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The Guest and the City in Brighton, UK is located in the center of the city. The beach is only a few hundred yards away from the Guest and the City, the famous Lanes are just a 5 minute walk away, and many entertainment venues are all within the vicinity of the Guest and the City.
Anschrift: 2 Broad Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1TJ - United Kingdom
The awesome Sharks, the huge String Ray or perhaps it’s the graceful Turtles you love the most? Are you a fan of the Starfish and Crabs in our rockpool? Perhaps it’s the Clownfish or the clever Common Octopus that you love the most. Maybe you simply can’t decide! Well here at SEA LIFE you can see them all - from the rescued to the rare and the enigmatic. You'll be able to get closer than ever before. Many of our creatures are on the endangered list, have been rescued and cannot be released into the wild, or have been bred as part of our conservation project at Brighton. Come and meet them.
1772 feet of fun for the whole family! From Thrill rides to arcade machines. It boasts three bars and a fish and chip restaurant.
Brighton Lanes' historic quarter is a fabulous maze of twisting alleyways, twittens and catcreeps offering an extraordinary mix of antiques and jewellery shops nestling alongside specialist contemporary and designer boutique fashion. Excellent restaurants and busy pubs and bars make this a must for any visitor.
If you're looking to put a creative edge into your shopping, Brighton's North Laine offers a shopper’s paradise of independent shops and boutiques. From Vintage clothing to Vinyl. This is the bohemian side of Brighton.
Voted one of the Top 10 city beach break destinations in the world, Brighton & its beachfront cool are legendary. With the famous Brighton Pier as a backdrop, daytime traditional seaside fun mixes seamlessly with night time funky beachside club culture. Soak up the cosmopolitan vibe on the beach at Brighton. Stroll along the bustling Brighton promenade and soak up the cosmopolitan atmosphere at one of the cafes and bars, relax on the famous Blue Flag pebble beach or try your hand at one of the many beach and water sports or sailing activities. You'll also find some great galleries & art in the Artists' Quarter on the lower promenade near Brighton Pier. After dark, check out Brighton’s seafront clubs and bars, nestling underneath the Victorian beachfront arches, for some of the best club nights in the country.
The spectacular seaside palace of the Prince Regent (George IV) transformed by John Nash between 1815 and 1822 into one of the most dazzling and exotic buildings in the British Isles. The Pavilion houses furniture and works of art including original pieces lent by HM The Queen and a magnificent display of Regency silver-gilt. The Royal Pavilion Tearoom, with its fabulous balcony, overlooks the Pavilion gardens, which have also been returned to their original Regency splendour. In the winter The grounds play host to an amazing Ice Rink. Not to be missed!
Brighton Marina is one of Europe’s largest as well as Brighton’s leading lifestyle destination. Whether your planning a romantic weekend away, day trip with the family or business meeting this stunning waterfront development will cater for you. Boasting so much more than simply somewhere to park your boat with shopping, eating and drinking, sailing, boat trips, diving, fishing, cinema, bowling, fitness suite, casino and a stunning boutique hotel as well as the added benefit of free parking available to all marina visitors. The marina offers something for everyone. Brighton Marina welcomes boats of all sizes, from 5m to 25m for short and long stay visitor berthing as well as annual berthing and boatyard services.