The world famous seaside resort of Brighton! One of the two main areas of the City of Brighton and Hove, in the county of East Sussex. Brighton is the nearest south coast City to London and with more than 390 trains running per day from Brighton to London with journey times from as little as 53 minutes… popular with commuters living in Brighton and commuting to London has made Brighton a popular place to live!
Brighton Royal pavilion is the most eccentric palace in the UK, there is no other building like it. Brighton’s eccentric nature is seen throughout the City in the form of spectacular graffiti art, shopping streets known as ‘The Lanes’ with North Laine being the heart and soul of it.
Brighton leads the way in eco projects and has Europe’s first public building made from re-used waste, no surprise then that Brighton has the largest number of voters for the Green Party Member of Parliament.
Brighton is surrounded by smaller coastal towns such as Hove, Shoreham, Worthing and Eastbourne. Travel slightly further in land and you are met with rolling countryside and the South Downs National Park. Larger popular towns of Burgess Hill, Haywards Heath, Horsham and up to Crawley are all within easy reach of the many popular attractions of Brighton.