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Shopping In Brighton

It’s a narrow maze of winding paths crammed with interesting shops, cafes and boutiques. It’s also Brighton & Hove’s premium shopping district and is well worth a visit. It’s easy to find, located opposite the tourist information centre and barely a couple of minutes from the seafront on Kings Road.

There’s a lot of interesting shops – from those selling armour and African artefacts to the latest fashion accessories. If markets are your thing, come along on Saturday when the flea market is held on a weekly basis.

 


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Market Street, The LanesInterestingly, the lanes actually date back to the 17th century when they were used to join the main Brighton roads together. Since then they have evolved into a network of mazed streets that now form the ultimate shopping experience in Brighton.

The Lanes really have everything that a shopper would want - here, you can find shops The Lanes - Jewellers Shopselling exquisite jewelry to coffee stores where you can buy fresh ground coffee.

For classic, unique Bohemian type shops visit the North Laine, where you can find over 300 stores selling all types of goods from fashion clothes to African artifacts. The stores are spread over an area of approximately half a square mile.

ANorth Laine, Brightonlso worth checking out is the Churchill Square Shopping Centre, a five minute stroll from the beach. Churchill Square has 90 shops as well as a number of restaurants and cafes all in one complex.

If bargain hunting is your thing, visit the indoor and outdoor antique and flea markets across the city. Visit Brighton's only outlet shopping centre at Brighton Marina offering famous brands at genuine savings.

"Unique Brighton" is a useful website to check out for more info about The Lanes

   

 
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