It can be pretty tough visiting a new city or country. You’re not sure where to eat, what to see, or even where to stay. Well I’m here to change all of that with my handy guides! They’re full of tips, tricks, and the best places to go. So stop worrying about how you’re going to make the most of your time in a new place; here are my recommendations for spending 24 hours in Brighton!
24 Hours in Brighton
- Stay at: Ibis Brighton
- Located a few doors down from the station, this Ibis features artwork by local artists, and stunning views of the town. They also offer breakfast and a 24 hour drinks and food menu, which you can take up to your room. Tip: book a room and ask for a sea view.
- Go loco for ‘Cafe Coho’
- Big, healthy and tasty – that’s Cafe Coho‘s offerings in a nutshell. My recommendation: the berry pancakes, and a healthy juice shot.
- Take a walk down the lanes
- Picnic on the beach!
- Grab something tasty from one of the various cafes in The Lanes and take it to the beach. Weather permitting, of course.
- Walk down Brighton Pier
- You can hardly visit Brighton without a trip to the pier. Filled with amusement arcades, seafood, doughnuts and rollercoasters, it’s a must when visiting the British seaside.
- Pre-dinner cocktails…
- At Twisted Lemon. This tiny quirky cocktail bar has a wide variety of cocktails and is located not far from the seafront.
- A little slice of Italy in Brighton
- Fatto A Mano offers up a menu inspired by Naples, and is the perfect place to share a pizza – or two – with friends and family.
Hints and Tips for 24 Hours in Brighton:
- Where should I go shopping?
- I’ll be publishing a standalone guide on where to shop in Brighton soon, so keep an eye out.
- Rent a bike, or simply walk
- Brighton has a great bike rental system (BTN Bikeshare) in place, which starts at only 3p a minute! If you don’t fancy cycling, the town is also small enough to walk around.
Well there you have it, my travel guide to 24 Hours in Brighton!
Feel free to check out the my other 24 Hours In… guides.
My stay at Ibis Brighton was complimentary, however all images, words and opinions are my own.