Brighton on a budget | What to see and do


Waiting for the rain to pass 🌂🌧️


Visit Lanes shopping area. Clothing, art, accessories, jewelllery, coffee shops, restaurants and more in a lively, full of shops shopping area, situated in a set of narrow streets. Lanes reminded me a bit of  Venice.

Visit the Churchil Square Mall. The mall is situated close to the Clock Tower. The Churchil Square Mall offers a plentiful variety of shopping options, as Debenhams, Mothercare, Zara, Berkska, H&M, Hollister, Costa, MacDonalds, Superdrug, WHSmith and more shops to explore.


Clock Tower, a great monument, situated right in the centre of town

Booth Museum, one of  most popular sights in Brigthon, is a must see when you visit the city. A wide variety of  birds, skelletons and several animals and over 650 types of butterflies 🦋can be seen at Booth Museum of Natural History. The admission to the museum is free, I found the staff friendly and helpful. Well worth a visit at least once!!


Οver 650 types of butterflies 🦋can be seen at Booth


Itsu is one of my favourites Asian-style fast food restaurants. Taste sashimi, norwegian salmon and makes with avocado, spicy sauce and sesame seeds,  chargrilled chicken soup, brown and red rice, seasonal greens, katsu broth and  fresh ginger along with lemon flavoured water.

If you are a chocolate lover like me, then visit Choccywoccydoodah! Order a delicious hot pure molten chocolate, rich and creamy, served with marshmallows and a delicious white chocolate truffle (£9.98). Yummy!!


Chocolate and Art @ Choccywoccydoodah.

Walk up and down the Palace Pier. The views from the pier are amazing! The entrace to the pier is free. There is plenty to see and do, from rides to slots and arcade games.


Palace Pier, a must visit when in Brighton.

Whether you are looking for a quite walk along the beach and a relaxing cycle, or a stroll along the sights of the pier  or even a fun day out with family and friends, just follow the coast, where there are plenty of choices to enjoy the views or visit the bars and restaurants in this area.


Exploring Brighton beach & seafront


Revolut has simplified currency exchange in my travel. Definitely worth it! Top up in pounds and exchanges money without fees in 29 different currencies. All you have to do is check daily the rates. Check it out here:


 Palace Pier : Madeira Dr,  BN2 1TW

 Ιtsu : 68-70 North St, BN1 1RH

Choccywoccydoodah : 3 Meeting House Lane ,  BN1 1HB

Booth Museum: 194 Dyke Rd, Brighton BN1 5AA

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