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The British Seaside

By Jennideep Hayre

Posted: 11th December 2012 17:00

No trip to the UK is complete without paying a visit to the seaside.  Brighton is famous for its pier with classic arcade games and fairground rides, stunning seafront and pebbled beach.  This attraction is one of the most familiar sights seen on postcards and TV adverts in the UK so why not see it in the flash and don’t forget to take your picnic basket and deck chair. 

The Lanes not only draws people in for being an incredible shopping attraction but its intricate maze of twisting alleyways.  Here you’ll find a mix of history and heritage lingering amongst its antique, vintage, crafts, jewellery and boutique fashion shops and its quaint cafes and glorious restaurants. 

For outstanding views of Brighton, head for the dramatic Devil’s Dyke, a deep gorge cut into the cliffs of the coast where you can also take part in sports activities, fly a kite or sunbathe.  Or if its great nightlife you’re looking for, look no further, Brighton hits all the right notes having the liveliest music and club scene on the south coast of the UK offering party-goers an eclectic range of musical tastes to suit everyone.  Brighton offers visitors a unique mix of chic and sophisticated culture, rich heritage and cosmopolitan fun.

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