A royal visit via Brighton Train Station

Brighton train station is close to the centre of the action and within walking distance of the famous Royal Pavilion. Originally built as a seaside pleasure spot for King George IV, the Royal Pavilion has an unbelievable amount of history and tradition to explore. The architecture is inspired by the Indo-Saracenic style that was prevalent during the 19th Century in India and is a reminder of the former British Empire.

Brighton by bike

One of the most popular ways to get around Brighton while learning about the culture, history, architecture and contemporary side of the town is to arrange one of the many cycling tours on offer. Enjoy stops along the way for refreshments as tour guide explains the wonders of this seaside beauty spot.

Beautiful Brighton Beach

The pebbled beach in Brighton is one of the most popular seaside destinations in Britain during the summer months. It's a hive of activity all year round though. The famous pier - which today recieves its fair share of modernising facelifts - offers a relaxing and tranquil place to enjoy afternoon tea on the coast. Planning a trip via Brighton Train Station? Travelodge Brighton Hotel and Travelodge Brighton Seafront Hotel are both ideally situated right by the coastline.