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A Look around Greenwich, London

Greenwich, hip and trendy area in the South East of London, has a wealth of interesting things to do. The town became the site of a royal palace back in the 13th century and is actually the place of birth of Henry VIII and his daughter, Elizabeth I. Although Greenwich is most well-known for its…

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Things to Do While Learning English in Dublin

So here you are in Dublin, capital of Ireland, where Irish heritage and culture is rich and easy to come by. It is worth mentioning that Dublin is one of the best places to learn English while you soak up all that history and warmth the Irish people have to offer. If your travel card…

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We will plan a theatre trip for you

We will plan a theatre trip for you

‘I enjoyed seeing the musical “Wind in the willows” the most and had a great time during all the activities with my teacher and her family.’ – Leon, 12 years old from Germany. If you love a musical or two, you will want to make sure you are seeing the best of the best in London’s West-End….

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Travel to the world of Harry Potter

Travel to the world of Harry Potter

‘I really loved our Harry Potter tour’ – Teresa aged 12 from Italy. Whether you’re a muggle or a wizard, a Bucksmore Homelingua excursion to the Harry Potter London experiences will make you feel magical in no time. Our dedicated Homelingua team, similar to the sorting hat, will find the right accommodation for you specific to…

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Museums Galore

Museums Galore

London is a cultural hub of museums where you are bound to find an exhibition to suit your interests. The Bucksmore Homelingua English immersion course in London will give you the opportunity to visit the diverse range of museums that the UK’s capital has to offer. You can leave your wallet at home as most…

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Edinburgh

Edinburgh

Edinburgh is one the most interesting cities in the United Kingdom famous also because it inspired some popular fictitious characters like Sherlock Holmes, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Harry Potter. This city has been the capital of Scotland since 1437 and is full of tourist attractions that are World Heritage Sites. Edinburgh is also…

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A tour in Portobello Road

A tour in Portobello Road

If you really like markets and you are a fan of Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant you cannot miss a tour of Portobello Road! This is one of the most famous markets in London and it is a must visit when you go to Notting Hill. Although in the past it was considered to be…

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BREATH-TAKING BATH!

BREATH-TAKING BATH!

After visiting Stonehenge, another place that we loved was Bath, a world heritage site. A wonderful town just three hours from London, Bath can offer a lot of places to visit for tourists. We spent just half a day there, but it was enough to fall in love with it! As our guide suggested, we…

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A JUMP BACK IN TIME: STONEHENGE!

A JUMP BACK IN TIME: STONEHENGE!

If you are studying in London and you want to spend a day out-of-town, Stonehenge is the best choice for you. It is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world made up of prehistoric standing stones. The megaliths are in a circle and they refer to specific spots of solstice and equinox;…

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The top museums in the UK to visit on a course

The top museums in the UK to visit on a course

A Bucksmore Homelingua course is much more than studying. You get to become a part of family, experience local culture and explore the UK and Ireland. One of the most popular student excursion activities is to visit one of the many world-famous museums in the United Kingdom. Here are a few of our favourites! Don’t…

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