Brighton is one of Britain’s youngest cities, both literally – it was awarded city status for the millennium – and figuratively, in its unconventional, creative attitude. Although it’s pretty small, there’s a huge amount going on, especially on the pier and beach... Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/england/travel-tips-and-articles/76518#ixzz3PNBED6Gi
Brighton Pier (the owners changed the sign from Palace Pier in 2000, an informal name change not recognised by the National Piers Society or many Brightonians). The full name of the pier is 'Brighton Marine and Palace Pier'
Hove Bandstand: Designed by Phillip Lockwood and completed in 1884, the bandstand is considered to be one of the best surviving Victorian examples in the UK today. The bandstand is owned by the council and is used for weddings and throughout the summer, concerts.
If you are ever in Brighton do visit the lovely Blackbird Tearooms. Lovingly and painstakingly restored to the owner's idea of what a pre-war tea room would have looked like. Situated at 30 Ship Street, Brighton, Sussex