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Learn Italian in Italy, where else?

The best place to learn Italian is in Italy. Where else? In Italy you can study the language and discover one of the most beautiful place in the world. Italy is unique in its diversity: you can study in a city of high culture, a town by the sea or a village in the mountains. Also you can choose a big city or a small city. You can even decide to study in a designated Unesco World Heritage Site. You may choose a Medieval town or a vivacious city.

Yes, Italy is rich with history, but "Il Bel Paese" is today composed of a vast array of cultures and communities, foods and colors, aromas and breathtaking landscapes.

On myitalianlanguageschools.com we invite you to discover the Italian language schools we offer and to choose the one that best fits your lifestyle, your travel style, and your learning style. You can go to Rome, Florence, Milan, "bella Sicily", to mysterious Sardinia or the myriad of other unique regions of Italy.

You will find our schools not only in bustling, international cities, but also mid-size and small towns. You will find extraordinary spots in Italy waiting to be discovered through the study of its outstanding language, culture, food, and arts. Each school offers you a unique opportunity to explore Italy while learning from its excellent faculty.

Myitalianlanguageschools.com divides the Italian language schools by their geographic position, their particular features, and the types of supplementary courses offered. You have all the information you need to choose your school of Italian language and culture. In Italy, where else?

Scuola Porta d'Oriente
Via Antonio Primaldo, 70 - Otranto (LE) - Contact
Italian language courses in one of the most beautiful seaside and historic resorts of South Italy. A small-scale and friendly, staffed with experienced teachers, italian immersion experience, guided excursions

We wish you happy studies, a great vacation, and a beautiful Italian experience! Enjoy Italian!
I Love It School
Vicolo Ascanio Vitozzi, 2 - Orvieto (TR)
Europass Centro studi europeo
Via San Egidio 12 - Florence (FI)
I like it
Via Padova, 14 - Olbia (OT)

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June 30, 2014 / Amalelingue / ITALIAN LANGUAGE COURSE - In each level the four main skills are developed (listening, speaking, reading and writing), aiming at communicative effectivness.

July 28, 2014 / Amalelingue / ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND PILATES - Pilates is an exercise system designed to elongate, strengthen and restore the body to balance.
Breathing, concentration, movement control are fundamental.

July 19, 2014 / Italian Studio / ALL USE OF THE WORD TO ALL - Objective of the course learn to write and speak in Italian through the imagination.
A seminar of 10 hours with activities based on the techniques proposed by Gianni Rodari, with text reading “First Fairy Tales and Nursery Rhymes.”
The texts of the famous writer are rich source of ideas, words, ideas from which to draw. The use of words to create pairs fantastic.

About Italy

Official name: Italian Republic - Official language: Italian - Capital: Rome - Government: Parliamentary republic - Area: 301.338 km˛ - Time zone: UTC+1 - Currency: Euro - Calling code: +39 - National Fest: 2 June

Cli Centro Linguistico Dante Alighieri - Roma - Rome

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