Combining a seaside location with vibrant city atmosphere, Brighton is one of England’s most accessible and compact cities. Nestling between the rolling hills of the South Downs and the sea, the city’s Regency squares and crescents provide a golden backdrop to the restaurants and bars, pubs and cafes and dozens of clubs and live music venues which make Brighton the place to be.
From the exotic Royal Pavilion to the new British Airways i360, Brighton has a wealth of attractions to enthral all ages. The Royal Pavilion is a palace like no other with an Indian styled exterior and a Chinese inspired interior. From Regency splendour to 21st Century wonder as British Airways i360 is a feat of modern engineering gliding visitors 450 feet into the air.
A day at the seaside is not complete without a visit to Brighton Pier with its rides and activities as well as plenty of food & drink options and free deckchairs to relax & enjoy the view in. Next door is the Victorian aquarium, Sea Life Brighton where you can learn about the creatures of the deep and watch a shark swimming over your head in the underwater tunnel.
If you would like more information, please visit www.visitbrighton.com or during the Congress you can go to the Visitor Information Point located at the Brighton Centre Box Office.