The Southeast Travel Guide
Plan Your The Southeast Vacation
Surrey, Kent, and Sussex form the breadbasket of England, where bucolic farmland stretches as far as the eye can see. Once a favorite destination of English nobility, this region is rich with history, visible in the great castles and stately homes that dot the countryside. Its cities are similarly historic, especially ancient Canterbury, with its spectacular cathedral and medieval streets. Along the coast, funky seaside towns have a more relaxed attitude, especially artsy Brighton, where artists and musicians use the sea as inspiration for their work.
All around the coast, resort towns stretch along beaches, their hotels standing cheek by jowl. Of the smaller hotels and... read more
If you're in a seaside town, look for that great British staple, fish-and-chips. Perhaps "look" isn't the word—just follow... read more
Things To Do in The Southeast
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
Amazing gardens: Gardens of all kinds are an English specialty, and at Sissinghurst and Wisley, as well as in the gardens of Hever... Read more
Touring the Southeast's historic houses isn’t just a procession of beautiful photo ops; it’s a living history lesson. From modest... Read more
English wine? The English wine industry, ridiculed for years, is beginning to be taken more seriously. English vineyards, mostly in... Read more
The term "Regency" comes from the last 10 years of the reign of George III (1811–20), who was deemed unfit to rule because of his mental... Read more
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