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Learn Croatian in the Heart of Zagreb & Have Fun Doing it

Zagreb (photo credit: Sandra Tralic)

Zagreb (photo credit: Sandra Tralic)

CRO to go is a small educational center specialized in learning Croatian as a foreign language.

It is located in center of Zagreb, Martićeva 6, just a few minutes walk from the main square. Croatian is not an easy language to learn but in CRO to go – they make it fun and simple.

CRO to go courses are divided in four levels – CROstart for beginners, CROplus, if you already have some knowledge of Croatian, CROtalk – for advanced speaking and conversational skills and CROintensive – course for those who do not have enough time and would like to complete the course at a faster rate.


CROstart group courses – CROstart for beginners and CROplus – for people who already have some knowledge of Croatian are starting in two weeks – in the first week of December.

At CRO to go they take a individual approach to learning Croatian, so depending on your needs, you can learn Croatian by taking an individual course which you can adjust to your schedule or take their group Croatian course.


If you are not in Zagreb or simply don’t have time to come to the school you can also join in Croatian ONLINE course – you can learn Croatian from the comfort of your home or office.

CROkids – Croatian for children is held on Saturday mornings. You can go and have a walk around town or go for coffee while your children enjoy learning Croatian through play and games.

At CRO to go they have developed fun and effective method of learning Croatian which is based on active communication and adjusting the learning process to each pupil individually.

“I have worked with students from all around the world of various age and language abilities, and while doing so, realised two important things; all students want to learn how to communicate in everyday situations, and they all want to learn the language in a fun and simple way – and this is what I do best”, says prof. Šego, the Croatian teacher at CRO to go.

For more information check out their website: www.crotogo.hr or contact on email at: [email protected] or Facebook – CRO to go.

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