Activities in Malta - What to do while in Malta learning English.
AClass not only offers English language courses but also a wide range of leisure and recreational activities to complement your stay here in Malta.The activities menu on the right aims to give you some information on just a small selection of tours and activities we offer.
These can be booked before you arrive in Malta to learn English or once you arrive. Contact us for more information on what to do and see while studying English with AClass Academy of English.
Malta has a rich history so these are lots of different options for art lovers to party animals and everything in-between. There are plenty of historical sites to visit as well as activities such as scubadiving, climbing and sailing for the more active English language students. For those of you who want a more relaxed language holiday, don't worry, you can laze on a beach, walk around the village squares or enjoy a beautiful country-side walk instead.
Should you require any additional information regarding our leisure programme or need a tailor-made package just ask. We are more than happy to created a program just for you or your English group.
To get the latest on activities music festivals and cultural events happening around the island just go to VISIT MALTA where you will find all the latest information.Alternatively go to Malta.com for things to do while taking an English course in Malta with AClass.
- The Isle of MTV is Europe's largest free concert. In 2012 the line up on the 26th of June included Nelly Furtado and Will.i.am and Flo Rida. The MTV concert line - up for summer 2013 has not been confirmed as yet.
- The Hypogeum is a UNESCO World Heratige Site. It is the worlds only underground pre-historic temple and only 80 vistors are allowed per day. Book you tickets before coming to Malta to learn English by visiting the Malta Heritage Site. This is something you must see while in Malta.
- The Manoel theatre in Valletta is worth visiting as it is one of the oldest working theatres in the world. Concerts, operas, dances, dramas and recitals are staged in this beautiful and unique theatre. A great night out while studying English in Malta.
- If you are interested in how the Maltese used to live Casa Rocca Piccola, also in Valletta, offers a fascinating insight into life during the times of the knights and beyond.The tour also includes a fascinating look at the bomb shelters built by the De Piro family just prior to the second World War. Guided tours are available on the hour from 10 am to 4 pm.
Visit the new Air-Malta website and have a look at their videos for ideas of what to do around the island. You might even want to submit a video of your language holiday in Malta.