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Discover EP Canary Wharf

London is a truly international city, big, bustling, and exciting.

London has so many attractions and interesting places to see that you may not have time to see everything the city has to offer. The English Path Social Programme has taken the most famous places and unique experiences so that you get to experience London like a local.

Did you know? London has a population of 9 m and is spread over 1,583 square kilometres (611 sq. mi). It has a large number of museums’ and galleries, most of which are free, including The British Museum, National Gallery, Natural History Museum and Tate Modern.
London’s most famous attractions

  • The London Eye
  • The Tower of London
  • The View from The Shard
  • London Dungeon
  • Tate Modern (free)
  • British Museum (free)
  • National Gallery (free)
  • Natural History Museum (free)
  • Victoria and Albert Museum (free)
  • Science Museum (free)
  • Somerset House (free)
  • Royal Museums Greenwich (free)
  • Royal Academy of Arts (free)

London is "one of the World's Greenest Cities" with more than 40 per cent green space or open water. Perhaps one of the most interesting and popular things to do in London is to experience one of the eight Royal parks. Summer is a great place to relax in the park or have a picnic. There are also cultural events like opera and concerts.

At EP London and EP Canary Wharf, we offer 5 suggested and 5 guided activities during the week. Most of the activities are free, and for paid activities, the price will be approximately £5 to £35. For weekend tour, the Student Services Team can book you our tour with our partner using a special EP promotional code. Tour prices will be approximately £69-£103.

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Discover EP London

London is a truly international city, big, bustling, and exciting.

London has so many attractions and interesting places to see that you may not have time to see everything the city has to offer. The English Path Social Programme has taken the most famous places and unique experiences so that you get to experience London like a local.

Did you know? London has a population of 9 m and is spread over 1,583 square kilometres (611 sq. mi). It has a large number of museums’ and galleries, most of which are free, including The British Museum, National Gallery, Natural History Museum and Tate Modern.
London’s most famous attractions

  • The London Eye
  • The Tower of London
  • The View from The Shard
  • London Dungeon
  • Tate Modern (free)
  • British Museum (free)
  • National Gallery (free)
  • Natural History Museum (free)
  • Victoria and Albert Museum (free)
  • Science Museum (free)
  • Somerset House (free)
  • Royal Museums Greenwich (free)
  • Royal Academy of Arts (free)

London is "one of the World's Greenest Cities" with more than 40 per cent green space or open water. Perhaps one of the most interesting and popular things to do in London is to experience one of the eight Royal parks. Summer is a great place to relax in the park or have
a picnic. There are also cultural events like opera and concerts.

At EP London and EP Canary Wharf, we offer 5 suggested and 5 guided activities during the week. Most of the activities are free, and for paid activities, the price will be approximately £5 to £35. For weekend tour, the Student Services Team can book you our tour with our partner using a special EP promotional code. Tour prices will be approximately £69-£103.

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Discover EP Manchester

Manchester has reinvented itself from a former industrial city to a city of arts and culture. It is now the second most visited city in the UK and has a range of interesting and exciting cultural activities. It is also home to two of Britain’s most successful football teams, Manchester United and Manchester City.

Did you know? Manchester was named “Cotonopolis” in the past as it was at the centre of cotton production in the 19th century. Most of the old cotton mills have been converted into apartments and entertainment complexes.
Manchester’s most famous attractions:

  • Manchester Art Gallery (Free)
  • Museum of Science & Industry (Free)
  • Manchester United Museum
  • The Northern Quarter
  • Mackie Mayor Food Hall
  • Deansgate Locks
  • First Street bars & restaurants
  • Coronation Street set
  • Whitworth Art Gallery (Free)
  • People’s History Museum
  • Lowry
  • National Football Museum (Free)

Heaton Park is Manchester’s most famous park and is situated on the edge of Manchester. In the park you will discover a Tram Museum, bowling greens, golf course and a boating lake! We have put together an exciting and action-packed Social Programme so that you can enjoy Manchester and its many attractions.

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Discover EP Birmingham

Birmingham is the UK’s second city and will host the commonwealth games in 2022. Birmingham is home to picturesque canals, museums, and a thriving nightlife. The Bullring is the premier city centre location for shopping, eating, and drinking. The Jewellery quarter and the Cadbury manufacturing plant (chocolate lovers’ delight!) reflect Birmingham’s industrial past.

Did you know? Birmingham has more canals than Venice! Birmingham’s canals stretch for 35 miles and make for a very interesting tour. A canal cruise offers views of restored industrial mills, workshops and warehouses and you can admire some stunning modern architecture, like the Cube.
Birmingham’s most famous attractions:

  • Library of Birmingham
  • Cadbury World (chocolate lovers!)
  • The Cube
  • Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery (Free)
  • Birmingham Canal
  • Brindley Place
  • Birmingham Hippodrome
  • The Bull Ring
  • The Jewellery Quarter Museum
  • The Balti triangle
  • Barber Institute of Fine Arts (Free)
  • Cannon Hill Park

Birmingham has over 600 parks covering 8,00 acres, Sutton Park and Cannon Hill Park are the most famous parks to visit. English Path has organised a Social Programme that will include all of Birmingham’s most popular attractions so that you can relax and enjoy the city.

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Discover EP Leeds

Leeds is the unofficial capital of Yorkshire, a vibrant city famous for luxury shopping and Victorian shopping arcades. It is also a gateway to smaller historical cities like Harrogate and York and the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. Leeds has an energetic nightlife and hosts numerous festivals and carnivals, such as the West Indian Carnival and the Leeds International Beer festival.

Did you know? Leeds was famous for producing and storing armour and weapons. The armour and weapons from the Tower of London were stored in the city. The Royal Armouries Museum opened in 1996, displaying armour exhibits and collections.
Leeds Most famous attractions:

  • Royal Armouries (Free)
  • Leeds Industrial Museum (Free)
  • Victoria Quarter
  • Leeds Art Gallery (Free)
  • Henry Moore Institute (Free)
  • Roundhay Park
  • Kirkstall Abbey (Free)
  • Yorkshire Dales
  • York
  • Haworth
  • Trinity Leeds
  • Canal Cruise
  • Roundhay Park

Roundhay Park is Leeds’ premier park spanning 700 acres of rolling parkland, lakes, woodland, specialist gardens and a mansion house. The Park contains sports facilities like tennis and cricket and hosts several festivals such as the Leeds Food festival.

English Path has put together an amazing Social Programme so that you can enjoy Leeds and have fun in this unique and interesting city.

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Discover EP Malta

Malta may be among the Top 10 smallest countries in the world, but that doesn’t mean it isn't full of surprises! History, culture, festivals, delicious food, coastlines and beaches, and 300 days of sunshine a year make this little island a true paradise.

A flight ticket to Malta means sun, beaches, and fun. It means you get the chance to travel around a whole country in one go. And it means island hopping at its best between the three islands that make up the Republic of Malta.

The island offers a multitude of museums, beaches, water sports, hiking spots, bars, cultural and historical sites, and a whole lot of tradition.
With a population of just under half a million but over 1 million tourists a year, the island never becomes boring.

Did you know? Malta has three UNESCO world heritage sites and some temples are older than the pyramids! No wonder Hollywood loves filming here: many locations in Malta have been used as backdrops for historical blockbusters.

Malta’s most famous attractions

  • Valletta
  • Mdina
  • Marsaxlokk
  • The Three Cities
  • Dingli Cliffs
  • Gozo
  • Blue Grotto
  • Golden Bay
  • Comino’s Blue Lagoon
  • St John’s Co-Cathedral
  • Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum
  • Tarxien Temples
  • Ħaġar Qim Temples
  • Maltese Festas

The English Path Malta Social Programme is designed to help you make the best of your time on this sunny island! With a wide range of activities, we want you to make memories that will last a lifetime. Most activities are for free, and for paid activities, the price will usually be between 5 € and 35 €. During the summer, we even offer half-day or full-day excursions to Gozo and Comino!

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Discover EP Dubai

Dubai is a city of superlatives, the worlds tallest building, the worlds biggest shopping mall and one of the largest indoor aquariums. Dubai is a city where anything is possible. In just fifty years Dubai has gone from fishing village to modern metropolis with a futuristic skyline. There are so many fantastic things to do and places in Dubai – from stunning beaches to super rooftop bars, massive world-class nightclubs to desert escapes.

Did you know? Roughly 85% of Dubai’s population is foreign born and English is the most widely spoken language. That means Plenty of opportunities to practice your English!
Dubai’s Most famous attractions:

  • Burj Al Arab
  • Dubai Museum
  • Burj Khalifa
  • IMG Worlds of adventure
  • Gold Souq
  • Dubai Mall
  • Al Fahidi Distict
  • Dubai Creek
  • Desert Escapes
  • Etihad Museum
  • White Dubai (Entertainment complexes)
  • Bottomless Brunch
  • Aquaventure Waterpark
  • Grand Mosque (Free)

The English Path Dubai Social Programme will have a wide range of free and activities that won’t break your budget. If you want to try something a bit more adventurous like a helicopter ride or skydiving, we can help to arrange that too!

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Discover Online

We are happy to announce that the EP Online Social Programme will run every Tuesday. On Tuesdays, we will have our free English Plus Class. The class begins at 12. 45pm and will last around 45 minutes to one hour. They will take place on Zoom with an experienced and qualified English teacher or a member of the Academic team. 

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