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A fashionable resort since the 18th century, Brighton remains London and South England's seaside escape. Brighton and adjoining Hove's popularity grew immeasurably when the railway arrived in 1841. Today, trains from London still stream into the city. Hundreds of pubs and clubs attract an energetic crowd, especially at weekends. Brighton is the UK's main gay resort. Major sights include St. Nicholas' 11th- century church, the pebbled beach, the amusement arcade on Brighton Pier and the Royal Pavilion.
There are currently travel restrictions to this destination for tourism purposes due to COVID-19.
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