Brighton Coach Holidays

Brighton Coach Holidays

Coach Holidays & Trips to Brighton

Brighton is best-known seaside resort on the south coast of England and is one of the most popular coach holiday destinations in the UK. Its famous pebble-beaches stretch for just over five miles and although Brighton is now lined with souvenir shops and amusement arcades, it still manages to retain an air of refinement and remains a culturally vibrant destination. With a wealth of attractions, including the iconic Brighton Palace Pier, the Royal Pavilion and the fantastic British Airways i360 observation tower, Brighton is a great place to visit. We have a wide range of coach holidays to Brighton and Eastbourne with some great deals available, so why not take a look and choose your next short break?

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Attractions and Interests in Brighton

Until the late 1700s when its status was propelled into being one of the most fashionable cities in the South of England, Brighton was a small fishing town. However, in the mid-1700s it was claimed that the salt water of Brighton had medicinal purposes and so people began to flock to this sleepy little town. It's thought that the arrival of the Prince Regent was what sparked Brighton into becoming one of the most fashionable towns on the south coast.

Nested on the south coast Brighton offers seaside delight, famed nightlife and year-round festivals and events. And  the beach with  surrounding attractions have made Brighton a popular coach holiday destination over the years. Coach holidays to Brighton provide the opportunity to visit a wide range of attractions and places of interest.

The Lanes
Set in the historic quarter the lanes are a maze of delightful alleyways. Packed with quaint shops and trendy restaurants and cafes, the Brighton Lanes are a wonderful place to explore. Buskers often liven up the streets adding to the pleasant atmosphere.

Royal Pavilion
Transformed by John Nash, into one of the most stunning and exotic buildings in the British Isles. This spectacular palace of the Prince Regent houses a wealth of luxuries, furniture and works of art.

Sea Life Centre
The Brighton sea life centre offers a fun family day out, whilst learning about the various inhabitants of the sea. With over 150 species and 57 displays, there is something to capture everybody's imagination.

Brighton Palace Pier
A traditional Victorian pier with plenty to entertain. Why not stop at the amusements and funfair or maybe grab a bite to eat.

Brighton Marina
One of Europe's largest marina's, Brighton Marina is home to a great range of entertainment;

Volks Railway
Running every 15 minutes for one and a quarter miles along the top of the beach from the Aquarium Station to the Marina, Volks railway is Britain's oldest electric railway dating back to 1883.

Booth Museum of Natural History
With over half a million specimens, natural history, literature and data extending back over three centuries Booth museum of natural history is an enjoyable day for all ages.

Brighton Museum and Art Gallery
These innovative galleries are home to a variety of work, including fashion and style, 20th century art and design, and world art.

Brighton Toy and Model Museum
Become a child again as you explore the Brighton Toy and Model Museum, packed full of childhood treasures, it is a wonderful place for all ages.

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