The city of Brighton is located in the East Sussex in England. Brighton dates as far back as the Bronze Age within the Roman and Anglo-Saxion periods. The town became more significant during the Middle Ages as it saw economic, social and overall financial development. The years that followed the Middle Ages, the start of the modern era brought with it attacks, storms, a declining economy and as a result, a declining population. The city did eventually turn itself around as they improved roads and access to London and opened itself up as a destination for boats and travelers heading to France, and people saw the health benefits of sea bathing. The railways in 1841 brought even more tourist attention and Brighton continued to become a seaside paradise for all kinds of tourists which resulted in tourist attractions being constructed in the Victorian era. The city`s development was so rapid that in 1997, the town merged and joined the town of Hove.
Brighton has evolved into a progressive city and tourist destination that is well known for diverse communities, interesting shopping, a large art and culture presence and the LGBT population. Brighton is known as the Gay Capital of the UK but also UK`s hippest city and rated the happiest place to live in the UK as well. The city sees over 8.5 million tourists annually.
The tourists enjoy the city because where else you can see the past meeting present, and the present meeting the future. The city is rich in history with many landmarks and important historical monuments as well as progressive lifestyles, displays, food and overall culture that is found here. Saint Mary`s Hall is one of the many buildings that have become landmarks and part of Brighton’s identity. These monuments are what make Brighton so historically rich with a loud and interesting story to tell. The city is cultural, accepting and offers tourists and offers locals endless opportunities.