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Learn Hebrew in Tel Aviv

Learn Hebrew
in Tel Aviv

Private Hebrew lessons in Tel Aviv

Part of our program being tailor made is that we send our teachers to where the students are. Our busy cities are known for complex parking areas and busy traffic during the day. Throughout the years we have been getting requests from students who wish to stay in different areas in Tel Aviv and nearby, asking whether we would be willing to come to where they are staying as opposed to them coming to us as lessons are given one on one in any case.

Now we send our teachers to the students directly wherever they are staying throughout Tel Aviv and its outskirts.

Our teachers come with all materials needed to provide the same fantastic Ulpan Aviv service and learning experience, only that this time, you don’t waste a single minute traveling. 

Hebrew Courses to Learn in Tel Aviv:

Option: Learning & touring in Tel Aviv

This is the "Misavivcourse and tour designed to meet  your learning needs while taking advantage of visiting Tel Aviv. Nothing’s better than learning Hebrew according to your own level, timing, and touristic interests.

We provide you with all the materials that you’ll need to take the most of each lesson and place visited. Our Israeli teachers have the expertise and didactic abilities to make you learn quickly, intensively,  and have fun at the same time.  All of our teachers are English language speakers. 


Some of the points that we recommend to visit during the course, although this can be adapted for each student:

  • The old city of Jaffa including the port. A tour in which you will be able to learn about the relationship between the two very close cities, TLV and Jaffa, and how they affect one another in various ways.

  • The home of Meir Dizengoff, the first mayor of Tel Aviv. The house became a museum and it was also the place where the declaration of Independence was given in 1948.

  • Ben Gurion House: The former home of Israel's first Prime Minister, David Ben Gurion, offering insights into his life and work.

  • Tel Aviv Museum: A prominent art museum featuring a diverse collection of contemporary and classical art, as well as temporary exhibitions.

  • Eretz Israel Museum: A museum focusing on the history and culture of the Land of Israel, featuring exhibits on archaeology, ethnography, and more.

  • Tel Aviv Port: A trendy waterfront area with a variety of restaurants, shops, and entertainment options, offering scenic views of the Mediterranean Sea.

  • Shuk Hakarmel: A lively and colorful market in Tel Aviv, known for its fresh produce, street food, and a wide range of goods.

  • Park Hayarkon: A large urban park offering green spaces, walking and biking trails, and a serene escape from the city's hustle and bustle, along with recreational activities like paddle boating and picnicking.

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