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Our tips for Brighton

Brighton Greeters: Discover the town through the eyes of a local by signing up for the unique program, Brighton Greeters. Spend time exploring with a volunteer local and enjoy a tour of the city. It is a lovely way to get to know Brighton and get an insider’s perspective. Retail therapy: Head to the Lanes and North Street in Brighton for some good old window shopping. There’s everything that you’d like to pick up as a souvenir of your Brighton vacation: from t-shirts to puppets. Explore the tiny malls and quirky shops and time will fly! Hire a bike: If you want to get somewhere at a quicker pace than walking and you’re not too keen on taking the bus, then don’t worry. There are plenty of places in Brighton and Hove where you can hire bikes at daily and hourly rates. It’s a lovely way to explore the city at your own leisurely pace and is both convenient and affordable.

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Best time to visit
The idyllic seaside town is wonderful the entire year but the best time to visit Brighton is between May through September. If you’re considering a budget-friendly vacation, then travel in March as airfare and hotel stays are reasonably priced and there are lesser crowds.
Getting around
Brighton is a compact city with an efficient public system, so getting around the city is a breeze. The network of bus lines makes all the major locations accessible. If you’re in the city for a while, you could save money on transport by getting a 1-day or seven-day saver ticket. There are also taxis as well as the option to rent a car or a bicycle for sightseeing. Walking is another great way to get around Brighton (especially when exploring the city centre and the seafront) and soak in its upbeat and cheerful vibe.

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