The Lanes

The Lanes

Published On June 9, 2015 | By We Love Brighton | Must dos

The Lanes

On the opposite side of town to the Bohemian North Laine lie The Lanes, a historic, intricate maze of twisting alleyways filled with Regency architecture, 400 year old fishermen’s cottages, quaint old pubs, brick-paved streets and flint stone walls along with a huge range of boutiques selling everything from antiques to jewellery and homewares to food.

Visit the elegant East Street Arcade for high-end fashion, beauty, clothes and more or venture to Brighton Square and dine al fresco next to the beautiful Dolphin fountain, built by sculptor James Osborne, which provides a useful collecting point for visitors’ coins, all of which are donated to the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Sick Children.

Many more wonderful restaurants and cafes are scattered throughout the area serving everything from pizza to vegan treats.

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