Brighton's Shopping Spots (Self Guided), Brighton

Brighton is a real shopper’s paradise, and it boasts an extensive assortment of various shopping venues. From squares and narrow streets to flea markets and whole districts, Brighton is teeming with places to shop. This walking tour will put you on the right track to Brighton’s most prominent shopping spots.
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Brighton's Shopping Spots Map

Guide Name: Brighton's Shopping Spots
Guide Location: England » Brighton (See other walking tours in Brighton)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 6
Tour Duration: 1 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.2 Km or 0.7 Miles
Author: leticia
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • North Laine
  • North Street
  • Brighton Square
  • The Lanes
  • Western Road
  • Queens Road
North Laine

1) North Laine (must see)

North Laine is one of the most prominent shopping districts in Brighton. This active area is endowed with over 320 shops. Whether you are looking for fashionable clothing, trendy fashion, nice gifts, fine arts, antiques or retro objects, you'll find it here in North Laine.
North Street

2) North Street

North Street is the boundary street between the prominent North Laine district and The Lanes. This central street houses the usual fashionable shops including Mango, Snappy Snaps, Body Shop and The Pier and Boots, and is home to a few more unusual stores like Kurt Geiger Shoes and LOMBOK interiors.
Brighton Square

3) Brighton Square

Brighton Square is situated in the heart of Brighton's historic Lanes. It houses twenty one shops and restaurants, where you will find a widely diverse selection of goods and services. Enjoy a unique and lively shopping experience without the hassle of a crowded mall!
The Lanes

4) The Lanes (must see)

The Lanes is another popular destination for shopping in Brighton. Situated in the heart of the town, it is home to a number of independent shops and boutiques, where you can find antiques, jewellery, interior design, furniture, arts objects, famous brands and much, much more!
Western Road

5) Western Road

Western Road starts at Brighton Clock Tower and stretches to St. John the Baptist's Church. This shopping spot is prominent thanks to its modern interior design shops, antiques, fashionable boutiques, bargain stores, bookshops, specialist food shops and late-night stores.
Queens Road

6) Queens Road

Queens Road stretches from Brighton Train Station to the Clock Tower and offers a lot of retail venues, which provides a truly excellent shopping experience. This long street is home to a range of shops for stamp collectors, tourists, puppeteers, campers and photography enthusiasts.

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