Language schools in Italy
Learn Italian in Italy
Parla Italiano? No problem!
With a little bit of training you can be—well, if not fluent then at least better able to make yourself understood and able to understand others.
Italians love it when you even try to speak a bit of their language, and are very encourgaing to help you learn more.
So whether for a day of basic words and phrases or a week-long intensive course to learn some converstational Italian, why not imparare à parlare italiano in Italia?
InfoHub (www.infohub.com) lists more than 100 language schools all across Italy, and our partners at RealAdventures.com (www.realadventures.com) bring together hundreds of travel and tour companies—large and small, international and local—to provide more than 9,800 Italian tours and travel experiences, from cooking classes to language schools to bike tours.
Here are some of their learn-Italian programs:
Italian language schools in Tuscany
|Il Sasso (Montepulciano, Tuscany)
One of the best Italian Language Schools in Italy for 25 years, Il Sasso is recognized by the Ministry of Education and ISO 9001 certified. It offers courses in Italian Language, Culture, Art, Wine, History, Literature and Italian for Business. Il Sasso is in Montepulciano, in the heart of Tuscany, half way between Florence and Rome. It is located in a historic building in town, has 8 large, airy classrooms, a terrace with a lovely panoramic view, free Internet Point and free WiFi. Il Sasso offers to its students a wide variety of afternoon activities, such as guided tours, wine, olive oil and cheese tasting, cooking lessons and walks in the countryside. Class sizes are from 4 to 9 students.
|Language School Società Dante Alighieri (Siena, Tuscany)
Language School Società Dante Alighieri in Siena has a prestigious reputation. It welcomes students of all ages and nationalities that can attend courses of Italian language art, culture or gastronomy. Rich program of activities. The school helps participants to find an accommodation according to their budget and specific requests.
Italian language schools in Florence
Koine Center (Florence, Tuscany)
Eurolingua Institute (Florence, Tuscany—also, homestays elsewhere)
Italian language schools by the Sea (Liguria, Calabria)
|Italy Language School Scuola Tricolore (Genova, Italy)
Learn Italian by the sea. Language School Scuola Tricolore is specialized Italian language school located in Genoa. Studying at the school is about studying Italian with lots of fun. It is based on the concept of ‘Edutainment’ or Education and Entertainment and aims at faster and more comprehensive learning, with maximum fun! The school offers group courses in the morning, mixed courses (group and individual) and pure individual courses, and all with variable durations: courses are available from one week up to a year. Besides the different language courses the school offers extensive leisure activities. This could be sailing trips, 'aperitivi', cooking courses and much more.
|Piccola Università Italiana (Vibo Valentia, Topea, Calabria)
The Italian language school by the sea is officially recognized by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research and offers an accredited course program with a max. of 3-6 students per course unit. Perfect to combine work with pleasure.
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This material was last updated March 2010. All information was accurate at the time.
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