A school trip is always a rewarding experience for students. Discoveries, new encounters, the practice of a foreign language, school trips are perfect opportunities for this! This article explains everything about organizing a school trip to Malta, a destination that offers a wide variety of activities.
A perfect place for a language study trip in English for your students!
Benefits for your students
The island of Malta is a natural strategic choice for your students as it represents excellent benefits for them.
First, by the group trip and the discovery of a new place. During this trip, your students will have the opportunity to develop personal abilities such as responsibility, autonomy, respect, order, and understanding. Finding new places from a young age is a perfect way to establish a great openness and knowledge of the world.
In addition, Malta is a place where English is the predominant language, a great asset for this trip, which will have an equally linguistic purpose. Listening to a foreign language in a country and being able to practice it outside language classes is a real chance to improve your level. This will allow students to immerse themselves in this language fully.
The ideal activities to do in Malta for your students during a school trip
Malta is a perfect destination for a change of scenery. It is a lovely place for its turquoise beaches, sunny weather, and remarkable history and culture. Visit the official tourism website of Malta for more information.
The choice of activities you can do on-site depends on the duration and purpose of your stay:
For a short and cultural school trip, you can focus on the activities offered at Valletta, the capital of Malta.
The places to visit in Valletta are:
- The co-cathedral of Saint John, with a remarkable architectural wealth inside and outside.
- The Palace of the Great Masters, which houses a collection of more than 5,000 pieces from medieval times.
- The Manoel Theatre, one of the oldest theatres in Europe.
- The Barrack Gardens, an ideal place for souvenir photos.
- The National Museum of Fine Arts, in which you will find a vast collection of objects, paintings, and sculptures.
- Fort Saint Elme, also home to the National War Museum.
Finally, you can stroll through Republic Street and Merchant Street, two streets where many shops and restaurants are concentrated.
Moreover, for more extended stays or to discover other places, you can easily visit the Three Cities, Vittoriosa, Senglea, and Cospicua, by boat.
You can also choose to visit:
- Mdina, the former capital of Malta, is made up of numerous buildings and historical monuments.
- Rabat, the nearby town of Mdina, where you can visit the church and the cave of St.Paul and the catacombs.
- Sliema and St Julian, on the other hand, are the two main tourist towns of Malta, where there are many hotels, restaurants, and shops.
Our tips for planning a school trip to Malta
To get to know Valletta better, we recommend that you take the whole tour on foot. The streets, guides, and atmosphere are perfect for this!
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