For a short break or a short break from London, Brighton is perfect, breathing in a breath of sea air is optimal for recharging your batteries.

It is a city located in the south of England, the absolute emblem of the LGBT community. Brighton  Yes  can  catalog with many adjectives: crazy, eclectic,  eccentric, open, particular.

Getting to Brighton from London is not difficult and it is very feasible to go there even for a day outing, especially in good weather you can enjoy the sun along the beach.

This short itinerary consists of 5 essential stops for anyone who happens to be in Brighton and has little time to visit this quirky city.

How to get to Brighton from London:

Station from which you can depart are: London Victoria Station; London Blackfriars Station; London Bridge Station; London Kings Cross Station . The travel time is about 2 hours , so starting early it is possible to enjoy the whole day.

The cost of the ticket is about 50.00 £ for return, obviously the price of the ticket could change according to the time, station and current offers. The site I referred to is this:

If you want to save money you can also take the bus, you can find the tickets on the same site linked above, but your journey will definitely be longer.

What to see in Brighton

I recommend walking around or you will miss the best of the city.


It is the first thing that stands out from the city center, what I noticed is that Brighton is built on hills and hills, and you can admire the sea in the distance from different points of the city. Certainly it is not comparable to the beaches we are used to but for a short break we can be satisfied.


Go light, but don’t forget a beach towel and a book. Do not spread your towel too low if the tide is low, as the temperament of the sea changes often and you will not risk getting your shoes soaked especially if you go there in winter.

Brighton Pier

The atmosphere that reigns at the Pier in Brighton is just a holiday, it is a real amusement park, there are rides, souvenir shops, games of all kinds, arcades, restaurants located along the pier, kiosks of take-away food and in the evening a romantic atmosphere is also created where watching the city full of lights is spectacular.

Admission is free.

North Lane

A walk in the lanes, narrow streets in the city center full of small shops  even a little vintage, with all kinds of goods, perfumes, vintage vinyls, antique dealers, crafts and many jewelers. These very narrow and colorful streets are very charming and characteristic, absolutely not to be missed.

Brighton Museum and Art Gallery

A small museum, which contains the essence of the city, reflects the character and creativity of the city. A chronological path that starts from ancient history, up to the present day. Export of different cultures and art. This museum is also suitable for children as it contains parts entirely dedicated to them.

The cost of the ticket  : £ 5.20

Hours :

Monday: Closed

From Tuesday to Sunday: from 10.00 to 17.00.

Royal Pavilion

The Pavilion was built as a pleasure palace for George IV’s seaside stays. The palace has become an architectural symbol of Brighton. It was built between 1787-1823, its interior is a reflection of the artistic personality typical of the Regency era.

Cost :

Adults = £ 13.50

Children (5-15) = £ 8.00.

Opening :

from 10.00 am to 5.15 pm

(last admission 4.30 pm).