Brighton attracts a wide range of residents, from rock stars to London commuters who want to breathe fresh air at the weekends to students who come for university and find an excuse to stay forever.
Brighton is loved for its cosmopolitan, tolerant and creative vibe, and for its diverse range of social and cultural activities.
It’s always helpful to have a discreet time limit on a first date – that way, you are left wanting more and feel encouraged to meet up again soon.
You’ll be faced with a bewildering array of possibilities, but relax – here are a few tips to get you started: Keep it simple and low key. Coffee date: Brighton can boast about its roast, so consider a first date at a cafe.There's so much happening in Brighton & Hove you'll never be stuck for something to do.From the stunning Royal Pavilion and Regency architecture to award winning restaurants and boutique hotels; hearty walks on the South Downs to great museums, art galleries, nightlife and shopping, Brighton is a treasure trove of things to do and places to go.Brighton has spent a long time cultivating its image as a new media ‘Silicon Beach’.Many live and work in the city, keeping in touch with friends and family elsewhere via email or online chat.