DATE & TIME:Saturday 7 March 2020 @ 08:30
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CATEGORIES:Beach,Church,City,Coast,Gardens,Graffiti,Guided tour,History,Market,Monument,Museums,Panoramic views,Park,Pier,Royalty,Sea,Ships,Shopping,Statues,Theatre,Tower,Town
COST:This amazing trip costs £ 20.00 . If you book at least 10 days early then there's a small discount.
This includes the well-organised trip, 2-way transport, guided walking tour, and some awesome travel buddies to make good friends.
EXTRA ACTIVITY COSTS:No extra activity costs.
DESTINATION INFO:In the 17th & 18th centuries Brighton was the largest and important town in the county of Sussex, popular as a health resort with people flocking to the city to feel the energising effects of the sea and invigorating fresh air sweeping off the English Channel, and made fashionable by the patronage of the Prince Regent (later King George IV) who spent much of his leisure time there. Brighton is now one of the most vibrant, colourful and creative cities in Europe, known for its stunning heritage of the Royal Pavilion, Regency architecture, Victorian aquariums, Brighton Pier, the remains of the West Pier, the world’s oldest operating electric railway (the Volk’s Electric Railway), the world’s oldest operating aquarium, the famous long pebble beach, and the maze of old town shopping lanes.
HIGHLIGHTS:– See the magnificent Royal Pavilion where Prince George and Queen Victoria stayed. – Sit on Brighton’s famous stone beach and listen to the sounds of the sea. – Explore the little lanes with colourful independent shops. – Take a ride on Volk’s Electric Railway, the oldest operating electric railway in the world. – Go up the British Airways i360 observation tower to see panoramic views across the seafront. – Play on some games and rides on Brighton Pier. – Try some fish and chips and Brighton rock sweets.
DEPARTURE:Paperchase, London Bridge Station
Map & directions: https://goo.gl/maps/i5twDYnt6aMUW3jV7