The language school in Brighton lies in the heart of the town, opposite the world-famous Royal Pavilion – built between 1815 and 1822 by George IV, Prince of Wales, as his comfortable summer residence. The ancestor of Prince William selected Brighton due to its beautiful beaches and its privileged location on the coast of the English Channel in the south of England. These beaches are just a few minutes’ walk from the school. Once a mundane seaside resort, Brighton is today a trendy place that many young people choose for their language holiday and which the rich and famous have designated their favourite destination, thanks to the great clubs, restaurants and designer hotels. Brighton is cool, cosmopolitan, lively and – yes – known for its good food!