South East England is a fascinating mixture of cities with tawdry and elite histories. When visiting for a weekend, South East England offers cities like Brighton where George IV is said to have had illicit affairs. On the other hand, Oxford is home to one of the most prestigious universities in the world. You can easily visit Brighton’s ornate Royal Pavilion or Oxford University colleges. At Oxford colleges, you learn the fascinating side of history such as how Lewis Carroll met Alice Liddell or where Charles I met his queen. There are many towns in the region and each holds an array of interesting sites. For example, you can visit Highclere Castle in Newbury or the Dover Castle built in the 12th century. There are plenty of museums, churches and shopping squares throughout the region.