When travelling through Europe you are faced with many different options for new cultural experiences, sporting activities and relaxing breaks. Why not make one of these new experiences an English course in Malta and take home with you not only great photographs of your trip and memories of new friends but a new skill that’s both fun and useful.
Malta is often overlooked by travellers in Europe but its location in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea means the island group has a similar climate to its Italian neighbours to the north. It also has the added advantage of being a bilingual country where English is widely spoken alongside Maltese. The opportunities to practise your English language skills outside of the classroom are plentiful, whether at one of the many local village markets, delicious seafood restaurants or lively nightspots on the island and a high quality of teaching is also assured at Maltalingua School of English where all teachers carry a recognised certification to teach English as a foreign language.
To complement an English course, Malta’s many beaches, activities and cultural and historical sites ensure that you will never be bored outside of the classroom. Whether you’re happiest relaxing on a quiet beach or secluded bay or you’d rather leave the sun-worshippers behind and enjoy some high-adrenaline water sports, Malta has it all.
If you’re exhausted after an afternoon in the sun – or perhaps a late night dancing in one of Malta’s several bars or clubs – then your next afternoon off can be spent casually wandering through the narrow streets of one of the many historical towns and villages Malta boasts. To explore the island’s pre-history, take a trip to one of the ancient archaeological sites and discover ruins over 4,000 years old.
With the perfect mix of culture, climate beaches and sports, Malta really is worth a visit for anyone travelling through Europe. As an English-speaking island group it also presents an ideal opportunity to combine your experience with a new skill and several new friends!
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