Brighton Travel Guide


Hot weather + no plans = road trip! And so off to Brighton we went. It was an unexpected 4 hour journey but with the sun shining, windows down and music playing, it's pretty hard not to have a good time. Despite having only 2 days in the city, I felt as though we had enough time to explore the major attractions as well as wander off track as we pleased. Scroll down for Snippets of Brighton!

Brighton Marina
A lovely little area with a variety of shops, restaurants and entertainment. This was our first stop and we headed straight for the boat tour to take advantage of the blazing sun. The tour lasted 45 minutes and it was the perfect way to refresh, unwind and enjoy the scenic views.

brighton marina beach boat

brighton pier beach summer

After a little exploring the local area and a lot of belly rumbling,  I spotted Efes - a little Turkish restaurant situated on Preston Street just off the main high street in Brighton. It was a little quiet (which isn't surprising since it was 4pm on a weekday) but with great service and amazing food, I was more than happy. I opted for the vegetable guvec although the stuffed vine leaves, baba ganoush and aubergine salad sounded equally delicious!

Brighton Pier        

brighton wheel pier summer seaside

Brighton's Big Screen

brighton big screen beach

The Royal Pavilion
royal pavilion brighton sights

The Lanes and North Laine 
Streets lined with quirky independent stores and cafes, these are must-see areas in Brighton if you want to do a spot of shopping or perhaps enjoy some live music and a cup of coffee.

the lanes brighton shopping sights

brighton the lanes shopping fruit market

Amy ♥

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