Our adventures in the UK

Our journey started on the 10th of March, when we crossed the English border via the Eurotunnel and arrived in Brighton. We then made our way into the SEA LIFE Oceanarium, where we saw many interesting species of sea life and had the opportunity to touch some starfish. Our next stop was the Royal Pavilion, which was a famous place of residence of George Prince of Wales. It was a shining example of 19th century architecture, influenced by buildings of the Victorian era. The day ended with arriving at our host families where we would stay for the next two nights.

On our second day we visited the Natural History Museum inside of which we were able to learn more about the fascinating secrets of our planet. Following that, we toured the wonderful city of London. During the aforementioned tour, we saw St. Pauls Cathedral and other breath-taking landmarks in the capital.

During the next two days, we explored other places of great historical and architectural significance, such as the famous Stonehenge and the city of Bath, among other things. Each of those locations gave us a new insight into the national heritage of Great Britain. We travelled to the westmost point of the British mainland, commonly known as Lands End, where we gazed upon the  awe-inspiring sights of the cliffs of England.

It was an unforgettable experience. We are looking forward to our next school trips.