“Fun all year on Brighton Pier”
Brighton Pier is a wonderful beach in Madeira, England. I had visited this beach with my family while I was on my trip to London. The distance from London to Brighton Pier was approximately 67.1 miles. The pier provides a spectacular view of the beach and the sea. Above the deck the latest video games, thrill rides and retail shops ensure that the customers experience the best of seaside entertainment. The Palm Court Restaurant remains the “spiritual home” of fish and chips. Brighton was favoured seaside bolt hole of the Prince Regent and he left his stamp on the city with a collection of regency architecture, fine parks and bejeweled churches.
The beach is so fascinating in England, one can simply relax over there or choose to swim. While I was there I witnessed sunset, I’ve seen many sunsets but this one was the BEST because of the breathtaking view, radiant sunlight and chirpy birds. I’m still getting the Flashbacks! The Pier was built in 1899, from there you can walk towards the town center on the way you will see another distinct building that reminds us of Taj Mahal it was originally designed by King George as his summer residence to show the locals the beauty of Oriental architectural styles.
BEST THINGS IN BRIGHTON PIER
- Rides and Attractions: These are suitable for the whole family or a group of friends, all of you can have a gala time with your loved ones while enjoying these thrillful rides and will definitely give you some memories that you shall cherish forever.
- Food: Even if you are not hungry, you will feel so because the food is so tempting and heavenly. Apart from Palm Court Restaurant there is Victoria’s Bar, Horatio’s Bar, Doughnuts and Crepes, Sausages, Churros, Hotdogs, Milkshakes and what not.
- Events: Apart from food, rides and beach one more thing that adds to the beauty of the place is their Live Entertainment which includes Superhero Days, Firework Displays and Music Festivals.
So it’s advisable to plan your trip before you are visiting Brighton Pier. It’s open 7 days week 364 days a year except for Christmas. The timings are different for rides, restaurants and live shows. I hope the shared experiences about the place will be helpful for you all. For further details visit http://www.brightonpier.co.uk/