If you decide to learn English in Great Britain, you will be benefiting from a rich heritage of a land that can look back on its history as a former ruling power and serial colonizer. Today, plenty of influences from this illustrious past are easily noticeable and present in the form of a culturally diverse society with many customs and benefits.
All drawn from the vast resources and particularities that each colony of the former British Empire has contributed to the present day England. These multicultural influences mix with typical British traditions such as the Royal Family or the 5 o'clock tea.
You can learn English in many exciting destinations in Great Britain: in London, there are plenty of world class museums to visit as well as countless boutiques on and around Oxford Street. If, on the other hand, you would like to get a more authentic feel of traditional England, the Cambridge and Oxford University cities (responsible for the educational formation of numerous Nobel Prize winners and further geniuses), are a great choice. Southern coastal towns, Portsmouth and Bournemouth, are also great places to learn English and get away from the big city haze.
Those who are keen on nature and good Whiskey can choose to study English in Edinburgh, Scotland. No matter your choice of cities for your language course, a visit to the local pub is obligatory in order to enjoy a typical English meal – fish and chips accompanied by a refreshing Lager beer.