Book a Local Brightonian for a personalised meet-up. Ditch the travel guides, decide where to go, what to see, what to do together with your private, personal, like-minded local host. With a friend who knows what you like, the city will unveil its best to you.
Walking experience (if required, your host can suggest public transport or private taxi options)
Hotel meet-up (available on request for central location)
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What to Expect
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Pass By: Waterfront Brighton Marina, Brighton BN2 5WA England
You can start your trip at Brighton Marina centres on the busy yacht harbour, where sailboats moor at the quay. It’s a chic shopping hub with fashion boutiques, galleries, and craft shops, plus casual eateries with terraces overlooking the water. Volk’s Electric Railway, opened in 1883, shuttles between the marina and Brighton Pier. Charter boats offer fishing and diving trips, and the Brighton Walk of Fame honours stars with local links
Pass By: Kemptown, Brighton, UK
Long associated with LGBT culture, Kemptown centres on lively St. James’s Street, where rainbow flags adorn many of the bars, clubs, cafes, and B&Bs. Side streets flanked by Regency-style houses lead down to the seafront. Classic vinyl, vintage fashion, and antiques draw shoppers to quirky boutiques and Brighton Flea Market. The Marlborough Pub & Theatre runs an eclectic programme of LGBT-focused drama and cabaret.
Pass By: The Lanes, West Street, Brighton England
The Lanes, once the hub of the old fishing town Brighthelmstone, is a lively neighborhood packed with upmarket restaurants, quaint tea rooms, and traditional pubs serving real ale. At its heart lies a warren of narrow, twisting alleyways filled with independent jewellers and tiny, high-end antiques shops. The Old Police Cells Museum, in the Town Hall’s basement, offers free tours of a 200-year-old underground jail.