20.02.2008 - Brighton was no more than a little seaside town with 1.500 inhabitants when, in 1753, Richard Russell, a doctor from Lewes, started to promote health treatments with sea water. He opened a spa hotel and from near and far, rich people with failing health began to pour into Brighton. Since the 1780s, it has been fashionable to go to Brighton for a holiday – one of the most illustrious guests was the young Prince Regent, the later King George IV. wh...
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[...] Because Brighton is so close to London – it is only about an hour away by train – it has developed an extensive nightlife, with many bars, pubs and clubs [...]