East Sussex is a county in southeastern England, situated on the coast of the English Channel. Much of the tourism in East Sussex is centered on the region’s geology; indeed, some of the most majestic East Sussex sights are found along the chalk cliffs of the South Downs. When visiting East Sussex, you should take a walk along the coast to admire the Seven Sisters, a particular series of cliffs, and Beachy Head, a chalk headland where you can view one of the most suggestive lighthouses in England. One of the other natural East Sussex attractions is Ashdown Forest, located in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; Ashdown Forest is the setting for the famous “Winnie the Pooh” stories. Within the forest, there is the Ashdown Forest Llama Park.
When you’re visiting Gloucestershire, you should also head to Berkeley Castle, where King Edward II was imprisoned before his death in 1327, as well as Sudeley Castle, the burial place of one of the wives of Henry VIII. To experience Gloucestershire culture up close, you should take a walk through the Cotswold Hills, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty; there are a number of picturesque small villages scattered through the Cotswolds which definitely deserve visiting.