Brighton, located on the south coast of England and it is less than an hour from London, It is the favourite seaside town of Londoners for their weekend getaway on the beach.
Famous for its Royal Palace Royal Pavillion created by King George IV and its games room; it is a vibrant and colourful city. It has varied cultural galleries, museums, theatres and street performers that you should not miss; it has 400 years of style and history.
For outsiders with refined palates, this city is not just "fish and chips", it features high quality sea food and a selection of restaurants with flavours from around the world.
Better known as Brighton & Hove, this city is very accessible to all foreigners, and it is only half an hour from Gatwick International Airport.
It is an ideal destination to learn English or work, because it has great job opportunities. It has a solid financial industry, attracting nearly 8 million tourists every year.
Another feature that will make you want to stay in Brighton is that the lifestyle is extremely open and multicultural. It has a modern and youthful university community, many bookshops, markets, music festivals and entertainment events for everyone, like the Paddle Round the Pier which is the biggest beach festival in Europe.
To get around the best main transport is the bus.
It has a temperate oceanic climate, but is one of the sunniest cities in UK.