18th November 2013

Maybe not an obvious choice to delve into British Histroy – Adaptable Travel’s latest school history trip to Malta provides an excellent opportunity to support history learning.

Why is Malta So Good to Study History?
Once know as the ‘Nurse of the Mediterranean’ due to its role in WWII and a former British Colony, Malta has some fascinating visits for history student groups.  Adaptable Travel has teamed up with expert English speaking local guides to create a fantastic package of visits and tours across Malta that will showcase British history, colonialism and Roman history in a hands-on and intriguing manner.

What Can You See on a Malta School Trip?
As an important strategic meeting point of continents, Malta has endured a chequred history, much of which was under the rule of Britain.  As a result the visits on offer are unique and insightful, including the National War Museum, the Saluting Battery, the Cittadella, in addition to classical history visits including Ggantija Temple and the Domus Romana.  In addition, some of Malta’s other excursions include a Glass Factory and boat trips.

What Else Can We Offer for History students?
Adaptable Travel organise school trips for history groups across the globe each year, to some fascinating destinations including WWI Battlefields of Ypres & Somme, Moscow and St Petersberg, London, Belfast, Berlin, Krakow and Auschwitz and more.  Take a look at our full range of school history trips by clicking here.

Contact Adaptable Travel today to start organising your next school history trip.

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