Guide to Sussex, Royal paradise

Like the duke and duchess, prince Harry and Meghan Markle's province Sussex also has its own fame for its rich diversity and picturesque locations.

Located in the southeastern corner of England, it covers the coastal areas along the English Channel south of London. For administrative purposes, Sussex is divided into the province of East Sussex and West Sussex and the unitary authority of Brighton and Hove. Studded with bewitching and endearing charms for commoners and royals this place is a royal beauty on mother earth. Fairytale castle, divine gardens, exotic restaurants and spa, picturesque farms, villages, beaches, elegant stately homes, museums, and exhibition centers, this place presents innumerable prepossessions.

Seven sisters

East Sussex-

Seven Sisters are a series of chalk cliffs by the English Channel.

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Located between the towns of Seaford and Eastbourne in they form a part of south downs in east Sussex. They are the remnants of dry valleys within the chalk South Downs. Many landmarks are named after it. many films such as  White Cliffs of Dove, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Mr. Holmes captured the beauty of this place. This dream place of Robbie and Cecilia in the atonement is mesmerizing.

Brighton and Hove is a seaside city in East Sussex, and a popular destination for tourists, renowned for its diverse communities, quirky shopping areas, large cultural, music and arts scene, and its large LGBT population, recognizes as the "unofficial gay capital of the UK".

Cosmopolitan, buzzy, and fun, Brighton and Hove is a great, walkable little city, with a thriving arts scene, a lot of independent cafés, bars, and restaurants Brighton has hip-hop and indie nightclubs, Hove has pubs championing craft beer and a café on every corner. Both towns are 1 mile away from each other and are at their best when the sun shines. From hove street, Palmeira square to dyke road park in hove and Brighton marina, royal pavilion north laine in Brighton, both places are as bright as a day

Beachy Head, located in Sussex is a picture-perfect place, it is one of the most popular tourist spots and popularly known as the end of the world. It is a beach with a cliff near to it, which also means it is not really the end of Earth. The cliff at Beachy Head is that the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain, rising to 162 meters above water level. The peak allows views of the southeast coast from Dungeness in the east to Selsey Bill in the west .the picture of this place has purportedly gone viral on social media with the caption end of the earth.

West Sussex- 

Midhurst, a market town lies on the River Rother 20 miles inland from the English Channel, and 12 miles north of the county town of Chichester. Midhurst meaning ‘Middle wooded hill", or " among the wooded hills’’ has been voted as one of the best places to live in the UK by the Sunday Times. Midhurst has wide streets with a good sense of space, striking buildings, unusual shops, and interesting history.

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The town is closely associated with the Cowdray Estate, famous for the ruins of Cowdray House, and these days for polo's Veuve Cliquot Gold Cup, which attracts several tourists in midsummer. Midhurst is the heart of the South Downs National Park. Brighton and Midhurst are 28 miles away

The top attraction in Midhurst are

  • South Downs National Park
  • Cowdray Park
  • The Midhurst Museum
  • Bepton Down
  • The Midhurst Gallery

Chichester, a cathedral city and a shopper’s paradise with the Georgian lanes surrounding its medieval cathedral. Classic highly curated women's wear on display, quirky and eye-catching special-occasion dresses, The kennel Vintage Market, where original dresses and accessories celebrating the '40s, '50s, and '60s are displayed on models, roaming the estate’s stalls may be a blessing for shopaholics. Shopping is an art and Chichester is for artists only

Top sights in Chichester

  • Fishbourne Roman Palace
  • Chichester Cathedral
  • The Novium
  • Pallant House Gallery

Charleston House is a former country home of Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant and is an example of their decorative style within a domestic context representing sixty years of their artistic creativity. This house is now a museum and art gallery set in a rustic 16th-century farmhouse. nestled in a colorful sculpture-filled garden, Charleston’s rooms are hand-painted, with the couple’s art decorated alongside works by Picasso, Renoir, and Delacroix. It also includes a store where visitors can purchase handmade items including fabrics and prints by Grant and Bell, ceramic pottery and jewelry, and books by and about the celebrated Bloomsbury Group members who currently are the owner of this property.

Tradition and Food

Sussex is known for its strong tradition of bonfire celebrations and its rich musical heritage. The shire is home to England's largest arts festival, the Brighton Festival, and Brighton Pride, one among the UK's largest and oldest gay pride parades. Whether you’re trying to find fine dining, pub food, a romantic meal for two, or just a snack bite, Sussex really has something for everybody 

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Pudding and pies of Sussex are well celebrated. The gentlefolks of Sussex are fond of eating, music, and celebration.

The chalky soil and climate of the South Downs produce sparkling wines comparable to French offerings. One of the classics is Nyetimber, whose bottles have beat French ones in blind taste tests

Sussex offers an array of hotels, inns, B&Bs, and other accommodations that will not only help you extend your stay but enhance it.

Sussex is the heart of England and the array of people living here is its soul. This will be once in a blue moon experience for you. better visit here if you don't have the privilege to stay here.

Add wanderlust in your life and as famous novelist jack Kerouac has said live, travel, adventure, bless and don’t be sorry 

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