Brighton is a famous country seaside resort. Every year more and more holidaymakers and tourists come here. It’s a very cosmopolitan city, a treasure trove of entertainment and fun! Brighton is fascinating by its distinctive coastline with the Brighton Pier. Do you know it’s one of the oldest and longest piers in the world? A huge tourist attraction is the Royal Pavilion. It is visited by more than four million visitors every year. Do you know what makes this palace so special? Take a stroll along the colorful Brighton coast with a local charismatic guide. Admire the Royal Pavilion and its gardens. Visit the historic and Brighton’s bohemian quarters. This is a wonderful journey where you will learn some interesting facts and secrets about Brighton.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Admission fee to Royal Pavilion: From £7 to £14

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Royal Pavilion

    The Royal Pavilion is worth visiting for sure because it's a former royal residence where you can expect to learn more about King George IV.

  • 2

    Brighton Dome

    The Brighton Dome is worth visiting because there is a concert hall where the whole family can have a good time (adults and children).

  • 3

    Theatre Royal Brighton

    Theatre Royal Brighton is worth visiting because it's a beautiful theatre where you can expect to see a range of musicals and plays.

  • 4

    The Lanes

    The Lanes are worth visiting because you can expect to see narrow streets filled with antique shops.

  • 5

    Old Steine

    Old Steine is worth going to because it's a thoroughfare in central Brighton where you can expect to see the sea.

  • 6


    Pier is worth going to because it's an impressive palace where you can expect to have a splendid view.

Meeting Point

In front of Royal Pavilion
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Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.