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Taking a day trip from London to Brighton gives visitors chance to see one of England's most popular seaside resorts. The town does have other tourist attractions, like the remarkable Brighton Pavilion, a small museum and gallery, and the delightful shopping streets known as the Lanes, but the main reason for going to Brighton is to enjoy a day at the seaside.
If the weather is fine just jump on a train and little more than an hour later you'll be strolling along the seafront, smelling the ozone, and walking out onto Brighton Pier. There are plenty of eating places including some top restaurants, but many people will want to take the chance to have some good old-fashioned English fish and chips.
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