Brighton has been one of the top favourite cities in the UK that not just the tourists, but also the locals enjoy visiting there for a short vacation during summer. This English seaside town has everything you'll ever need for a summer holiday: a sandy beach plus the iconic Brighton Pier with amusement arcades. Who doesn't love Brighton this way?
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Brighton has never been running out of places that are family-friendly, like the Brighton Palace Pier and its rides and attractions. If you are there with friends, hitting the Brighton Beach in Summer is always a good idea. There are many other things that you can do in Brighton...
Things to Do in Brighton
Hitting the Brighton Beach
Having fun at Brighton Palace Pier and ride the attractions
Visiting the royal residence Royal Pavilion & the beautiful Pavilion Gardens
Taking selfies with the Upside Down House Brighton
Instragramming the Hove Beach Huts
Shopping at the Brighton Open Market
Brighton is actually part of Sussex county and it's the most visited city within the area. If you've got some spare time in your Brighton trip, why not visiting Sussex countryside in the nearby? East Sussex is within easy reach from Brighton city centre and it's very close to the well-known country park that you should definitely visit...
Things to Do in Sussex
Exploring the Seven Sisters Country Park
Begin the climb from National Trust Birling Gap
Spot the red Beachy Head Lighthouse from a background of white chalk cliffs
How to Get to Sussex Countryside from Brighton City Centre
There are several ways to get to Sussex countryside while buses are considered to be the cheapest and easiest way to travel around the district.
Bus 12x runs every 20 minutes on Mondays to Saturdays between Brighton and Eastbourne while it could take you to stops such as Seven Sisters Country Parks, Birling Gap and Eastbourne.
Bus 13x provide limited service every 30 minutes on Sundays to Seven Sisters and Beachy Head.