Become fluent in Italian in the birthplace of the Renaissance.
The birthplace of the Renaissance is known for its beautiful language, exquisite architecture, and world-famous art and cuisine. Spend your free time in museums and cathedrals, attending local festivals, and eating to your heart’s content. Six days a week, you’ll spend five hours in classes — taught solely in Italian — at your local public school. For the first eight weeks, you’ll also take a dedicated Italian language course two hours a week, to keep you up to speed.