As the new year unfolds in The Hague, what better way to enrich your expat experience than by delving into the Dutch language with TaalTaal? This isn't just any language school; it's a vibrant hub where learning Dutch is as engaging and enjoyable as exploring the city itself.

Embark on a 60-hour Dutch course at TaalTaal, where the approach to language learning is infused with a sense of playfulness and practicality. Imagine grasping the basics of Dutch in an atmosphere that's as lively and interactive as a Dutch festival. Here, you'll find yourself not only mastering the language but also getting acquainted with the local culture, all in a setting that's both fun and educational.

At TaalTaal, the journey of learning Dutch goes beyond the traditional classroom experience. It's about connecting with the language in a way that feels natural and enjoyable. Whether it's through group discussions, cultural activities, or interactive language games, you'll find yourself seamlessly blending learning with enjoyment. This method not only makes the learning process more effective but also subtly opens doors to new social interactions.

While the focus at TaalTaal is on language acquisition, the social aspect of learning is gently woven into the fabric of the course. You'll find yourself naturally engaging with fellow learners – a diverse group of individuals, each with their own unique story. These interactions, while centered around language learning, provide a wonderful opportunity to form new connections, be it friendships, networking, or shared cultural experiences.

As you step into this new chapter of your life in The Hague, TaalTaal offers you more than just language skills. It offers an immersive experience that blends language learning with cultural immersion and softens the edges of expat life with subtle opportunities for social engagement. This new year, let TaalTaal be your gateway to not just speaking Dutch, but living it in the heart of The Hague.

If you prefer a class one just 2 hours per week, that's also perfectly fine. TaalTaal also offers courses for Spanish, French and even Japanese and Thai, all with variants from English so it's not a problem if you don't speak Dutch.

Please feel welcome to visit the TaalTaal language center or the website and see what TaalTaal can do to help. There are Open Days on January 10th and January 13th. 

Free intakes are always available at: