Tucked into the Pleasure Gardens is the Bournemouth Eye. Some say a trip in this hot air-balloon cures vertigo. As ascents to 150m last...
Bournemouth's Pleasure Gardens are one bit of the Victorian town that have survived - they're even Grade II-listed. This colourful belt...
This ostentatious mix of Italianate villa and Scottish baronial pile was built at the end of the 1800s for Merton and Annie...
Massive queues and club anthems are the mainstays at Bournemouth's biggest club.
This charismatic brasserie exudes Parisian chic, from the black and white tiled floors to the burnished wooden booths. Gallic-influenced...
Lonely Planet review
A cool hang-out with slabs of red paint on the walls, a huge glass-backed bar piled high with bottles and tables that spill out onto the street. The food is firmly focused on pizza, pasta and gourmet panini.