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Journey to Italy: Italian vocabulary for transport and travel

Journey to Italy: Italian vocabulary for transport and travel

Learning how to speak Italian can be an amazingly satisfying and fun experience, provided you approach this wonderful language with the appropriate self-motivation and in the most favourable environment (such as an Italian language course at our Italian language school in Rome ? ). Studying Italian in Italy with a full immersion in the Italian culture is always the best way to learn Italian language, especially if you consider…

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The best teacher ever

The best teacher ever

At 7 years old, my son went to Italy to spend 10 days with Italian cousins to be immersed in the language. When I arrived to Agnone, to collect him, I was stunned when Luca accompanied me around town. He was greeted as though he had been there all his life – by other kids, cousins close and far removed,…

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Maremma, the real beauty of Tuscany

Maremma, the real beauty of Tuscany

Tuscany is not just Florence, Pisa and Siena. Tuscany is also the sea, the countryside, the mountains, the food and the people. Discover the real Tuscany in this interview with my colleague Virginia who lives in Maremma. Virginia talks about her experience as a teacher who hosts students from around the world at her home. She also shares some of her most amusing encounters with…

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Roman ruins in Sorrento

Roman ruins in Sorrento

To see stunning summer views in different directions across the Bay of Naples, Italy you should visit the point of land protruding from the Sorrento peninsula known as Punta del Capo. Many wealthy Romans built holiday villas on the panoramic points along the Sorrento coast and so it is not surprising that there are the extensive remains of a 1st…

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Italian most common food sayings

Italian most common food sayings

When we think about Spring, we usually think about rebirth, blossoming flowers and growing plants. But during the Spring months we usually expect also a changeable and unpredictable weather. That’s why it’s advisable to wear several layers of clothing – that is to say vestirsi a cipolla (“dress like an onion”) – and to take an umbrella before going out.…

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Escape to Salento

Escape to Salento

  I just needed a break so I asked myself: “Do I book a trip for the weekend? … maybe a SPA” … but even that did not convince me and then I thought: I am in Lecce, what better way to explore some places in Salento!     My weekend was scheduled in three days: On Friday: Acaya and…

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Sorrento in primavera

Sorrento in primavera

Why Sorrento for Spring? Because for all the pizza and limoncello clichés, this handsome seaside town, on the rocky peninsula that forms the southern reach of the Bay of Naples, has la dolce vita spirit down pat. And because, if you’re lucky with the weather, even this early in the year there are days that feel like high summer. By…

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