If you like unusual, quirky, eccentric destinations then you will LOVE Brighton! Come and visit Britain’s loveliest and liveliest city by the sea. Brighton is fun, cosmopolitan and known for its unique cultural, music and arts scene.
Known as the ‘unofficial gay capital of the United Kingdom’ Brighton is also referred to as the “hippest city”, and “the happiest place to live” in the UK – We will show you why!
Our tour commences at the imposing Brighton train station, built in the Victorian era. We will then take you to see famous graffiti ‘street art’, followed by a wander through the ‘Laines’ (Brighton’s bohemian shopping quarter).With an opportunity to browse arts and antiques ,second-hand books, music, “retro” clothing, and much more.
You will learn about the history of the beautiful Royal Pavilion, visit a 500 year old pub (said to be haunted!), as well as wander along Brighton’s famous seafront and taste the local seafood snacks.
We will share stories of Brighton’s famous residents, and show you the beauty of its Regency architecture, and the historic Grand Hotel.
We will also ensure that you get to visit Brighton’s most celebrated chocolate and cake sculpture emporium….renowned for its fantastical bespoke cakes and delicious hot chocolate… – Yum! Don’t miss out!
The Grand Hotel
Native British Mandarin-speaking guide
Drink in a famous Brighton cake shop
Transport to/from the tour start/end point
Max 15 customers per guide
Our half-day walking tours are approximately 3 hours long
This tour starts from Brighton Train Station
This is a walking tour so we recommend you wear a pair of comfortable shoes you are happy walking in for a prolonged period of time
More general details about our tours can be found here.
Although transport is not included in our half-day city walking tours, all tour locations can be easily accessed from London or other nearby cities by train or private vehicle.
Depart from London Bridge Station or London Victoria Station
Arrive at Brighton Station
Length of journey: 1hr
Approx cost of return ticket: £20
Train tickets can be booked in advance online here, or you can buy tickets on the day at the train station. Buying tickets in advance online may help you to save money, but please note some of these tickets are less flexible and require you to travel at specific times. We also provide a train ticket booking service, which saves you the hassle and helps you to book the tickets right for you. Simply mention that you would like train tickets arranged when submitting the form below.
If you would prefer to travel by private vehicle with your own driver, we can also arrange this for you. Simply mention that you would like private vehicle and driver arranged when submitting the form below. Please note, driving times can be significantly longer than train times.