14A Ship St, Brighton, United Kingdom
Brighton Lanes Reviews
Brighton's quirky lanes!! Jan 11, 2011
Brighton's historic quarter is an intricate maze of twisting alleyways with an extraordinary mix of antiques, jewellery, interior design and famous labels.
In the hidden squares, elegant arcades and winding passages, you can find bespoke perfumes and fragrant herbs mixing with freshly roasted coffee and the aroma of Italian cooking.
A pebble's throw from the beach and the Royal Pavilion, you can soak up Brighton's history in the graceful Regency architecture, 400 year old fishermen's cottages, quaint old pubs, brick-paved streets and flint stone walls.
Dont stick to the high street when visiting Brighton. Check out both the South and North Laines for some serious individual shops and boutiques! Stop for a cream cake and hot chocolate or browse the punk shops... I get yu will be able to find something you like here.
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