Brighton and Hove
Brighton is a city located on the south coast of England. It constitutes most of the conurbation known as Brighton & Hove. Known in Antiquity as Brighthelmston, Brighton dates from long before the creation of the Domesday Book. It emerged as a tourist center during the 18th century and became a major destination for travelers after the arrival of the railway in 1841. As a result, Brighton experienced rapid population growth reaching 160,000 inhabitants in 1961. Today, Brighton it is home to more than 156,000 people without counting the peripheries of the town, which together account for 480,000 inhabitants.
Brighton receives an average of 8 million tourists a year and has a solid financial industry, is also home to two universities and a medical school. Brighton is approximately one hour by train from London.