On Sunday you'll arrive at Heathrow airport before making your way to the hotel. Check in and make yourself comfortable.
Your course starts in the morning. You'll polish up your English skills in a small group. And they'll be needed! After a small and relaxed icebreaker session and champagne reception we'll set off on a discovery tour.
To make it easier for you to find your way around, we'll be happy to show you the city in the afternoon and give you our insider tips on what to discover and try out. First we'll join you on a boat tour to Greenwich, where we'll visit the Royal Observatory there and finally round the evening off with a guided walking tour through downtown London.
Tower Bridge is the most famous bridge in England and offers spectacular views across London. However, in order to find out more about the inner workings of the building, we'll visit the Victorian era machine rooms as part of the Tower Bridge Exhibition.
When on the trail of English traditions, the National Gallery is a must. In one of the most famous art collections in the world, we'll share treasures from the 13th to the 19th centuries with you.
On Thursday we'll follow William Shakespeare's footsteps on a visit to the Globe Theater. On the exhibition tour, the world of Shakespeare's colorful stories comes to life.
One of the main highlights awaits you on the weekend. The oldest parts of English history are visible at Stonehenge. And the same day we'll visit the beautiful small city of Bath, famous for its Roman baths.
It's Sunday and after so many different impressions, you've earned a day off. Stroll through central London, go for a spin on the London Eye or go shopping in the city. When else will you get time to do whatever you want in swinging London?!
Your English lessons will finish just before tea time. We'll go to Fortnum & Mason, one of England's oldest and most famous tea houses.
In England every child knows about his adventures and he's popular among the Sprachcaffe staff too: Sherlock Holmes. You'll be hot on his heels when we visit his apartment on Baker Street.
London was once not only the center of England, but also the capital of an empire. It is not surprising that treasures and relics from around the world have been collected in the British Museum. With fascinating exhibits, from Egyptian mummies to Moai from Easter Island, you'll be truly amazed - guaranteed.
Not far from our school is the green oasis of Hyde Park. We'll take a stroll through the park and on to Harrods, London's most famous department store and one of the most illustrious, largest and most exclusive in the world.
On Friday evening your English comprehension will be put to the test - we're going to end the trip with class and discover the musical world of the '40s. Tonight's musical is "Five Guys Named Moe".
Time to pack your suitcase. If you wish, we'll be happy to bring you to the airport on time.