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Brighton 6th June 2014 - 05

Most visitors will spend the majority of their time in central Brighton or on The Seafront.

There are, however, several distinct neighbourhoods on the periphery of the city that are worth a visit.

Hove, adjacent to Brighton, has a more chilled vibe and is worthy of a day's exploration itself.

Public health concerns (up-to-date local info at Visit Brighton) continue to cause disruption and closures in Brighton and because the situation is fast changing we suggest you check the status of any attraction, restaurant, bar or venue shortly before visiting.



The Lanes

North Laine & Around

Outside Brighton

The Pavilion Gardens

The Seafront

Text © Sue King

Images by Garry Knight, openstreetmap & c williams