Brighton Highlights
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Brighton Highlights

If you are considering your vacation options this year then it is certainly worth renting one of the available cottages in Brighton.

There is a big choice of properties for sale or rent located in the city’s centre as well as on the outskirts for those who are looking for something more peaceful. They provide a welcomed alternative to staying in a busy and generic hotel. Instead, you can have the comfort of your own space as well as soak in some great surroundings.

If you have never been to Brighton before then it is well known for being filled to the brim with culture, art and excitement. Take a look at some of the best places to visit whilst in the area…

Royal Pavilion

The Royal Pavilion was originally a farmhouse until it was transformed by John Nash in 1815. By 1823 the palace was complete and it was the home of George IV. The palace contains some fantastic sights and you will be able to see the lavish interiors and arts which were the norm for the prince. Tickets cost £10.00 for adults and £5.70 for children under the age of 16. Nevertheless, there are family options and other savings as well.

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

The museum is free to enter and it is certainly worth a visit during your holiday. If you are a lover of anything which is art or fashion related then this is a must-see. The museum and galleries are full to the brim with 20th-century art and contemporary fashion and style. It boasts an electric and vibrant atmosphere which is hard to ignore.

Brighton Pier

You simply cannot go to Brighton without taking a walk down the pier. Breathe in the fresh air, take in the stunning views, indulge in some fish and chips and have fun on the fairground rides and in the arcade. At the Brighton Pier, you get a true taste for what the city is all about.

Brighton Toy and Model Museum

Old toys and models are of great interest to many people. What is so great about museums like this is that they appeal to adults as well as children. After all, children love toys, and for adults it brings back a piece of their history too. There are toys dating back to 1860 and over 10,000 exhibits on display. It costs £4.50 for an adult to enter, £3.50 for children, and there are also discounts and family packages available too.

So there you have it, if you are looking for a holiday this year you should certainly consider visiting Brighton. There is a lot to do and see as well as some fantastic cottages in Brighton to reside in for your stay.

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