You've probably walked along every possible walking route near your house for the last year and can think of nothing better than hitting the road and exploring somewhere new. As Brighton begins to reopen safely read on for our itinerary to help you plan a break exploring the city with friends - post lockdown!

  • This suggested itinerary is for a 2 night stay. 

Day 1:

Arrive in Brighton and check into Snooze, Brighton funkiest Bed & Breakfast.

Get ready for the day ahead and head into the city centre for Coffee and Brunch at Trading Post Coffee Roasters

Explore the Lanes and North Laine to see a plethora of independent shops and soak up some the bohemian vibe of Brighton.

Look out for Snoopers Paradise, Brighton’s famous vintage, antiques and bric-a-brac emporium

Brighton has earned itself an international reputation over the last few years for its stunning and original street artwork dotted around the city so why not join a Brighton Street Art tour and learn a little more on how the city became so colourful.

Pop into Cielo Cakery on your way back to the hotel for a delicious afternoon pick me up.

Dine this evening at the Curry Leaf Café – Kemptown Kitchen for delicious small plates of Southern Indian Street food, perfect for sharing with friends

Day 2

No trip to Brighton is complete without a visit to the Brighton Palace Pier. Stroll along to the end to capture some breath-taking views of Brighton or have a go at some of the traditional seaside games!

Before you leave, make sure you buy some of the famous Pier doughnuts.

Take a sunset flight on the British Airways i360 and take in the best views of the city.

Enjoy a taste of NYC on Brighton Seafront at The New Club. Order Tacos or the famous Burgers to fuel you up for the night ahead

End your evening with a delicious cocktail (or 2) at Merkaba or if you're more of a night owl, experience Brighton’s live music scene and top DJ sets in the pubs and clubs.



Guest House
Double Room

The funkiest B&B in Brighton. Award winning boutique Hotel. Seaside Chic. Located in Brighton’s cool Kemptown district. Luxurious vintage style, unique design. Delicious breakfast. Super chilled atmosphere. Choose from six en-suite retro doubles or two super funky 70's suites, everyone comfy, cool & character filled.

Trading Post Coffee
Trading Post Coffee

We stand for natural, sustainable, fair trade, premium coffee. Over the years, we've learned a thing or two about how to make great coffee. We also offer a fresh food menu, with mainly organic & locally sourced ingredients. A great selection of breakfast, pastries, sandwiches & cakes.

Cielo Cakery
Home delivery
Cielo Cakery

Serving up a huge array of Cupcakes, Brownies, Blondies, Cake jars and ice cream pots, with many vegan, gluten free and vegan gluten free options available there really is something for everyone.

Curry Leaf Cafe - Kemptown Kitchen
Curry Leaf Cafe - Kemptown Kitchen

Named one of Britain's 19 Best Indian Restaurants & Takeaways by GQ Magazine, Curry Leaf Cafe’s Kemptown Kitchen serves up award-winning South Indian street food, curries & tandoor dishes in an open kitchen and dining environment.

Brighton Palace Pier
Brighton Palace Pier sign

Planning on visiting the amazing Brighton Pier?...If so, click here to get the latest Brighton Pier information direct from the official Brighton tourist information site!

British Airways i360
Viewing tower with Brighton Palace Pier in background

Glide up slowly to 450ft to enjoy breathtaking 360° views in our futuristic glass viewing pod, conceived and designed by Marks Barfield Architects, creators of the London Eye.

The New Club
Picture of Burger from The New Club

A taste of NYC on Brighton Seafront. Experience-led dining, with the distinct look and feel of New York City



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