Britishers owe the name of their kingdom to the French, who added the word "grande" (meaning "great") to distinguish the Anglo-Saxon island from their native Brittany. Regardless of its origin, the "great" is fitting. Throughout England, Scotland, and Wales, a dizzying array of options make the British Isles perfect for a fully customized etr learning adventure.
In England, we can, to mention just a few options, sample unparalleled London culture, head north for a literary-inspired tour of the Lake District, or discover traces of Roman civilization at Bath. The unspoiled Welsh countryside offers endless opportunities for nature exploration, while the often stormy Scottish isles bring inspiration for budding artists and poets. In Edinburgh, political and cultural capital of Scotland, first-rate museums open a window onto the past. "Great" Britain, indeed - at least the French and English can agree on that!