Choose from a 1 day or 2 day ticket and embark on a fabulous sightseeing adventure through Brighton! This seaside resort town boasts many attractions, which passengers on-board a City Sightseeing bus tour will have great access too. Passengers will be able to hop-on and hop-off at any of the conveniently placed tour stops along the route to explore the sights at their own leisure, including Brighton Marina, Brighton Pier, Old Steine, Imperial Arcade and many more! Enjoy panoramic views of the city as you travel, including breathtaking sea views along certain parts of the route – as well as access to the bus’ on-board English tour commentary!
Brighton is one of the UK’s most popular tourist destinations. It is home to the iconic Brighton Pier, many popular annual events, a vibrant nightlife and a selection of shopping destinations! On a City Sightseeing bus tour, you will be able to hop-off and explore all the sights that makes Brighton the amazing seaside resort town that it is today – or you can stay on the tour for a full loop and enjoy learning all about it from the bus’ recorded commentary!If you’re visiting Brighton between 17th June – 15th September, you will have access to an amazing three routes with your ticket (Red, Blue & Green Lines). The standard route – the red line - operates from 30th March to 28th October.Along the red route, you will have access to 12 tour stops that you can hop-on and hop-off at as many times as you like (within the time-period selected at check-out). Explore sights including Palace Pier, home to rides, attractions and plenty of eateries and bars. It is one of Brighton’s most iconic locations and attracts thousands of tourists every year – it’s the perfect day out for all the family. Continue to more wonderful attractions including Brighton Marina, a wonderful shopping destination, where you’ll also be able to admire the sea views from the bus’ open-top deck! Other notable sights along the red route include Imperial Arcade and North Lane – two of Brighton’s finest shopping areas – or hop-off at the Old Steine to explore one of Brighton’s oldest neighbourhoods, dating back to the 18th century!Enjoy more sightseeing along the blue and green lines, including one of Brighton’s important landmarks, Clock Tower, which was built in 1888 to honour Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee. Passengers can also hop-off and explore the Saltdean Lido, famous for being one of the only public lido’s to still be open in the UK. If you fancy doing some shopping, hop-off at Rottingdean High St or for a peaceful stroll, hop-off at one of Brighton’s most rural areas, Preston Park.Tour Stops:Red Tour • Palace Pier • British Airways i360 • Grand Avenue • Sussex County Cricket • Hove, Palmeira Square • St Ann’s Well Gardens • Brighton, Station • Imperial Arcade • Brighton Pavilion/Old Steine • Royal Crescent/Bedford Street • Brighton Marina/Seattle Hotel • Maderia TerraceGreen Tour • Palace Pier • Clock Tower • Brighton, Station • Devil’s Dyke Hotel • Withdean Stadium/Park & Ride • Preston Park/Preston Drove stopBlue Tour • Palace Pier • Station • North Road • Marine Gate • Rottingdean • Saltdean Lido • Rottingdean, High Street • Woodingdean, Downs Hotel • Queens Park, Pepper Pot