Brighton is a temperate coastal city in southeastern England, on the English Channel coast. Brighton, with a population of 250,000, is 50 minutes from London by train and only 30 minutes from Gatwick Airport. Brighton, a city that has made a name for itself with its lively life and beaches, hosts thousands of visitors from different corners of the world for tourism and education purposes.

About 40,000 students study in Brighton, which has 2 universities, numerous institutes, colleges and language schools. The city, which hosts a very young population, has a dynamic structure especially with restaurants, bars, cafes and other entertainment venues on the coastline. Located in the city center and called The North Laine, there are many shops, boutiques, cafes and restaurants. Churchill Square Shopping Center in the city center houses more than 80 stores. Museums to be visited in the city; Museum and Art Gallery, Brighton Toy and Model Museum, Booth Museum of Natural History and Brighton Fishing Museum. On the other hand, The Grand Hotel, Brighton Pier, Brighton Clock Tower and The Royal Pavillion, which was once owned by the royal family but are now open to the public, are some of the places to see.

Brighton also makes a name for itself with its festivals. The Brighton Festival, held annually in May, is the second largest festival held in the UK. Within the scope of this festival; Events are organized in many fields from theater to acrobatics, from visual arts to music. The Brighton Fringe Festival, which is also held in May every year, is the biggest arts festival in England.

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