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-Excursions and Visits- London and Beyond!


As everyone knows, London is renowned for its tourist attractions and is one of the most exciting cities in the world!

From experience, our visitors usually plan in advance what their sightseeing schedule will include. Here, we have listed a few typical recommendations to remind you of what this great city offers……


Historical/ Heritage Sites:

Tower of London, Buckingham Palace and the changing of the guard, Downing Street and Whitehall, St. Pauls’ Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and the House of Commons, River trip on the Thames, The Monument, Trafalgar Square and Nelsons’ Column.


Commercial hotspots:

Harrods, Selfridges, The Millenium Wheel, Camden Market, Covent Garden Piazza, Oxford and Canarby Street, Regent Street, Oxford Circus and Leicester Square, Madame Tussauds, The Planetarium, Trocadero, Charles Dickens House and Sherlock Holmes residence (Baker street).


Museums, Galleries and Theatres:

British Museum, Imperial War Museum, The Globe (William Shakespeare) Theatre, London Transport Museum,  National Gallery, Natural History Museum, The Museum of London, The Observatory and Maritime museum at Greenwich, Tate Modern Gallery, The Queens Gallery (Art), Victoria and Albert Museum, The Science Museum.






West End shows are a perfect way to end an intensive week of English lessons AND put to test what the students have learnt! Being in the heart of ‘Theatre Land’ is in itself an inspiring experience that is never forgotten.

London is notorious for its global stage presence, many ‘Hit’ musicals are favoured by our students including classics such as The Lion King, Les Miserables and Mousetrap, suitable for varying levels of English command.


Excursions out of town (Please see our Sample programmes):


Sightseeing is not just limited to London. Fantastic excursions are easily arranged to the surrounding areas…

Windsor Castle, Stratford-Upon-Avon and Shakespeares' home, Bath (and the Roman Baths), Canterbury and its Cathedral, Brighton, Beachey Head and Hever Castle, Stonehenge, Oxford/Cambridge and their colleges, Hampton Court Palace and its boggling maze to name but a few.




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