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4) - Georgian seaside town, famous for its meandering 'Lanes' - a royal playground.
A lively gay community means there's always something going on and the food is above average.
- magnificent palace built by a succession of kings from Henry VIII onwards.
Given to the public by Queen Victoria it boasts a succession of exquisite rooms, mediaeval kitchens, the famous maze, 'real tennis' courts and beautiful gardens.
Call your local office for a free marketing appraisal.Not really the place to get a sense of 'Olde England' - but a better bet for shopaholics - a large jewelry sector. You can also explore the 'White Cliffs' coastline from here.The only negative thing about Brighton is that it thinks too highly of itself, and got a mention in 'The Idler guide to crap towns' for that reason. 5) - famous for the being world's largest inhabited castle, largely restored after a huge fire. If you're into castles a day trip to Warwick (easily do-able by train) might be a better bet, though, of course, it's not inhabited by the Queen.Over 60s also get reduced travel throughout Britain (not just the Southeast region) with a Senior railcard which may be a better buy for this age group.Bus services are also cheap and reliable - but are at the mercy of traffic.