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Rome, the capital of Italy, features so many monuments of the past - the Colosseum, the Pantheon, Michelangelo's Dome for St. Peter - that it can be hard to think beyond them about Rome as a modern cosmopolitan city of 3 million people. Maybe, one lifetime isn't enough to know Rome, but you certainly can become acquainted. Start your Rome adventure in our Italian Language School in Rome!

Bologna is one of Italy's major cultural centers. Home to one of the oldest and most famous universities of medicine, the city bustles with students of all ages, old bookshops full of character and characters, and publishing houses and skilled bookbinders. Yet the historic center maintains much of its original layout.

Cortona, a small town of the Valdichiana in eastern Tuscany, offers the best of the country and the city. This classic hill town lies between Lago Trasimeno and the Appenine mountains. It is rich in archaelogical wonders of the Etruscan, medieval, and Renaissance eras. During the summer, Cortona hosts numerous activities including film festivals, art and antique exhibitions, and a number of gastronomical fairs.

Elba, is an island in Tuscany, Italy, 20 km from the coastal town of Piombino. It is the largest island of the Tuscan Archipelago, and the third largest island in Italy after Sicily and Sardinia. The Island of Elba has a typical coastal climate, rendered mild by the sea air even in winter. Rainfall is rare on the whole, especially in the summer. In the warm season the temperature of the sea stays around 20 degrees as late as October.

Florence is a city of culture: Culture of the past with its infinite examples of Renaissance splendor; culture of the present showcased in exhibitions of contemporary painting, sculpture, cinema, and fashion. Florence is the town of the Medici family, Mona Lisa and Michelangelo. During walking tours to famous and unusual places, your teachers illuminates the past by describing the city and many world-famous residents with their stories and anecdotes.

Genoa was European Capital of Culture in 2004: a fitting tribute, giving to the cityÕs long-standing cultural ties. Genoa has a strong cultural background and several gurus of the Western world are Genoese, such as Christopher Columbus, Niccol˜ Paganini, Giuseppe Mazzini and Nobel prize winner Eugenio Montale.

Lucca is one of the few Tuscan towns to retain its original urban structure. The ancient center was enclosed and protected by the Roman walls. Lucca developed within them until the end of the 19th century, creating an interesting superimposition of historical styles.

Orbetello lies in the Maremma, one of the wildest and most beautiful regions of Tuscany. It's a region of valleys covered with olive and Mediterranean maquis (evergreens), where horses and wild boar roam. On the hill summits, tiny villages bear witness to the legacy of ancient Etruscan centers. The most striking feature of the region is the sea - particularly Costa d'Argento - 50 kilometers of coast between Talamone and Capalbio.

Sorrento is a real haven of peace for study and creativity and it is not by chance that it has been, for more than three centuries, the destination of international artists, poets and musicians. The town, Torquato Tasso's birthplace, was also the residence for some time of Wolfgang Goethe, who found here the muse inspiring the composition of his famous "Parsifal", Ibsen who wrote "Ghosts" in Sorrento, Lord Byron, F.Cooper, I. Taine, Giacomo Leopardi, Albert Dumas, Giuseppe Verdi, Oscar Wilde and Friedric Nietzsche who lived here finding inspiration for extraordinary works.

Taormina, Sicily. Of the possible destinations for studying the Italian language in Italy, Taormina represents one of the very few possibilities in Southern Italy, by the sea and in a beautiful town full of history and culture.

Its celebrity is due to its beauty, its incredible history and architecture, and its reputation for welcoming travelers. Taormina is perfectly situated to offer students easy access to the beautiful and historically important treasures of Sicily.

Most people do not seem to realize how much Sicily has to offer. With its sun, its beige pebble and sandy beaches, its warm aqua blue water, its snow-topped volcano Mount Etna, its forests and rolling golden hills, Sicily has always been at the center of the Mediterranean Sea, and therefore, it has always been at the center of Mediterranean history.

Tropea, one of the most beautiful seaside towns in Calabria, comes into view in the south of the Tyrrhenian coast. Austere and majestic, Tropea rises out of the promontory of Monte Poro which lies between the two gulfs of Sant’Eufemia and Gioa. It overlooks a mirror of sky-blue, crystal-clear sea, with its incredible rocks: “La Pizzuta”, “Formicoli”, “San Leonardo” and “Isola Bella”.

Viareggio is one of the traditional and famous sea-side resorts of Tuscany. The wide, endless beaches, the excellent cusine and the exciting nightlife with its well-known discos of the Versilia all contribute to render Viareggio a favorite holiday resort.

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