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Brighton sits on the south English coast in the West Sussex county and is well regarded for its fine sea views and pebble beach. Its settlement dates back to the Bronze Age and it is also steeped in Roman and Anglo-Saxon history. In Georgian times, Brighton became one of England’s most popular seaside resorts and still owes its architecture and layout to this period of influence. One of Brighton’s most popular attractions is the Palace Pier, which extends out above the sea and is full of fun attractions – it is best visited in the summertime. The Royal Pavilion is also much-loved and was built in 1899 to house the Prince Regent. It was built in an Indo-Saracenic architectural style inspired by the British colonies of India and the Middle East. It is frequently toured by visitors to Brighton and contains numerous interesting colonial era artifacts, many from the British occupation of India.

Brighton’s location makes it easily accessible from London and it is well paired with other South England destinations, such as Cornwall. As a seaside resort with many fun attractions, a pebble beach and a friendly culture, Brighton is popular with families.

As it is a beach town, Brighton is at its most popular in the summertime but its football culture stays strong year-round. Brighton & Hove FC play locally at the Falmer Stadium and are currently competing in the English Premier League.

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