Eastbourne, in the East Sussex region, is a seaside town on the south coast of England. Due to the fact that it is by the sea, its climate is mild compared to many parts of England. The history of Eastbourne, whose population exceeds 100,000, goes back a long way, like many English cities. The city, where there are ruins of settlements from the Stone Age period, first came under the rule of the Roman Empire, then came under the control of the Normans and the British Empire respectively.

It's proximity to London, Brighton and Hastings and easy transportation Eastbourne is ideally located, especially for those planning a day trip out of town. Eastbourne is a peaceful and safe city with stylish restaurants, colorful cafes and bars, as well as many alternatives such as natural beauties, magnificent vegetation, adrenaline-filled nature sports, air shows, zoo, parks, theatre, opera and art museums. This city, which is both lively and lively and small and safe, is one of the favorite places of foreign and domestic students. While the Congress Theatre, The Royal Hippodrome Theater and Devonshire Park, one of the country's most established theaters, serve in this city, there are even theater stages in some pubs in the city. In Eastbourne, where the London Philharmonic Orchestra frequently presents their works, concerts in different musical styles, from rock music to the nostalgic 'Big Band' style, are held throughout the year on the big stage built on the quay.

Many parks and parks in Eastbourne some of the green area; They are Shinewater Park, Hampden Park, Princes Park, Carpet Gardens, Motcombe Gardens, Borde Hill Garden. The places that history buffs and art lovers must visit; How We Live Then Museum and Gift Shop, Redoubt Fortress and Military Museum, The Observatory Science Center and Towner Art Museum. Located 5 kilometers from Eastbourne city center, the natural wonder Beachy Head is also a frequent destination for tourists.