5 Reasons You Should Visit The South East


Sometimes it is nice to take a trip and just get away from things. Though most people would prefer to visit Caribbean countries and sit back and relax taking trips around your own country can be much more satisfying. Staying in your hometown can often make a country seem a lot smaller but once you take the time to discover it you realise what you have taken for granted. The South East alone has so much to offer that everyone should experience at least once and if you don’t believe me read on and see exactly what you’re missing out on.

Countryside

The South East of England is known for its countryside, which is perhaps the greatest benefit of all. Not only is the air a lot cleaner which is surprisingly refreshing if you’ve been stuck in the city but the whole idea of the countryside being isolated provides you with a sense of serenity that will relax you in an instant. The idyllic homes that can be found within the countryside as well as the scenic views will make you never want to leave and since it’s the 3rd largest region of England you may never have to.National-Trust-Walks-Devils-Dyke-South-Downs-East-Sussex-

Weather

South East England is close to continental Europe and is therefore often influenced by continental weather conditions. This often comprises of cold spells during winter and humid hot weather in the summer. Though this may sound disappointing the weather of South East England is often dormant in comparison to other regions.4-seasons-1-tree

Transport

Visiting the South East of England couldn’t be any easier with their great transport links. There are numerous main roads that you can follow as your transport route including: the M1 through Buckinghamshire; the M40 running through Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire; the M4 running through Berkshire and Buckinghamshire; the M2 motorway and the A2 and M20 that runs through Kent; the M23 running through West Sussex; the M3 running through Hampshire. Not only are these all-major transport routes but they also connect to the M25, which runs near to and occasionally through the region’s border with Greater London giving you easy access to the capital.road

Economy

You’d be glad to know that visiting South East England won’t break your bank. They have the second largest regional economy within the UK. With a flourishing economy business is better than ever meaning that the tourism scene is also flourishing, so without a doubt you’ll be thoroughly welcomed to the South East.economic-dev

Plenty To Do

You are guaranteed to never get bored whilst visiting the South East, as there are plenty of excursions set across the region. The South East is perfect for educational travel for this exact reason. There is so much to do and dicover. In particular the largest city that can be found in the South East is Brighton and with its impeccable nightlife you’ll definitely need to find some energy to stay awake. It also has some great locations to do a bit of fishing. Therefore, be sure to bring your boilies by cc moore from Total Fishing Tackle and your fishing rod and try you luck in the South East.royal-pavilion

 

Adam Houghton

Passionate blogger based in the South East (Kent). Studied English Language at the University of Kent. Growing South East England to give exposure to local attractions and businesses.

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