Arabic Language Programs:Arabic classes in Egypt - Alexandria: Alexandria is the Pearl of the Mediterranean, founded in 331 B. C. by Alexander the Great. It has been a centre of culture for centuries and is the birthplace of the famous library - t...
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Arabic classes in Egypt - Alexandria: Alexandria is the Pearl of the Mediterranean, founded in 331 B. C. by Alexander the Great. It has been a centre of culture for centuries and is the birthplace of the famous library - the first and finest in ancient civilisation. The city is a fabulous place to base your studies of Aarabic language in Egypt.
Learn Arabic in Egypt - Cairo: The Ahlan Arabic Centre in Cairo is situated in the heart of ancient Islamic Cairo. The vibrant area of Khan El Kalili is just a short walk away and offers an immediate introduction to Egyptian culture with its souks, coffee houses and restaurants. The Arabic school is located in a recently renovated 400-year-old building, it has six air-conditioned class rooms, a reception area offering free tea and coffee and contains a library. We provide a warm and friendly welcome to all our students who are encouraged to immerse themselves in the Arabic language and Egypt’s rich culture and history. Our cultural programme offers excursions to historic sites, museums and desert oases as well as seminars on different topics.
Arabic Language in Egypt- LUXOR: Luxor is the pearl of Egypt and a perfect context where you can experience the local and traditional Egyptian life characterised by a great sense of hospitality, respect and kindness. Luxor, once an Ancient Egyptian capital, is known today as the world's "greatest open-air museum”. Indeed the tomb of Tutankhamen in the Valley of the Kings, the magnificent sunset views at the majestic temple complexes of Karnak and Luxor and the stunning beauty of the Nile make our town the perfect choice even for cultural trips which are also organised by the school. Luxor is not a huge and chaotic town you will not find yourself lost inside an anonymous community and in dangerous and uncomfortable situations, but you will become part of our society and you will use your Arabic knowledge even outside the school walls in order to communicate with local people finding in our town a good place to practice.