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From London: Seven Sisters and South Downs Full-Day Tour

1. From London: Seven Sisters and South Downs Full-Day Tour

Catch the train to Brighton from London (all transport included) and climb aboard a luxury minibus on arrival. Journey to the beautiful South Downs and marvel at the rolling hills created over thousands of years by grazing animals. Visit Devil's Dyke to appreciate the view across the lowland weald, and learn how the landscape was formed before making your way to Middle Farm, where you can buy cheeses, sparkling wines or cider from Sussex. Middle Farm will be our lunch stop where the quaint tea rooms serve light lunches and snacks, you can also get a coffee or tea on us. Continue along country lanes to Seven Sisters Country Park to see the Neolithic carving of the Longman of Wilmington. Go for a walk to Beachy Head and take stunning photos of the white cliffs before traveling to Birling Gap to look at the dramatic coastal erosion and to get your first glimpse of the Seven Sisters cliffs. Stop at Seaford Head to enjoy an iconic view of the Seven Sisters. Your Guide will take you on a walk around the headland to get the best views of the cliffs and stunning scenery.

From Brighton: Seven Sisters and South Downs Tour

2. From Brighton: Seven Sisters and South Downs Tour

Meet your guide at the conveniently-located Brighton pick-up point. Board an airconditioned vehicle with plenty of space. Relax as you take in views of an ancient landscape of rolling chalk hills that were created over thousands of years by farmers grazing their animals.  Stop at Devil's Dyke, the largest dry valley in the UK. Admire stunning views of up to 30 miles across the lowland Weald. Learn how this landscape was created from your guide. Stop for a snack break at Middle Farm, a traditional Sussex farm that has been with the same family for over 200 years.  Continue to the Seven Sisters Country Park and the white cliffs. Pass through old country lanes to see the mysterious and ancient Longman of Wilmington, a huge Neolithic carving on the side of the Downs. Walk to the top of England's highest chalk cliff, measuring 530 feet.  Stop at Seaford Head for the iconic views of The Seven Sisters. Before returning to Brighton, stop in the village of Rottingdean. Stroll through the gardens of Rudyard Kipling, author of The Jungle Book, before transferring back to the city center of Brighton at 5:00 PM.

From Brighton: Stonehenge and Bath Full-Day Trip

3. From Brighton: Stonehenge and Bath Full-Day Trip

To begin your jam-packed day, visit one of the most famous prehistoric monuments in the world — a must-see during any visit to England. Spanning back over 5,000 years of history, Stonehenge remains one of the world's great unsolved mysteries. The monument endures as a source of inspiration and fascination and, for many, a place of worship and celebration. An audioguide tour will accompany your walk around the stones. You can also visit the new, world-class visitor center, which is proud home to permanent and temporary exhibitions, plus a spacious shop and cafe. At the stone circle, a sense of context and dignity is returned to the monument.  In the afternoon, set off on a scenic drive to Bath. With over 2,000 years of history and streets lined with elegant, honey-colored Georgian houses, no other city rivals the breathtaking beauty of Bath. You will see the Royal Crescent, the Circus, Assembly Rooms, and the delightful Pulteney Bridge. Learn how the Romans arrived in Bath in the first century, discovered Britain's only existing hot water springs, and built a bathing complex. This complex now stands as Britain's greatest memorial to the Roman era. Toward the end of the tour, take some free time for shopping and to visit the city's many other attractions.

Brighton: Coastline E-Bike Tour

4. Brighton: Coastline E-Bike Tour

Enjoy an early morning, afternoon or evening "electric" Mountain Bike along the scenic Brighton coastline. Set up your day with a fresh start, ask questions about Brighton and surrounding area so you can get the most out of your Brighton visit. Copy and paste the U Tube Video clip of the cliffs here: https://youtu.be/YphKWTRjIuc If you prefer to self-guide, your guide will show you where to go and provide a short guided route to the seafront to get you going. Take the freedom to please yourself. Fit the correct size bike / helmet and do a quick test ride to make sure your confident. Head to Brighton seafront and ride along to Rottingdean via the British Airways i360 tower and famous piers. The Undercliffs trails provide the perfect ride for the even most inexperienced rider as its flat and smooth. Once arriving in Rottingdean, ride back to the Marina along the top of the cliffs on the dedicated bike path, or for the adventurous and more experienced rider, you can take the off-road coastal trail back to Brighton. The cliff top has an amazing view of the Sussex coastline. If your confident you can take the offroad trail which runs next to the cycle lane. Take on a great way to see Brighton and a good chance to familiarize yourself with the local and surrounding areas and get insights about Brighton from a local. Your most welcome to ride back on your own taking the sites at your own pace.

From Brighton: Isle of Wight Full-Day Trip via Portsmouth

5. From Brighton: Isle of Wight Full-Day Trip via Portsmouth

Meet in central Brighton and travel by bus to the nearby city of Portsmouth. Learn about Britain's naval history before traveling to the Isle of Wight via the Wightlink Ferry. Get a great photo of Portsmouth's Spinnaker Tower and its historic dockyard as you depart. Arrive at Fishbourne shortly before noon. Take a scenic 20-minute drive to the charming village of Godshill. Upon arrival, discover its medieval church and see its 500-year-old thatched cottages, tea shops, and the Model Village. Explore the village with your guide and learn more about local history. Continue to Alum Bay, famous for its multi-colored sand cliffs and "the Needles". Choose between a chairlift ride or a walk down the steps to the picturesque beach. Enjoy the views of this scenic location, with plenty of fantastic photo opportunities. After some time here, travel back to Fishbourne for a 6:00 PM journey back to the mainland, followed by drop-off in Brighton.

Seven Sisters: E-Biking Tour

6. Seven Sisters: E-Biking Tour

A bike tour adapted to your preferences. Ride modern mountain bikes along the Sussex coastline from Seaford train station along the Cuckmere River to the historic village of Alfriston, or choose the Rathfinny Winery Route out to the top of the South Downs to take in the views of the distant North Downs, before riding downhill for a well deserved lunch break in the historic village of Alfriston. After lunch you can take either the Friston Forest route to see some World War II bomb craters located in the heart of the forest, you can even choose to ride down them! The second option is the easier route along the road to the Seaford Cliffs to view the famous Seven Sisters, before a short ride back to Seaford train station taking in views of Seaford and the surrounding views from the top of the Seaford Cliffs. Ride time is around 3 hours (not including travel time), you are able to do as much or as little riding as you like as everyone has different levels of ability. Allow at least 5 hours or more for the total ride and train, with the trip from Brighton to Seaford taking 30 minutes by train and costing £3.30 return.

Brighton: Who Smashed Brighton Rock Treasure Hunt Mystery

7. Brighton: Who Smashed Brighton Rock Treasure Hunt Mystery

Turn Brighton’s buzzing lanes into an exciting outdoor adventure, with the legendary unsolved mystery of Who Smashed Brighton Rock? With an interactive mystery guide, you must track down the clues, solve a range of puzzles hidden in Brighton's historic lanes, and find the lost newspaper article to reveal the identity of a mysterious sweetshop vandal. As the story goes, when Brighton's first major international rock festival was cancelled at the last minute, it sparked widespread rioting across the city. One location that was notably badly hit was the iconic seafront sweetshop 'Brighton Rock', which was owned by the unpopular local MP Roger Whitby. Was the damage to his shop simply a random act of violence? Or had Whitby been the victim of a targeted attack against him? Start your hunt to solve the mysterious tale at a unique whiskey emporium on this exciting puzzle adventure through the historic city centre. On your journey, you will be transported back to the 1960s as you explore the city's iconic lanes and hunt for the culprit behind the legendary act of vandalism. As you complete the cryptic puzzles and hunt down the hidden clues, you will visit Brighton's most iconic sights, discover its amazing local history, and enjoy the city's most atmospheric pubs. Once you have eliminated all of the suspects and found the location of the hidden newspaper article, you will have solved the crime and cracked Brighton's most legendary unsolved mystery!

Brighton: Walking Food Tour

8. Brighton: Walking Food Tour

Explore Brighton's buzzing streets and alleyways filled with independent stores, bars, and restaurants. Go on an adventure through our unique food scene and discover some of the iconic sights our city has to offer. Brighton is known for being a bit different than other places, but in a good way! And this is also reflected in the choices of our taster stops. If you expect something "standard" that can be found anywhere, this tour is not for you. But if you are open-minded and curious, we will spoil you and your senses with home cooked meals, vegan treats, award winning tasters, hidden spots and above all plenty of food. We have VEGAN and VEGETARIAN OPTIONS available, just get in touch to let us know. Brighton is not like any other place and this is what we want to reflect in our tours as well. We look forward to hosting you!

Grand Brighton Bike Tour

9. Grand Brighton Bike Tour

Take a leisurely 2.5-hour bike tour of Brighton to see all the coastal city’s main monuments, with plenty of stops for photo opportunities along the way. Departing from Brighton Rail Station, your guide will lead you through the city’s colorful streets, from the bohemian quarters of North Laine to the opulent Oriental architecture of the Royal Pavilion, with some hidden extras en route that even the guide books miss. Prepare to laugh out loud at quirky tales of Brighton’s yesteryear as you cycle along the smooth bike paths of the beach front and discover the quaint Fishing Quarter. See the handsome Georgian architecture of Brunswick Square and Preston Manor, where the grounds include lovely orchards and gardens. Back at the meeting point, if you’ve developed a taste for biking Brighton, you are free to hire the bike to explore on your own.

Brighton: Bar Crawl of Five Venues with Drink Deals & Shots

10. Brighton: Bar Crawl of Five Venues with Drink Deals & Shots

First time in Brighton or a fellow Brightonian wanting an amazing night out? Look no further than Brighton Pub Crawl. England’s most famous seaside town full of pebbled beaches, fish and chips and good times! Nicknamed ‘London on Sea’ enjoy all the best parts of the famous seaside town without the hussle and bussle of the capital! We’ll guide you free the best bars on the sea front and in town with free shots, Q-Jump, discounted drinks over multiple bars so you don’t have to worry about anything but getting lit! Experience a night out like never before with our best drink deals and free shots. Guess what? All this and only from £10! That’s right. We will save you an average of £50+ from your night out. The best way to meet new people, get value for money with free shots, speedy entry, and fun party games!

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Overall rating

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based on 98 reviews

Our tour was excellent! Adam, our guide, was very knowledgeable of the area, engaging, caring and funny and made sure all of us were well taken care of and had a good experience. It was really lovely to experience the English Seaside communities, pastoral views through back roads and books and crannies we would have never found on our own and of course the cliffs are uniquely beautiful. We had a major setback that day with our flights out of England to Norway for the next leg of our trip having been unceremoniously cancelled by Heathrow as the travel nightmare continues, so much of my day was consumed with desperately trying to find alternative travel options which proved to be a nightmare- but Adam was very sympathetic, pulsed other travelers for chargers for my phone since the web searches were draining my batteries, was caring, and supportive. My (grown) children and I felt we were in good hands and would not hesitate to book another tour with this tour group.

Had a fabulous time on this day-trip and tour! Our guide Adam was amazing, had a lot of energy, fun, and very knowledgeable :) It was a very efficient, well-planned tour that took us to wonderful sights. The sites and views were stunning and probably one of my favorite places in England. Would definitely recommend for friends and other travelers!

The tour lived up to expectations. The guide was well informed and presented information in a relevant and engaging way. The tour was well devised with just the right amount of time spent at the major spots. Would definitely recommend the tour to others. For me the highlight was the ferry crossing - seeing so many boats and ships was unreal.

Adam was a great tour guide and showed us a hidden spot with a view of The Seven Sisters. Took some great pictures. Simply had a lovely day and learned a lot!

Our guide, Adam, was outstanding! A great trip for nature lovers!