Learn EnglishIn Malta
A jewel in the centre of the Mediterranean sea. InTuition has some really great homestay English tutors, so you can be immersed in English and the sun!
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As the smallest of the three English-speaking countries in Europe (after the UK and Ireland), it’s perhaps not as well known as it should be as a study travel destination – which considering its stunning beauty, relaxed quality of life and low prices is surprising!
Things to see and do in Malta
Malta is a tourist destination so it has everything you’d expect to enable you to relax and enjoy study.
Small but beautiful beaches, a variety of restaurants, cinemas, five star hotels and bus trips to most parts of Malta including the sandy beaches to the north and Valletta.
They have outdoor theatre, our teachers know great places for picnics and this is the ideal place if you like water sports.
Read more at https://www.visitmalta.com/
With superbly sunny weather, attractive beaches, a thriving nightlife and 7,000 years of intriguing history, there is a great deal to see and in Malta – which is probably why it’s one of the premier tourist destinations in Mediterranean Europe. With megaliths, medieval dungeons and Calypso’s Cave, the Maltese Islands are positively mythic.
The narrow meandering streets of the towns and villages lead to main squares, which are invariably dominated by a huge baroque church. As the countryside is dotted with medieval towers, wayside chapels and the oldest known human structures in the world, the Islands have rightly been described as an open-air museum.
With excellent seafood, the local cuisine blends Mediterranean, Arabic and local inputs to create a unique (and tasty!) dining experience. February is Carnival week. With floats, costumes and parties that go on into the night, it’s really the time to let your hair down and enjoy traditional and modern Maltese culture. April finishes with a bang in Malta as it’s when the Fireworks Festival takes place, and it is truly magical!
Be serenaded by world-renowned Jazz musicians at the Malta Jazz Festival in July, in a truly magical setting under the night sky. The Malta Arts Festival happens every September, and is the perfect time to visit for lovers of dance, opera, orchestral works and art, all to be enjoyed in huge venues all around the island. Notte Bianca in October is an evening to celebrate local entertainment, with street performers on every corner and state museums and cafés staying open until late at night. Interested?
Check out https://www.visitmalta.com/ for more information!
Getting there and away
Malta International Airport has direct flights to cities all over Europe, and the island is connected by ferry to Italy.