Just an hour south by train is the seaside resort city of Brighton. Millions of visitors a year come to the south coast to enjoy its diverse community along with its large cultural music and arts scene.
Spend a day shopping, having a casual lunch, exploring the arts or lying on the beach. Better yet, spend the night and take in the eclectic live music venues.
Brighton also has a large LGBT population and has been given the moniker of the unofficial gay capital of the UK.
How to get to Brighton
Brighton is located about an hour south of London.
Trains for Brighton leave every 15 minutes from major stations like London Victoria Station, Gatwick, and St. Pancras.