Language study abroadBrighton
Language course in Brighton:
RESORT WITH EXCLUSIVE NIGHTLIFE
Brighton is the home of pleasure. The number one trademark and photographic subject in the famous resort are the Palace Pier, built in 1899, and the Royal Pavilion. The pier, which extends far out into the sea, is an amusement area with an extensive nightlife. The Royal Pavilion, built in the mid-18th century in a pseudo-oriental style, was created by the Prince of Wales, later King George IV, as an “architectural affair” and was used by the monarch as his summer residence. Nearness to London ensures the number of visitors remains constant. Visitors looking for amusements have come to the right place in Brighton. Nightlife covers a broad range of discos, clubs and bars. The town centre throbs with life and a wide range or restaurants, souvenir shops, antique shops and second-hand shops make it a Mecca for souvenir and antique lovers.
SEE AND BE SEEN
Tall cliffs, a picturesque coast and several small castles surround Brighton. Its hinterland offers a wide range of gardens and parks stretching as far as London, which promise tranquility. Glyndeborne is the home of festivals and operettas in the open air, while the audience sits on the grass and in the gardens, dining from exclusive picnic baskets. Today, the world comes to Brighton to enjoy the sea, the amusements and the climate to the full. And of course, last but not least, to see and be seen.