Visit The South East

Visit The Beautiful South East

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South East England is known for its rolling countryside and as a neighbour to England’ capital city London. The River Thames flows through the capital as well as through the Thames Valley including Oxford which is famous for its university. In the county of Berkshire you will find the 11th Century Windsor Castle which is one of England’s Royal Residences. The White Cliffs of Dover overlook the English Channel where medieval Dover Castle features the secret tunnels and Great Tower.
Brighton is known for being cool and trendy with it’s boutique shopping in the North and South Lanes and impressive architectural gems such as the Brighton Pavillion. You can chose to hang out on the stretching pebble beach, play slot machines on the pier or take a walk in the rolling South Downs; Devils Dyke being a favourite.

Visit Surrey and you can find yourself riding a roller coaster at Thorpe Park, or escape to a wonderful English Garden at RHS Wisley. If you’re looking for fun for all the family then why not try Brooklands Museum; the home of British Motorsport and Aviation. Don’t miss your chance to spot the famous deer that have been roaming Richmond Park since 1529.

Visit Portsmouth’s ‘Café in the Cloud’ and enjoy high tea in the Spinaker Tower or book onto a Harbour Tour and get up and close to England’s Royal Navy Ships. If you fancy relaxing, why not take a picnic to Porchester Castle or if you love to shop till you drop then Gunwharf Keys is where you are sure to grab a bargain.

South East England’s climate makes the area perfect to explore its beautiful gardens and parks. However there are still plenty of indoor activities for that rainy day! The South East is the perfect place to visit for an exclusive short beak or a day out come rain or shine. There are plenty of pubs and established breweries with open fires to cosy up in during the winter months and numerous summer festivals to enjoy live music and comedy when the sun is shining.