Italian Language Schools in Italy

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Italy, Bologna
Italy, Cortona
Italy, Florence
Italy, Lucca
Italy, Orbetello
Italy, Rome
Italy, Sorrento
Italy, Sicily, Taormina
Italy, Tropea
Italy, Viareggio

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Italian Language and Art Institute in Florence
Italian Language and Art Institute in Florence.

The Italian Language and Art Institute, which opened its doors in 1973, was one of the very first in Florence to specialize in teaching Italian as a foreign language... Click on the above photos to review the Institute's online brochure.

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Italian Learning Programs in Italy
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of Study Abroad Programs and Language Schools.

    International Partners for Study Abroad offer you Italian Language Schools and Programs in Italy located in 10 cities and over 50 different Italian language courses to meet any of your Italian learning needs. We invite you to explore in details Italian Language learning opportunities in Italy and to apply to our Italian language schools online!
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for learning Italian in Italy!

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and Study Abroad Programs located in this destination.

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!

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. The School is located in the historic center of Florence, between Piazza Duomo and Piazza Santa Croce and within walking distance from the University of Florence.

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.

Tropea, one of the most beautiful seaside towns in Calabria with wild, white, sandy beaches, 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”.
Please also review our Italian Language Schools and Study Abroad Programs located in:
Taormina, Sicily,
or click here to review the full list of destinations in Italy.

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