Sussex is a historic county in South East England. It is bounded on the north by Surrey, east by Kent, south by the English Channel, and west by Hampshire, and is divided for local government into West Sussex and East Sussex and the city of Brighton and Hove
Places to visit in Sussex
Royal Pavilion: It is a former royal residence. The Indo-Saracenic architecture and the oriental interiors make it a must visit place in Brighton.
Beach in Brighton: It is a shingle beach up to the mean low tide mark, and it has been awarded the prestigious blue flag (given to beaches and marinas that have met stringent ecological standards)
Beachy Head: is a chalk headland (a place surrounded by water from 3 sides) on the south coast of England. The cliff there is the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain.
Goodwood House: It is a country house in West Sussex in southern England. It is the seat of the Dukes of Richmond, and a popular tourist attraction.
Indian Restaurants in Sussex Serving Vegetarian Food
Famous Universities in Sussex
Transport Facilities in Sussex
In Brighton, There are several railway stations, bus services, taxis, and coach services. Many commuters use the rail service to travel to places like London, for work.
The Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company provides bus facilities with 300 buses. The buses ply at night as well, but the service is limited.
Climate in Sussex
The south coast of England has one of the warmest climates in the UK, but the weather can still be unpredictable. There are 4 distinct seasons. In spring and autumn, the average temperature is around 15 degrees C. In winter, temperatures drop to about 6 degrees C, and in the summer they average 22 degrees C.