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Sussex Travel Guide

Places to Visit in Sussex

Arundel

Arundel

The historic town of Arundel is entirely dominated by its hilltop castle. Lying in the valley of the River Arun, this little town is full of character and visitors will find themselves beguiled by its medieval charm.

7 out of 10 stars (9 votes)
Brighton

Brighton

Brighton is England's no.1 seaside resort. With 11km of beach and sand, the largest gay population in Europe, prehistoric sites and some examples of Regency architecture....

5 out of 10 stars (4 votes)
Hastings

Hastings

Best known for its historical importance in the Battle of 1066 between the Normans and the Saxons, Hastings draws the tourist trade on three fronts. Visitors are attracted by its historical importance, to relax in a seaside resort or to bathe in its maritime past and present.

7 out of 10 stars (15 votes)
Lewes

Lewes

A predominantly Georgian town built upon a medieval layout, Lewes breathes history and will delight anyone interested in history and culture. Attractions here include Keere Street, Anne of Cleves House and Museum, Southover Grange and the nearby Downs, Ouse Valley and the Weald.

9 out of 10 stars (5 votes)
Rottingdean

Rottingdean

Lying within the busy Brighton district, picturesque Rottingdean lies off the busy tourist trail. This is a shame. A small picture-perfect town with a historic past, visitors will also be warmed by the friendliness of the locals.

8 out of 10 stars (27 votes)
Rye

Rye

When the sea left this town, its charm remained. Guaranteed to please, Rye is an ancient, port town lined with half-timbered houses, cobbled streets and curious little shops. It also boast fantastic teahouse, antique shops and some fine Medieval, Tudor and Georgian architecture.

9 out of 10 stars (15 votes)


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