Take a stroll along Brighton Pier

Also known as the Palace Pier, Brighton Pier is one of the city’s most famous landmarks and has been welcoming visitors since 1899. It became particularly noted for the theatrical events held there, which came to an end when the theatre was damaged in 1973 and eventually demolished in 1986. Today it is home to an amusement park featuring various rides, including roller-coasters. It’s also provided the locations for scenes in Carry On at Your Convenience, Brighton Rock and The Who’s Quadrophenia. Said to be Britain’s most visited tourist attraction outside London, around 4.5million members of the public pay homage every year.

Shop for quirky souvenirs on The Lanes

Take a stroll away from the seafront and you'll find yourself in the famous Lanes - a shopper's paradise of quirky independent shops and boutiques. Navigate the winding maze of the alleyways and you'll find something new around every corner. When you've shopped until you've dropped, there are plenty of restaurants and bars to unwind in.

Feelings of empire at the Royal Pavilion

Built for the Prince of Wales, the Brighton Pavilion is a sight to behold thanks to its Indian-style architecture. It now houses the city’s museum and art gallery, and is a popular site for weddings. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Brighton Pier? Travelodge Brighton Hotel, Travelodge Brighton Seafront Hotel and Travelodge Hickstead Hotel are all Nearby.