The seaside resort town of Brighton is without a doubt one of Britain’s most colorful and fun destinations. Brighton’s vibrant energy definitely comes from its large student population, but also from an abundance of holidaymakers, and its thriving gay community. Once a tiny fishing village, Brighton has come a long way in becoming the upscale, charming Georgian city it is today. Undoubtedly the most important landmark in Brighton is the extravagant Royal Pavilion that was built as a home for the Prince Regent during the early 19th century. Dominating the city’s oceanfront is the famous Brighton Pier complete with exhilarating fairground rides and candy selling stalls. Before leaving this exciting city be sure to head up the i360, which is the world’s tallest moving observation tower, and take in the stunning vistas of the sea and city. No matter your reason for visiting Brighton, it is a seaside town that will entice you to come back for more!