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Whether you’re seeking culture, music, nightlife, shopping, or a splash in the sea, Brighton really does have it all. Ideal for day trips or a fun family holiday, there’s so much to do in Brighton no matter what your tastes or preferences. If you’re looking for drama, opera, dance, comedy, music, art or literature you’ll be blown away by the cultural quarter and it’s unique ‘villages’. If food & drink is more your thing, you’re in for a treat as the city hosts some of Britain’s favourite restaurants and bars, from Japanese cuisine to American diners, French fayre to traditional British pubs – you’ll never be short of places to satisfy your appetite. And of course no visit to this awesome, Brighton would be complete without going down to the beach and famous Brighton pier. After dark, this incredible, vibrant city shines even brighter with hundreds of bars, clubs and pubs to keep you entertained all night long. Brighton really should be on everyone’s bucket list – if you’ve never been before, what are you waiting for?

Hostels in Brighton
Hostels in Brighton

Brighton really is one of England’s must-see cities. With history, culture, music, the arts, festivals, beaches and bars, this vibrant city is impossible to forget and will have you coming back year after year. YHA are proud to offer an impressive youth hostel in the heart of this incredible city – YHA Brighton. Undergoing a full refurbishment in 2014, this incredible hostel is situated in the perfect location to get the most from your visit. Just a stone’s throw from the beach, 2 minutes from Brighton Pier and a short walk from “The Lanes”, cheap accommodation in Brighton really doesn’t get much better than this. Getting there couldn’t be easier as the hostel is right next to the coach station and just a 20 minute stroll from the train station.


Five Free Things To Do In Brighton

Hit the beach
Brighton's blue-flag pebble beach is a great place to unwind on a hot summer's day, with beautiful clean water for swimming and quality local facilities.

Enjoy the scenery
Why not visit one of the 98 parks and gardens in Brighton and Hove - it's easy to find somewhere to sit back and relax.

Art and Culture
Brighton Museum is a state-of-the art attraction with dynamic exhibitions from the worlds of fashion, art and design. The Booth Museum of Natural History is also a great family attraction, with over half a million specimens on display.

Walk the coast
The Undercliff Walk from Brighton Marina to Saltdean is a hugely popular trail, offering stunning scenery complete with fossils and sights of historical interest.

The Royal Pavilion is a sight to behold, but it is not the only building of interest in Brighton and Hove. Free architectural tours give you an insight into some of the stunning buildings in the area.

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