaches and famous pier. Properties within walking distance of the beach are likely to command higher prices during the warmer months. However, Brighton also draws in tourists for its vibrant culture, as well as those travelling for business.

Corporate travel

Brighton is home to a number of large corporations, which are likely to encourage guests visiting the city for a business trip.

American Express is the city’s largest employer, while Lloyds Bank and Legal & General also employ a large number of people. A plethora of media businesses are also found in the city, which has sometimes even been referred to as “silicon beach”!

Brighton is also a popular location for business conferences, exhibitions and trade fairs, often held at the Brighton Centre.

Attractions in Brighton

The Royal Pavilion

This Grade I listed building was once a royal palace, built for George IV during the 19th century. Famous architect John Nash directed the design, giving the building its famous Oriental interior.

Palace Pier

Brighton Marine Palace and Pier opened in 1899, and includes a funfair, restaurants and arcade halls. The West Pier, built in 1866, is one of the only Grade I listed piers in the UK and isn’t open to the public.

British Airways i360

The British Airways i360 is the largest observation tower outside London, soaring 162 metres high. As well as the fantastic views, a range of events are held in the tower throughout the year. If you like an adrenaline rush, then try the ‘drop 360’ (abseiling). The descent is controlled from above, giving a view of the stunning landscape. Parties and events, such as wine tasting, are also held in the tower.

Brighton festival and Brighton Fringe

Brighton festival is the UK’s second largest arts festival in the UK, after Edinburgh Fringe. The event features processions and outdoor displays involving pyrotechnics, theatre, music and visual arts venues. There is also an Artists’ Open House, where artists open their homes as galleries displaying their work. The event is likely to draw in an increased number of visitors to the city during the month it runs, and properties can set a higher price point.

Taking place alongside Brighton Festival, the Brighton Fringe is one of the largest fringe festivals in the world. It runs across four weeks. The fringe can feature everything from cabaret, circus dance, comedy, literature and spoken word, to films and nightlife. There are also performances and workshops aimed at children, ideal for families on holiday.

Museums and galleries

There are a number of museums and galleries in the city. The Royal Pavilion serves as a museum to the British Regency.

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery is steeped in history; it was visited by both King William IV and Queen Victoria. Collections held there include the Decorative Art collection, which features British, European and American art from the 17th century to the present. Also featured in the museum are a World Act collection, Fine Art Collection, as well as a Film and Media collection.

Beaches and the Marina

The city is famous for its beaches, all 26 of which are council owned. Brighton Central Beach is one of England’s best known beaches; it extends for miles either side of the pier. Water sports enthusiasts can rejoice: there’s sailing, windsurfing, kayaking and paddle-boarding all on offer.

Brighton Marina is located a short walk to the east of Brighton Central beach. You’ll find yachts, boats and an opportunity for a sailing trip. Along the Marina are cafes, restaurants and bars, as well as a cinema, casino and bowling alley.

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