London is the most sought-after place for travellers to learn English because there’s so much to see and do. It also boasts great transport links with many places in the south of England, so you can opt to live in a smaller city with a slower pace and still enjoy all the fun of the UK’s capital. Here are three top places to learn English in England.
Famous in the sixties for its iconic shops, Carnaby Street is still a must for fashion lovers today.
A cool place for theatre enthusiasts, this relatively new club has hosted independent artists, comedians and writers since its opening and is rarely less than packed.
Opened in 1959, this legendary nightspot was the first place to host American jazz musicians in the UK. It’s seen some big names over the years and still hosts a variety of top-notch artists.
Baker Street, London
No visit to London would be complete without a trip to this iconic attraction. See waxworks of famous celebrities throughout the centuries.
One of London’s lovely open spaces, Regent’s Park boasts a boating lake, three tennis courts and an outside theatre for visitors to enjoy.
Royal Academy of Music
A must for music-lovers, the Royal Academy of Music holds a collection of musical instruments from around the world, as well as important manuscripts from famous classical composers.
This beautiful medieval church is one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in the UK. Regular guided tours are available.
One of the most attractive areas of the city, Exeter’s Quayside has a fascinating history, beautiful architecture and many lively bars and restaurants.
Royal Albert Memorial Museum
Discover the history of Exeter in this stunning and varied museum.
If you’re interesting in learning English in the UK, visit the Skola website for more details of these three top locations. You can also find out more about English courses for adults in the UK and register your interest online.