From the golden sandy beaches to snowy winter wonderland mountains, from quiet, frozen-in-time little towns to vibrant and loud big cities, Italy is a popular destination all year round. It is the country with the largest number of UNESCO world heritage sites and the fifth most visited country in the world, with around 130 million tourists every year!
The question is: do you want to limit yourself and just visit Italy as a tourist, or do you want to experience Italy as a local? If you lean towards the second option, an Italian language travel is what you're looking for!
A language trip allows you to visit a country of your choice while studying its language. Of course, you don’t necessarily have to speak the language, but it is a huge part of the culture of a country.
Nothing boosts your language skills like immersing yourself in its culture: you will be constantly exposed to the language, surrounded by Italian speakers, signs, and music, you will visit museums and go to restaurants (or the local "trattoria") with Italian menus, maybe even go to the cinema to watch Italian movies! Moreover, Scuola Leonardo da Vinci organizes plenty of free time activities every week to help you discover our beautiful country.
Dive into the Italian culture with an Italian language travel and combine a nice and relaxing holiday in the Bel Paese with an Italian language course: book your Italian language vacation now with Scuola Leonardo da Vinci! We have plenty of course options to meet everyone’s needs, including the Italian Tour, which will allow you to travel Italy and to study in our 4 different locations (Florence, Milan, Rome, and Turin) to experience the unique atmosphere in each of them. Learn more about our courses below!
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