Our Easter Croatian language trip will take place from 27th March-2nd April in Zagreb.
The course costs €369 (approx. US$430.90) (approx. kn 2,662.00), which includes 20 hours of lessons and various tourist activities.
Classes will take place right in the city center (Google Maps). Students organise their own accommodation, although we're happy to make suggestions.
Course content is designed to be relevant to your holiday, so you'll learn how to order in a restaurant, ask for directions, or book a hotel. You can try out the phrases you learn in the morning around town in the afternoon!
Lessons are conducted primarily in Croatian, although our teachers are fluent in both English and German. This approach has proven to help students quickly get used to hearing and understanding basic Croatian.
We teach small groups with no more than 10 students to enable positive interaction and communication. Our teachers strive to keep the learning experience enjoyable and informal despite the intense nature of the course.
We aim to accommodate all language levels, with guaranteed courses for beginners (A1) and intermediate speakers (A2/B1). Where possible we also group advanced speakers (B2/C1/C2), depending on demand.
Lidija has been teaching online for Školica since January 2017 and is responsible for the day-to-day management. She has a MA in Croatian language and literature and Librarianship and has earned her PhD at the University of Zagreb in October 2018. She is experienced in teaching Croatian as a second and foreign language.
Maja has been teaching online for Školica since 2018. She has a MA in Philosophy and Croatian Language and Literature from the University of Zagreb. She speaks English and German.
Our Zagreb advent language holiday lasts a week and is organised as follows:
Course kick-off in the language school, followed by a walking tour of Zagreb.
Monday to Friday
Language lessons from 9:00 to 13:15 (with a 15-minute break).
Our teachers will be available from 16:00 on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday for additional help with your homework for the next day.
A guided tour of a museum.
Course completion certificates, farewell drinks and cake.
The price of taking part covers all of the costs of a week-long course in Croatia, including the following:
20 hours of lessons including all learning materials, a course completion certificate and optional "homework help" sessions each afternoon
Various activities including a welcome drink, a walking tour through the old town of Zagreb and a visit to one of Zagreb's many museums.
€369 (approx. US$430.90) (approx. kn 2,662.00) per person for course/activities
Course costs are payable in advance in full. You will receive confirmation of your place in the course once these costs have been paid.
The following refunds are available in the case of cancellation:
To register for an upcoming course, or to find out more about the language holiday, fill out the form below and we'll do our best to get back to you within 2 working days.
You can also call us directly on +49 (89) 125-018-520, we'll be happy to answer any questions you might have or simply to tell you more about the language holiday!
To help you organise your journey to Zagreb here are a few useful tips. For help or advice on planning your journey please feel free to contact us, we'll be glad to help!
Distances by road from the following cities:
Many airlines offer direct flights to Zagreb Airport (10km from Zagreb). From the airport, there's a direct bus line to Zagreb. We'll be happy to help you organise your ongoing transfer.
There are hundreds of buses on a daily basis connecting Zagreb to various cities in Europe. By clicking on the link below you can get information on arrival and departure days/times, as well as the pricing.
If it is more convenient for you, there are also a lot of train connections to Zagreb from all over Europe. The link below takes you to the website of the Croatian Rail Transport.
Zagreb is the capital city of Croatia, with over 790.000 inhabitants.
The history of Zagreb goes back many centuries, but it was in 1094 when the name Zagreb was first mentioned. That happened when the Hungarian king Ladislaus founded the diocese in Zagreb at the Kaptol.
In Zagreb, you can find a nature reserve in the Medvednica mountain, which is not far away from the city centre. Also, make sure not to miss the view of the entire city from the Strossmayer promenade in the uptown of Zagreb. From there you can easily walk down to one of many theaters, which represent the cultural and artistic side of Zagreb.
We don’t provide accommodation for our students in Zagreb, but there are over 1000 properties to choose from. Classes will take place right in the city centre (Google Maps), here is a list of a few useful websites to make your search easier.
There are more than plenty hotels listed in Zagreb and the surrounding area. To find an affordable accomodation, we personally always check Booking.com first.
If you prefer to cook and have a place completely to yourself, there are a lot of apartments in Zagreb available to rent on websites like Airbnb.com. If you want to book an apartment directly, the Tourist Information Center in Zagreb offers a lot of choices!
There are more than 30 hostels in Zagreb! You can book them directly or search for an available accommodation through Hostelworld.