Brighton is home to some of England’s most loved beaches, most visited piers and most hedonistic of nightlives. Thousands flock to the pier to enjoy the burning rays in the summer and experience the eerie views in the winter fog.The people of Brighton always carry that feeling of being on holiday with the relaxing strolls along the waterfront alongside the buzz and energy of the fair on the pier. This city is a hub of fine food and artisan companies, and visitors trawling along North Laine go from coffee shop to café as various independent eateries line the roads.Brighton is known for its hedonistic nightlife, a stark contrast to its breezy, nonchalant day time. Its clubbing scene is well known and it attracts music lovers of all walks of life making for an eclectic crowd of visitors. Whether you visit by day or by night, there is always excitement in this eccentric seaside city.View all Brighton spaces
This city has an eclectic charm – every street is different and I love the diversity of it all.
Dennis, Vintage Dealer
The food is amazing, and there are so many independent shops and boutiques.
Nicola, maths teacher
Hardly anyone is actually from here – people visit and wind up staying for good.
Justin, leather retailer