Focus on Central Brighton
The centre of Brighton has it all: some of the UK’s best shopping, bars, clubs and restaurants, beautiful streets, green spaces and culture – and all of this just a stone’s throw from the beach!
A stay in the centre of town means you’re instantly connected to everything you’d expect from a cosmopolitan city. With the train station just a short walk away, you’re in the thick of it as soon as you arrive in this most exciting of cities.
Soak up the atmosphere in the winding streets of the Lanes shopping district, where a treasure trove of boutiques, shops and cafes await you, or get ready to splash some cash in Churchill Square, home to a huge selection of the biggest High Street names. The more orderly streets of the North Laines are a bargain-hunters paradise, with hundreds of independent traders selling a dizzying array of goods – the weekend street markets are not to be missed!
Of course, there’s plenty more on offer than just shopping: as Brighton is home to the world’s third largest arts festival, there’s more culture packed into this small city than you’d find in many a larger metropolis. Make a visit to the spectacular Royal Pavilion your jump-off point for exploration. This beautiful and exotic palace has stood proudly for over two-hundred years, and its outward splendour is matched only by its interior opulence. Surrounded by the delightful Pavilion gardens, it’s then only a hop, skip and a jump to find the rest of the city’s cultural offerings – theatres, museums, art galleries and concert halls.
As night falls, the bright and the beautiful come out to play in the city’s unbeatable selection of bars and clubs – the central Brighton music scene is at the forefront of UK clubbing culture and if it’s happening here you can pretty much guarantee it’s the definition of cool.
But why not find out for yourself? If you like to be at the heart of the action then a central Brighton self catering holiday apartment is exactly what you need: top notch accommodation slap bang in the centre of the city. What are you waiting for?