Brighton is a city where almost anything goes. The area is divided into the narrow, cobbled North and South Laines that begin at the city centre and finish on the beach. Known for its open-minded attitudes and cafe culture, Brighton is the UK’s answer to San Francisco and boasts a bustling atmosphere by the sea.
If you are interested in visiting one of the most creative and colorful cities in Europe for your hen do, consider having it in Brighton. It is a growing city with loads of attractions. This may be why there are over 8 million tourists who visit Brighton every year.
You can get a bus pass to take you around the city if you don’t want to walk it in your heels. This will only cost you £2.80 per day and will give you unlimited riding on the Hove and Brighton buses. If you are out really late, you can always catch a cab.
Must Do/Must See:
• Take a visit to the Palace Pier, a hen do favorite.
• Take a paragliding lesson.
• Visit the famous Booth Museum of Natural History.
• Spend your Brighton hen do on a yacht sailing the Sussex coast.
History and Culture:
Brighton may be most famous for its Royal Pavilion, which belonged to King George IV. He came to Brighton in 1773 and built the incredible palace. It sports Chinese interior and Indian domes and is a must-see on your Brighton hen do. While Brighton is known for its regal townhouses and architecture, there are many modern aspects that you must enjoy during your hen do in Brighton.
For those interested in creative fashion, small boutiques and beautiful jewelry, Brighton shopping will be a very fulfilling experience. There is a great culture of art in Brighton to check out during your hen party. Shops at The Lanes and Hove both have plenty to offer. Churchill Square is where the larger brand stores can be found.
Brighton has great places to party on your hen night. From dinner cocktails to full out bar service, there is something to enjoy in Brighton for everyone. Since there are many bars, clubs and pubs in Brighton, there are many choices. If you prefer a more upbeat hen do party, there are places for that. If you are a more laid back kind of hen partier, there are also places for that. If you are looking to party during your hen do, Brighton will not disappoint.
Eating and Drinking
There is fine dining and quiet cafes in Brighton. If you are a fan of organic veggies, Brighton will supply. If you want to go more mainstream, try Jamie Oliver’s new Italian place, Pukka Pasta.