All students will have already received an email from us notifying them of the postponement, to 2021, of this year’s Language and Culture study trip as a consequence of the Corona Virus pandemic. We have already done most of the preparation and lined up our guides and you may enjoy reading some of our posts on the trip research and interviews with the guides.
– Rijeka, currently European City of Culture
– Kvarner Region – the most sought after northern Adriatic Riviera
– Gorski Kotar Region – the Green Heart of Croatia
The advance guard has already tried, tested and decided on a number of venues and visits, and the base will be the charming Kvarner town of Lovran with its impressive villas, built in the early 1900s, one of which has been selected as the school’s home for the trip.
To read more about the early preparations and chosen locations, read Julia Molden’s blog by clicking here
2019’s Language and Culture trip to Slavonia and Baranja was another great success and you can read the detailed report here. Below are links to the daily “live” reports on our Facebook page.
Plans are already well underway for the next trip to Rijeka and the surrounding area.
Day 1 Report: Welcome Party
Day 1 Photo Album
Day 2 Report: Along the Danube valley to Ilok and back to Osijek via Vukovar stopping off here and there to check out the local culture and wineries.
Day 2 Photo Album
Day 3 Report: Đakovo – the Lipizzaner stud farm and the spiritual capital of eastern Croatia by virtue of its Cathedral and Bishop.
Day 3 Photo Album
Day 4 Report & Photos – Osijek uncovered!
Day 5 Report & Photos – Kopački rit, Karanac and more.
Day 6 Report & Photos – The early nineteenth century Pejačević castle, Našice.
Below is a brief history of the evolution of these annual events which many students attend year on year to consolidate their language learning, find out more about Croatian culture, and have fun and swap stories with their fellow students.
In line with our students’ suggestions and aspirations and with the aim of maximising their opportunities to improve and make use of their developing knowledge of Croatian, the Croatian Language School has introduced into its portfolio the ‘Croatian Language and Culture’ programme.