Bright, brash and rainbow-striped, the seaside playground of Brighton and Hove has been the UK’s bohemian home of hedonism since the 18th century. Beyond the annual Pride parade, its independent spirit manifests in design-forward shops and hotels, sustainable restaurants and locals who are as welcoming as they are creative. Here, they let us in on the city’s best hangouts.
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From watersport-ready Lake Windermere to soaring Scafell Pike and the bustling market town of Keswick, the Lake District National Park and Cumbria beyond make up England’s most beautifully alluring corner. We’ve eaten in farm-to-fork restaurants, hiked off-beat trails and soaked up views from log cabins to find the area’s best spots.
A destination for surfers, creatives and those who love to eat, this harbour town is among the most famous pockets along Cornwall’s rugged coast. We’ve consulted locals who have let us in on their favourite places in St Ives.