How the course is organized?
On your arrival day (Saturday), the Omilo team will welcome you at 19.00 at the Nafplion School, where you will be introduced to the teachers and other participants. The program will be explained, as well as all the options for the cultural activities related to the Greek Easter festivities.
At around 20.00, all students are invited to a tavern meal in the center of Nafplion.
It is the perfect moment to get to know the other students, talk to the teachers, taste Greek food and eventually start communicating in Greek.
The following day (Sunday) your Greek lessons start.
They will run for six days, (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and again on Friday and Saturday),
between 9.30 and 13.30. (The beginners levels are organized during the afternoons)
Thursday is a free day to explore Nafplion and surroundings.
An organized day-excursion might be proposed as well, if enough students are interested to participate.
On the first day of the course, students will be asked to take a quick placement test so that they can be put in the level that is right for them. The course materials will be given to you during the course and are included in the price.
The course finishes on Easter Saturday.
Extra option; On Saturday evening, you are invited to celebrate Greek Easter Dinner with us in Nafplion (extra charge),
and attend the “Anastasi” – church service at midnight.
Omilo knows that having fun is an essential part of learning. It’s when you are happy and relaxed that you are most able to begin using what you have learned in class in a natural way. Therefore Omilo organizes, in addition to the intensive Greek lessons in the morning, various social and cultural activities during the afternoons (free of charge).