Travel south of London for the summer holidays to Brighton, England, one of the sunniest cities in the United Kingdom.
Start the day early on King’s Roads with Buddies’ full English breakfast consisting of several different options including fried eggs, fried toast, pancetta bacon, beans, mushrooms, sausages, and hash browns.
After a full-English, prepare your wallet for London fashion without the busyness of Oxford Street and Leicester Square by heading towards Churchill Square for stores such as Top Shop, H&M, and Urban Outfitters. For those who are in the mood for more vintage options, navigate your way through the Brighton Lanes or the North Laines, a series of narrow alleyways, antique shops, independent restaurants and charity shops.
After a few tiring hours of being wandering through the Lanes, head towards the seafront and soak in a few rays at Brighton Beach. Take a dip in the English Channel or lounge on one of the seaside chairs along the many pop-up shops, bars, or amusement arcades and clubs. While you’re admiring the pebble stones, and the reflection of the Brighton pier on the water, ask one of the neighbouring bars for a pitcher of Pimm’s, an English alcoholic fruit cup.
As the sun is setting, take a stroll across the Brighton Pier, weaving in and out of arcades, and various pop-up shops. For those feeling a bit adventurous, purchase a £10 wristband for all-day access on all of the rollercoasters. Around sunset, the lights begin to light up around the pier and you can catch some of the best views of the seafront from the rollercoasters!
After you’ve exhausted yourself from going on the Crazy Mouse twenty times, you’re sweet tooth must be tingling! What a perfect opportunity to indulge in Brighton’s famous fresh made doughnuts or a milkshake for Moo Moo’s. (Warning: keep an eye out for the infamous Brighton seagulls, as they’re likely to attack if you’re not careful with your food).