Forever associated with the Norman invasion of 1066 (even though the decisive events took place 6 miles away), Hastings prospered as one of the Cinque Ports and, in its Victorian heyday, was one of Britain’s most fashionable resorts. After a period of steady postwar decline, the town is enjoying a mini-renaissance, and these days is an intriguing mix of family seaside resort, working fishing port and arty hang-out.
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