Brighton is a cute little seaside resort town with a beautiful coastline, located in the South of England. This is the first time I visited it and I loved it. It’s a romantic getaway place full of hotels, cafes and restaurants. It’s also great for shopping, especially for jewellery (who would have known?).
1. We took a train from London St Pancras Station.
2. London St Pancras Station
3. No yoga on the escalator. This is sad.
4. Empty St Pancras International Station. I must say it was nice and clean there.
5. Waiting for a next train.
6. You know where the entrance is by looking for this signs.
7. St Pancras International Station.
8. Nice view from the Blackfriars station.
9. London Bridge
10. Welcome to Brighton. Bright(on). You get it.
11. North Laine, Brighton
12. Vegetarian shoes, anyone?
13. The Clock Tower (sometimes called the Jubilee Clock Tower) is a free-standing clock tower in the centre of Brighton.
14. Sea shells
15. Brighton beach and seafront.
16. Loads of empty seats, because you have to pay for them.
17. Brighton beach.
18. Brighton beach.
19. Brighton Palace Pier
20. Brighton Palace Pier entrance
21. Brighton was full of snail sculptures. You could find them almost anywhere #BeMoreSnail
22. Always look both ways, while crossing the road.
23. An informative bus stop in Brighton.
24. It was nice seeing some hills, reminds me of my hometown and San-Francisco.
25. The Royal Pavilion is an exotic palace in the centre of Brighton with a colourful history.
26. Built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, this historic house mixes Regency grandeur with the visual style of India and China.
27. Royal Pavilion Gardens.
28. The Lanes, Brighton. My favourite shot.
29. The Lanes Brighton offers a shopper’s paradise of independent shops and boutiques.
30. Tiny streets of Brighton.
31. The Lanes, Brighton. Great atmosphere.
32. There are a lot of decorated houses in Brighton
33. I can keep going.
34. Somewhere near the North Laine Bazaar.
35. Meerkats. North Laine.
37. North Laine, Brighton.
38. North Laine, Brighton.
39. A fully enclosed glass viewing pod, called British Airways i360, Brighton.
40. Brighton Beach.
41. British Airways i360.
42. Remains of a world’s first electric seashore railway built in 1883 by Volk. It connected Brighton and Rottingdean.
43. Ruins of a Brighton West Pier, destroyed by fire in 2003.
44. Brighton Beach Hotels.
45. British Airways i360.
46. Join the party!
47. Brighton Railway Station.
48. Brighton Railway Station.
49. Back in London. This thing is not user-friendly. London Bridge Station.
50. View from the Tower Bridge.
Brighton is only an hour/1:30 away from
London. Which makes it a perfect getaway destination.