Great for people watching & browsing great mix of old & new stuff - just nice to stroll past the shops, stalls and cafes
very pleasant walk around looking at jewellery shops and small boutiques. There appears to be less antique shops in this area than before. The antique shops are now across the road in North laines. Its nice to find a coffee shop and watch the world go by
Small, cute shops are lined all along these mysterious and charming lanes. This is a great area if you are looking for antiques, jewelry and other little retail gems. The cobblestone paths and the old buildings where the shops are only add to the classic feel of this part of Brighton. You can spend a good two hours or so... More
This is the remains of what was once the fishing village, so look up to see what were the cottages hanging over the narrow winding pedestrianised streets. Look down and see the array of jewellers,antique shops and smart boutiques and before your wallet is empty pause in one of the cafes or bars to regain your breath! Always busy late... More
Just to confuse visitors to Brighton there are 2 lanes in Brighton. The Lanes and across of North Street is The Laines. The Lanes after being fisherman cottages in the 17th and 18th centuries suddenly became popular when a Dr Richard Russell of Lewes believed that the seawater here in what was then called Brighthelmstone had medicinal properties as you... More
Always lovely to wander down the Lanes but surprised at how many shops/cafes had closed down since I last visited
The Lanes consists of l ots of cute little shops, a mix of high-end and boutiques making it the perfect place for easy shopping. The narrow windy roads make it charming but mean you can miss lots, so take time to explore them all.
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