Brighton is the largest seaside resort on the southern coast of England. Located about 75 km (47 miles) south from London, the resort and the neighbouring town of Hove joined to form a single authority called Brighton & Hove in 1997. Brighton is one of the most popular seaside resorts in the UK. It is especially popular with Londoners for weekend breaks and day trips, giving Brighton the nickname of ‘London-by-the-Sea’. Brighton is a charming, vibrant and colourful resort offering visitors plenty to see and do.
Travel Guide to Brighton
See & Do in Brighton
Top Free Attractions in London
Despite London's expensive reputation, you don’t have to spend a fortune on admission tickets to many of the city's attractions. In fact many of the top attractions are free including the museums and art galleries. Top Free Attractions in London
Top Free Museums in London
London is home to numerous museums including those dedicated to history, natural history, science, decorative designs, transportation and more. Many of the most popular museums are free to the public. Top Free Museums in London
Top Free Art Galleries in London
London is undeniably an international arts capital with its numerous art galleries, which are home to a broad spectrum of collections including many masterpieces. Admission to many of the city's art galleries are free to enter. Top Free Art Galleries in London
Self Guided Walking Tours of London
A great way to explore London is to go on a self-guided walking tour. A tour on your own gives you the opportunity to explore London at a leisurely pace and take time to enjoy the various places of interest. Self Guided Walking Tours of London
London's Six Airports
London is a major international hub for air travel with six major airports serving the city. The airports include Heathrow, Stansted, Luton, London City and Southend Airports. Together the airports account for 60% of the UK's air traffic. London's Six Airports
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