Different Ways To Explore The City
Brighton attracts so many tourists, especially in the summer months. So naturally there are tours to take these tourists to the main attractions. Isn’t it funny how when people travel they engage with what is around them and venture to learn about their surroundings and the history. But most people don’t stop and explore what is in their home towns. Below is a list of Tours, Brightonians and Tourists alike would enjoy;
- Brighton City Walks – This classic 90 minute walk around Brighton, will inform you about Brightons Story giving you insight and knowledge about the things us Brightonians see everyday.
- City Sightseeing Bus – This double decker bus has a hop-on-hop-off policy in which you buy a 24 hour ticket and can get on and off the bus as many times as you would like at any of their 15 stops.
- Grand Brighton Bike Tour – Seeing the city from a bike, provided by the tour will certainly make you feel like you belong in this Green city. At two and a half hours long you will need the 20 minute break they take to enjoy Brighton Pavillion Gardens and Cafe. Before taking in Brighton’s main attractions from the cities extensive bike lanes.
- Only In Brighton – Runs on Friday and Saturday evenings and is perfect for people who want an insiders knowledge of the city, it shows you Brighton’s best and quirky side.
- VIB Food Tour – This 3 hour long food tour shows you all of Brighton’s very best independent food creators. Perfect for foodies who want to try the unsung hotspots.
- Brighton Sewer Tours – As you wander through the tunnels you will learn of secrets from 100 years ago, and see a side of Brighton and the world that most people don’t ever experience.
- Ghost Walk Of The Lanes – This pretty self explanatory 70 minute long ghost tour is certain to creep you out starting from the Druids Head.
- Brighton Urban Art Tour – The only free tour on this list takes you around the city to experience the best of Brighton’s street art. They ask for donations at the end to fund the creation of new artwork around the city.
So if you live in Brighton and are stuck for what to do this summer why not pretend you are on holiday and immerse yourself in the culture on your doorstep.