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English Courses in Malta

St Julian's is now an extension of Sliema although it started life as a small fishing port based on Spinola and Balluta Bays. Like Sliema, it is now a major residential and tourist centre, and home to some of Malta's newest hotels. St Julian's merges with Paceville, Malta's main nightlife centre where there are clubs, casinos and numerous restaurants, cafes and bars.

Winters are mild with occasional short periods caused by cold winds from the north and northwest from central Europe. Summers are hot, dry and very sunny. Daytime temperatures in summer are often mitigated by cooling sea breezes, but in spring and autumn a very hot wind from Africa means that, exceptionally, the temperatures are high and the humidity is high.

1 January, 10 de February, 19 March, 31 March, 06 April, 01 May, 13 May, 07 June (National Holiday Malta) 17 June, 29 June, 15 August, 08 September, 21 September, 08 December, 13 December, 25 December.

5 things to do
Museum of Archaeology in Valletta
Visit countless Megalithic Temples
Fort St Angelo and Fort Rinella
Representations In Guardia Historical and Alarme

5 things to do
Rent a jet ski
Small and quiet beaches, visit those in the tip of Malta (Paradise Bay and Armier), you can see Gozo from them.
See some play at the Manoel Theatre
Eating fish at any coastal town.

Other Useful Information

Not being very large, displacement by the Maltese islands are relatively easy.

Public bus service in Malta and Gozo is a good way to get around, because buses cover the major tourist areas, go practically everywhere and are cheap and efficient. The price of a ticket goes from 0.35 € to 0.58 € and the longest route takes about fifty minutes, the average journey is between twenty and thirty minutes.

White taxi service has the privilege of picking up passengers at any point, except at bus stops. Taxi services from the Malta International Airport to all localities in Malta are based on fixed rates.

There is a regular ferry service links Malta to Gozo, the trip from one island to another takes about twenty minutes. There are also regular boat services between the islands and Comino.

English Schools in St Julians

- Sprachcaffe Malta

English Courses in St Julians

As follows you'll find all available course types we offer in St Julians, Malta:

General English courses allow you to improve your English giving you a practical understanding of the language and how to use it. You will improve your level and your ability in English quickly and your fluency and real understanding of English in everyday situations by using real English and taking a full and active part in lessons.

-20 lessons per week (15 hours per week)
-Beginner to Advanced levels
-Start: Monday

Available at ... Sprachcaffe Malta.
*Intensive English Course is also given in the afternoon.

Available at ... Sprachcaffe Malta.
This is a course which is 100% focused on your English language needs and designed by your teachers to meet your requirements.Individual focus wich means personalised attention to you having more uninturrepted teacher attention. You can combine One-to-One lessons with a group course.

-Lessons per week: 20, 30 or 40 must be combined with another course
-Level Beginner to Advanced
-1 lesson = 45 minutes

Available at ... Sprachcaffe Malta.

Available at ... Sprachcaffe Malta.

Available at ... Sprachcaffe Malta.



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