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Sussex, England and Dublin, Ireland

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Sussex is not a city...

Perhaps you mean Brighton?

Gumtree is sort of the UK equivalent to craigslist, take a look on there for an idea of the kind of apartments available and the price, also Nestoria.co.uk is a useful site when searching for apartments.

Both Brighton and Dublin are major stops on band tours; both have big music scenes. Brighton is a big LGBT city, politics there are generally liberal and/or green.

Edited by wreckofthehope
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Hi I currently study at Sussex and live in Brighton. Im not sure about studio prices,as I house share, it just depends on why you want to live as centre Brighton is more pricey then outer areas. if you live somewhere such as Moulsecoomb or Falmer it may be easier to find a cheaper flat and possible save you a slightly longer commute. I personally prefer living more in the centre of the city and if you look around you can find good deals on housing.

As for the city itself it is a stop on most tours ( also you can be in London in around 45 minutes). Loads of different types of pubs/clubs/ bars, lovely beach, lots of different types of restaurants ( usual chain ones, one off ones, vegan/veg) and many markets and a variety of shops.

Hope this helps!

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