Polish course in Warsaw, Poland!
Take a Polish course in Warsaw and delve into a rich culture and history! The incredibly varied architecture of the Polish capital charts that history, with ancient churches and grand palaces, Soviet-era monuments and modern, conceptual buildings. Walk the cobbled streets of the old town (‘Stare Miasto’) to discover squares full of inviting cafés and restaurants, fascinating museums and memorable views of the Vistula River.
Connecting the old town to the city centre is Krakowskie Przedmiescie, part of the aptly named Royal Way, which is home to countless palaces. Along the royal mile lies Park Lazienkowski, the finest of Warsaw’s many picturesque parks.
For the best views of the city, head to The Palace of Culture and Science, which is the tallest building in Poland. It houses a cinema, theatres, museums, libraries and concert houses where you can enjoy the music of Frédéric Chopin, who lived in Warsaw for 20 years. For more alternative music, the Praga neighbourhood, on the right bank of the Vistula, is dotted with underground bars and clubs.
Our school in Warsaw
Experience the hospitality and friendliness of the locals as you learn Polish in the teacher’s home! Our school will place you with a teacher who shares your interests, making it easier to get to know them and learn from them.
All of your Polish lessons will be on a one-to-one basis, customised to suit your requirements. This is the quickest way to learn a language and you’ll soon be able to communicate confidently in Polish! Choose 10, 15, 20, 25 or even 30 Polish lessons per week, depending upon how rapidly you need to progress.
|Course Name||Lessons||Max in class||2 week price|
|In Teachers Home||30||1|
|In Teachers Home||10||1|
|In Teachers Home||15||1|
|In Teachers Home||20||1|
|In Teachers Home||25||1|
Whilst you learn Polish in Warsaw, your teacher will provide you with a single room and three meals per day. Please let us know if you have any special dietary requirements, so that your host can accommodate these needs. Mealtimes are a great chance for you to practice the Polish you’ve learnt!
Every week you’ll enjoy at least five extra-curricular activities with your teacher, giving you further opportunity to practice your Polish and immerse yourself in the local culture. Whether you’re visiting a museum, enjoying a guided tour of the city or having Polish cookery lessons, activities will help you make the most of your time in Poland!
How to get there
Our language school offers one-way or two-way transfers from Warsaw Frédéric Chopin Airport, which handles flights from all over Europe. Please note, however, that this service carries a supplementary cost.