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3 DAYS PROGRAM From 18 to 20 September 2020
Fashionable, fun and stylish. Brighton has everything you could want on a trip: beach, a royal palace, elegant architecture, delicious restaurants, shopping, great museums and a unique beach atmosphere.
The famous Brighton Pier juts out into the sea from the seafront; in it you will find fun, fairground attractions and all kinds of entertainment; not to mention privileged sea views for your Instagram photos.
Its colorful shopping streets, known as The Lanes, are full of vintage clothing, jewelry and antiques. Get lost in its alleys and find a souvenir to take you back home!
Nearby you will find the South Downs National Park and the famous Seven Sisters cliffs.
All of this and what words cannot express is less than an hour by train from various central London stations.
Ah, watch out for your seagulls ...
From a fishing village to one of the most cosmopolitan coastal enclaves in southern England in just a century. Brighton has become at this time a symbol of diversity and tolerance, a peaceful home for the LGTBI community. The modern and the old coexist in every corner of this city.
The Brighton Marathon Weekend is an exciting three-day event that takes place every April in Brighton.
More than 18,000 participants participate in the events, while more than 150,000 spectators line the city streets to show their support.
Events include the UK's second largest marathon, Brighton Marathon, the BM10k race, The Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens Mini Mile Races and BM Ride. Also open all weekend, is the massive Event Village, set up on Brighton Beach for fans, runners and the local community to enjoy.
More than 12,000 runners participate in the marathon, enjoying a course that begins in Preston Park at 9.45 am, progresses through the city center, along the glorious waterfront and ends on the iconic Madeira Drive in front of thousands of spectators .
The best course for men and women is under 2 hours 10 minutes 2:29, making it the second fastest marathon in the UK. It is also the second largest marathon in the UK and the eighth largest in Europe.
Since the first Brighton Marathon in 2010, the Brighton Marathon has grown dramatically to become the Brighton Marathon Weekend that draws more and more runners and spectators to the city each year.