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5 REASONS TO VISIT & STUDY SOUTHAMPTON

  1. Mayflower Theatre

Mayflower produces some of the finest performances in the UK. Mayflower is the biggest theatre on the south coast with just over 2,270 seats in our auditorium. Their aim is to bring a diverse range of shows to Southampton, and they present a mixture of spectacular touring productions, from musicals – many direct from the West End – to dance, opera, drama, ballet and comedy. we do not doubt for a second that you will be able to find the perfect show for you!

  1. A walk through stunning gardens and parks

Southampton is the home to beautifully picturesque walks, surrounded by wildlife. Some of the most popular parks in which you can take walks and relax are: Southampton Common, Houndwell Park and West Park. The Last one is right opposite of Eurospeak Southampton Language School.

  1. Speed Boat Tours and Courses

Ocean Sports Tuition is the place to make your boating ambitions become a reality. If you’re just after the thrill, without the qualifications, then you must check out Seadogz, including 60- or 90-minute Extreme Rib Experiences, Treasure Hunts.

  1. Find out more about the Titanic

You can see various experiences and exhibitions about Titanic’s History. You can visit SeaCity Museum and learn about the story of the people of the city, their fascinating lives and historic connections with Titanic and the sea. Also, here you will find the Titanic Engineers’ Memorial.

  1. Enjoy a drink somewhere a little different

From themed pubs like the Hobbit, to bookstore/alehouse hybrids, Southampton has an array of individual and kooky joints to sink your favourite craft beer or cocktail. A varied and lively nightlife, allows you to let your hair down with like-minded people after a long day exploring the history of this wonderful city.

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WHY IT’S A GOOD LOCATION & WHICH PLACES YOU CAN VISIT FROM SOUTHAMPTON

 Isle of Wight – Known as the “Garden Isle” Isle of Wight is a beautiful charming town 2h away by ferry from Southampton. It also is well known area for dinosaurs attracting people around the world and geology students to go fossil hunting and study in the island.

It is very easy and fun to get there as it requires you to cross the sea on the ferry, and you can enjoy the beautiful view of Southampton and Isle of Wight from the sea. A beautiful experience, really.

Standards day return ticket for foot passengers £17.80, but there are also saving options, and family tickets. You are also allowed to take your pet with you, free of charge!

Winchester Farmers Market –It is the largest Farmers’ Market of the UK with around 90 stalls, according to the Guardian Food Magazine. Sadly, it doesn’t open every weekend. The marked takes place every second and final Sunday of each month, and it is perfect for buffalo steak lovers, organic products, and even ostrich meat. It is really a must if you’re looking for quality!

It only takes 30min by car and about an hour on the bus!

New Forest National Park, Marwell Wildlife, Victoria Country Park –

Milford on sea – Besides the seaside where you can walk along the cliff-top path Milford Sea is a beautiful small village with many shops, pubs and restaurants. There are lots of places to stay & camping sites, including self-catered cottages to visit and holiday parks. You can also go down from Hurst Spit to Hurst Castle or even along Barton on Sea.

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