Many thanks to LinguaTrip for three wonderful weeks in London!
I also applied for help in obtaining a visa, the manager responded promptly and informatively, as did the manager for the language course itself.
Delfin School i really liked, I would definitely returned to it again! The location is very convenient, near the metro and in the city center, after classes you can walk to many city attractions on foot. The staff of the school is sympathetic - when I realized that the group that I was identified in the test was weak for me, I asked to be transferred to a higher level. The training manager after the conversation with me made sure that this is really so, and the remaining two weeks of the three I spent in a group where I had to be.
The school especially supervised by minors - when I overslept the beginning of the classes, my parents wrote about my absence by e-mail and called. To go on a tour with the school, you need permission from the parents. I think that with such a service, the excitement of fathers and mothers sending their children abroad alone can be reduced :)
The "social program" at the school is good, it repeats every 2-3 weeks. There are excursions to museums, in Greenwich, but then how lucky it is with the teacher - there is a very cool one that tells a million interesting things, and the rest of the teachers are simply brought to the place. Some activities are connected with pubs, so that minors can not participate in them.
The classes were at their best - I really liked how the new vocabulary is being developed: we learned and repeat in a week. There were a lot of games, chatter with the teacher, we watched the show as well!
Accommodation - I was in a host family in 4 zone. I was lucky that the house was just 2 minutes from the station Overground (ground metro), so the path to the school took somewhere 35-40 minutes. The family is benevolent, meals were tasty, we watched TV in the evenings and discussed different things.
About London itself - thanks to the location of the school, I could go to a museum right after school (the majority closes at 5pm) or have a bite in many cafes / go to the supermarket two minutes from the school. If I'm asked what I liked best about London, then I will answer - parks! Large and small, with ponds and without, but all very beautiful. Every visitor, except visiting famous sights (for which you can buy tickets at a discount at the school), I would like to advise simply to take a walk around the city, depart from hiking trails and look into museums, shops and public gardens not known to a wide audience.
In conclusion, I want to say that thanks to LinguaTrip this summer I spent three wonderful weeks in London, saturated both from an educational and cultural point of view. Thank you!