BRIGHTON'S BEST is an ideal travel guide to England’s quirky and bohemian seaside city. It uses 141 images and 13,000 words to to explore key NEIGHBOURHOODS; detail SIGHTS & ACTIVITIES; outline ITINERARIES; and suggest great places to EAT and DRINK.
First release: October 2019.
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Brighton, located on England's south coast, is the largest city in the county of Sussex and only an hour's train ride from London. Its combination of traditional seaside fun with a quirky bohemian vibe makes this city a unique destination.
Nestled among the rolling hills of the South Downs, not only was Brighton the first city in the country to have a green member of parliament, but it is also often referred to as the vegetarian capital of England. Brighton is proudly unconventional.
From shopping in the funky North Laine to sitting on Brighton's famous pebble beach and watching the sun sink over the English Channel, the city offers a diversity of attractions to appeal to everyone.
Brighton's nightlife is legendary, with the largest LGBTQ scene in the south. Theatre, comedy and live music are on tap every night of the week and the city hosts a three-week multi-arts festival every May.
A popular day-trip or weekend jaunt from the capital, for those who have time, it's worth lingering a little longer to take in all that this exciting city by the sea has to offer.
Since heading to summer camp in Pennsylvania, USA to teach tennis, Sue has been addicted to travel and adventure. She has travelled/lived in over fifty countries and her favourite destinations are the equally colourful and compelling India and Mexico.
In between travels, she house-sits in Brighton, where she lived for many years before embarking on her travels and a city she stills loves for its vibrancy and bohemian spirit.
Sue has written guides, essays and articles for a large variety of travel websites and magazines.