Junior English Courses in Brighton
The Junior English Courses in Brighton are located in the city that was chosen by the British Royal Family as its official summer residence during the 18th Century. Along with the Royal Family came the aristocracy and the so-called “moneyed” classes of England's society. Since then, Brighton became associated with glamour and sophistication, and is still very much regarded as a fashionable place to live in or visit.
Whether it is for watching one of the many sporting events held in the city, eating at one of its many renowned restaurants, or simply strolling along the pier, Brighton nowadays is as popular as ever. Students of the Junior English Courses in Brighton agree that The Royal Pavilion is a sight well worth seeing. It was built especially for the Prince Regent at the turn of the 18th Century. The Palace Pier isn’t just for strolling, it has popcorn stands, fish-and-chips stalls, fortune tellers, and amusement arcades.
Brighton was originally a fishing village before it was colonized by the royals and the aristocracy. The fishermen lived in winding lanes, which are now known as 'The Lanes'. Brighton offers antique shops, book shops and cafés at just about every corner. Come and see for yourself what makes this city so great while you take Junior English Courses in Brighton!