Italy, once the centre of the great roman empire with a long history and home of geniuses such as Leonardo Da Vinci , Michelangelo, Galileo Galilei attracts millions of visitors from around the globe each year. They want to immerse into the rich cultural heritage as well as the good food and blue oceans. Given the geographic advantage of a great peninsula right in the Mediterranean Sea, one can find great beaches and coastlines, rolling hill country sides or steep mountains with enclosed lakes in the north at the foot of the great Alps.
Taking a language course in Italy, of course, would be complete without the experience of the ‘dolce vita’ lifestyle, which involves indulging on great food (beyond Pizza), wine and by far the most variations of coffee available on earth. No matter if you are enjoying a day at lake Garda, just visiting the leaning tower of Pisa, the Coliseum in Rome or taking a gondola in Venice, the next coffee place will only be a stone throw away. Become part of the hustling and bustling live in Italy, with scooters all over the streets and lively discussions not only lead by words.