Brighton Location.<br />Brighton is located in the southern area of England. This means that it is easy to get to buy train from London costing £26.00.<br />Wild Planet is a free outdoor exhibition touring cities across the UK. It features stunning images from past Wildlife Photographer of the Year competitions.<br />Wild Planet started its UK tour on Brighton seafront on 12 March 2010<br />
Brighton Accessibility<br />Brighton is to the south of London and the most common and easiest method of getting there. Which is by train which from London Waterloo to Brighton is £26.00. it is easy to get there as it is affordable. You can take the M23 till you reach the A23 and you’ll get to Brighton from there.<br />
Natural attractions.<br />The beach is the most iconic and famous attraction in Brighton and is the main reason that people visit Brighton in the first place.<br />
Built Attractions<br />Brighton’s beach is home to the famous Brighton pier. On the pier you can go get fish and chips and go visit the arcade. There is also some rides on the pier which will attract younger people making the pier a family choice. Wild Planet is a free outdoor exhibition touring cities across the UK. It features stunning images from past Wildlife Photographer of the Year competitions.<br />Wild Planet started its UK tour on Brighton seafront on 12 March 2010<br />
Accommadation<br />The Regency is a unique city centre hotel located directly opposite the West Pier. Within easy walking distance of the best restaurants, bars and clubs that the city has to offer. With a rich, infamous and varied past, this family run hotel offers 12 en-suite eclectic or romantically decorated bedrooms, many with stunning sea views.28 Regency Square, Brighton<br />The White House is a typically elegant Regency residence in the heart of Kemp Town and some 100 yards from the seafront. There are sea views from the south facing rooms and a courtyard garden where guests may sit and relax.6 Bedford Street, Brighton<br />One of the original 'Brighton Boutique hotels'. Under-stated yet bursting with character, this evolving Regency building is under new management with a refreshing view on design and service. Recommended by Time Out, Lonely Planet and the Guardian.9 Oriental Place, Brighton<br />Newly opened, following a multi million pound refurbishment, this hotel is the perfect destination if you're looking for a unique, opulent, cosmopolitan hotel in the centre of lively Brighton. The Hotel offers a selection of stylish boutique bedrooms which are superbly appointed and designed to provide a luxurious base for your stay in Brighton.Old Steine, Brighton.<br />
Eating out.<br />Terre A Terre<br />www.terreaterre.co.uk/<br />71 East St, Brighton - 01273 729 051"Now this is what I call eating out in style. The decor, ambience, great food ..." - qype.co.uk (26)happycow.net (21) - veggieplaces.co.uk (14) - yelp.co.uk (13)<br />131 reviewsPlace page<br />Bill,s Cuisine<br />Bill's is a unique cafe and produce store created by a team of people who are passionate about food. Unlike anything that exists in the U.K, Bill's offers a ...www.billsproducestore.co.uk/<br />Bill's Cuisine - 01273 692 894"Bills is probably one of the most unique places to eat in Brighton." - qype.co.uk (18)menureview.co.uk (26) - yelp.co.uk (25) - tripadvisor.com (13)<br />174 reviewsPlace page<br />Sevendials Restaurant<br />Brighton Restaurant - Seven dials Restaurant modern European food, private dining, functions, weddingswww.sevendialsrestaurant.co.uk/<br />1 Buckingham Place, Brighton 01273 885 555qype.co.uk (10) - menureview.co.uk (7) - trustedplaces.com (5) - tripadvisor.co.uk (4)<br />61 reviewsPlace page<br />http://www.google.co.uk/#q=eating+out+in+brighton&hl=en&safe=active&sout=1&prmd=ivnscm&source=univ&tbs=plcs:1&tbo=u&ei=wplaTfKjO8iAhQfykrnGDQ&sa=X&oi=local_group&ct=more-results&resnum=1&ved=0CFoQtQMwAA&fp=30cef76fb4606eb5<br />
Sport and leisure.<br />WithdeanSports Complex - DC Leisure Ltd<br />The complex boasts a wide range of sport and leisure facilities ... Managed by D C Leisure Management Ltd on behalf of Brighton & Hove City Council ...www.dcleisurecentres.co.uk/sites/withdean/home.html - Cached<br />Wilson Avenue, Brighton 01273 694 281trustedplaces.com (2)<br />
Entertainment in Brighton<br />Theatre Royal Brighton is the region’s leading live entertainment venue, producing our own work and showcasing the best West End and touring productions from across the UK each and every year. <br />
Shopping<br />Situated in the heart of the town centre, by the world famous Brighton Lanes, Churchill Square is home to a wide choice of popular High Street names and independent boutiques; offering the very best in fashion and lifestyle shopping.<br />
How destination would attract tourists<br />There would be 9/10 people would be travelling domestic as it is not so known by people who live abroad in foreign countries.<br />I think that the age of people going to Brighton varies form middle aged to young adults from the ages of 19-22.<br />I think the majority of people who go Brighton would be in a couple who go for a romantic weekend away form the city.<br />
A particular slide catching your eye?
Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.