Premium Italian Courses - Florence, Italy
- Renaissance city of art and architecture
- 20 Italian lessons per week
- Small class sizes
- High-end accommodation
Our Premium Italian courses are designed to encourage students to take on a new language, or improve their existing knowledge of it, in an open and friendly class environment along with like-minded people. These classes focus on the functionality of the language, including everyday phrases and conversations, along with cultural and social aspects of Italian life. Classes are kept to a small size and are student-centered, meaning the content covered in the course is dictated by the individual needs of each student. Learning Italian does not have to be a struggle, our classes make it fun and easy, through open participation and encouragement.
Why Study Italian in Florence?
The Renaissance city of Florence in the heart of Tuscany is a delightful setting for an Italian course for students of all ages. With endless world-famous pieces of art and architecture, one of the oldest museums in the world, and a long history of innovation and creativity, Florence is a great place to motivate and inspire students to continue with their goal to learn Italian. There will be plenty of opportunity for you to practise your Italian in an enjoyable way, whether it is ordering a cappuccino on a terrace in the famous Piazza della Signoria, or asking for directions to the Galleria dell'Accademia where Michelangelo's David is housed.
Italian Course and Accomodation in Florence
Lessons Per Week*
*1 lesson = 45 minutes
Distance from School
Single & Double
Large, comfortable room; kitchen and shared bathroom (double); possibly TV and washing machine
5-10 min walk or 5 mins by public transport
For further information on prices, start dates and more about the Italian school in Florence please see our Italian for adults price and course pages.
Alternatively, you can contact a member of our team directly by using the online contact form, by email or over the phone (Details at the top of the page).