Studying in Florence. Florence is the ideal city to spend a study holiday; a medium size city, with a wonderful historic centre. It is considered an open air museum and it offers to its visitors and guests a wide range of choices in the field of culture, food, wine and scenery. Less than two hours by train from Rome, Milan, Venice, it’s a crucial point to discover Italy and the Italian way of life. Don’t expect a city closed in its past!
From the very first moment you will be welcomed by the Florentines with their pulsating lives and by an informal and international atmosphere. Art, music, kitchen, fashion, design: the excellence lives here!
ACTIVITIES WHILE STUDYING IN FLORENCE
Learning Italian in Florence with italianme will give you access to a wide range of opportunities for your free time.
If you want to visit a museum in an easy and fast way, we will book for you a ticket that will allow you to jump the queue. We can also make a reservation for guided tours to the main cities in Tuscany, cooking classes at prestigious kitchen schools or art, drawing and painting lessons at workshops of Florentine artisans and artists.
For your lunch and dinner we can reserve a table for you in one of our affiliates restaurants, where you can taste the best Tuscan and Italian dishes!
If you are interested in practicing sport, you will find many opportunities to do it with italianme. We will book for you a tennis or a golf court, a personal training in a gym or an hour swimming in one of the beautiful swimming pool in Florence.
To live a true Italian experience we strongly recommend our extracurricular activities during the afternoons or the weekends.
We organize an exclusive weekly program for our students, with many opportunities to discover the city and practice the Italian language in a pleasant and relaxing atmosphere, with schoolmates and teachers. All the activities are always guided by an italianme teacher.
Some of the activities we offered are:
- Guided tours to museums, art galleries and contemporary art exhibitions.
- Guided tours to monuments and ancient villas.
- Guided tours to churches and theaters.
- Field trips outside Florence to discover the Tuscan landscape, medieval villages and important sites like Siena, Lucca, San Gimignano.
- Shows and concerts at Teatro dell’Opera di Firenze and Teatro della Pergola.
- Practical lessons of drawing, painting, jewelry, photography.
- Guided tours to wineries in the famous Chianti area.
- Dinners in the most famous Florentine restaurants where the idea of “slow food” was born, to discover the real tuscan dishes.
- Cooking lessons.
- Cinema evenings to deepen the knowledge of the Italian culture through Italian films and to develop your comprehension skills.
- Conferences and lectures.
- Social activities.