Circus Square is a lively square in the heart of London. It is known for its nineteenth-century fountain and neon signs that turned the square into a miniature version of Times Square. Piccadilly Circus is located at the crossroads of five major roads: Regent Street, Shaftesbury Avenue, Piccadilly Street, Covent Street and Haymarket. This site was created by John Nash, as part of King George IV’s future plan to connect Carlton’s House with Regents Park. Continue reading
The Rock of Gibraltar is a geology miracle located on the British territory of Gibraltar, on the Iberian Peninsula. This magnificent monolith is owned by the United Kingdom, located on the southwestern tip of Europe. It also serves as part of the border with Spain. Most of the upper cliffs form a reserve, which, along with the flora, fauna and geology of the region, is a popular tourist attraction. The place became known as one of the Pillars of Hercules and the Romans called it Mons Calpe. Continue reading
Great Britain (London, Oxford, Lowestoft, Edinburgh), Ireland (Dublin), Malta (St. Julian’s) – this is not a complete list of countries where children and adolescents are sent as part of summer educational programs. Some schools are located in cities, others-on the beach or river, or in natural parks.
The programs combine business with pleasure: excellent rest, sports and language training of the intensity that parents order (at least three hours a day). It is clear that the school language classes do not end with the lessons. Excursions, sports, communication at discos and so on – all this makes it possible and even forces to practice the language. Continue reading