You booked your flight tickets. You booked your accommodation. You are excited to travel to Milan to learn a new language and dive into one of the oldest cultures in the world.

Fast forward: you land in Milan. You leave your bags and suitcases at your accommodation. You go out to start exploring this dynamic, vibrant, fashionable city.

You start to feel overwhelmed because there is so much to see you don't know where to start. You realized all the stereotypes about this city were true: everyone is in a rush, traffic is crazy, and food is not good.


That's when your Scuola Leonardo da Vinci comes to the rescue!

Milan is best-known for its iconic gothic Duomo Cathedral, the world-famous Scala Theatre and the medieval Sforza castle. But there is so much more than that!

Most people say 3 days is the time needed to visit Milan. We say one week is barely enough. Milan is not an obvious beauty: it's a city you can properly enjoy only if you embrace it. Our aim is not only to teach you the most romantic language in the world but also to make you enjoy our gorgeous city as a local – That is why every week you'll get to take part in our unique free-time activities which will help you grasp the essence of Milan!

Milan is a walkable city. It's not as big as other European capitals and it's divided into small but secret-packed districts. Admire the dozens of art workshops in the artists' district of Brera, or find out how the Navigli district has transformed from a working-class suburb to the city's coolest neighborhood, or enjoy a walk through the oldest area of Milan called Cinque Vie. Did you know Milan had a roman imperial palace?

Don't lie: food culture is one of the main reasons why you chose to visit Italy. And how can we blame you! Besides enjoying lunches, dinners and aperitivos in the most popular restaurants among the milanese locals, you will also get first-hand experience of our food culture, by learning how to make your own pasta and how Italian wineries produce their envied delicious wines.

The city of Milan is home to fascinating, diverse and innovative museums: there is a museum for everyone! Looking for immersive art exhibitions? Pinacoteca di Brera and the Modern Art Gallery will enchant you with their stunning painting collections from all over Europe. Want to know more about how Milan shaped the XX-century movements? Museo del Novecento hosts an exhibition all about it. Are science and technology your bread and butter? Discover the genius of Leonardo da Vinci and all the other exhibition routes of one of Europe's most important museums of science and technology. Thanks to our guided visits, Milan's museums will have no more secrets for you!

These are only a few examples of what you'll experience with Scuola Leonardo da Vinci. Want to learn more about our weekly activities? Visit our Instagram!

Useful links
- Our website: Scuola Leonardo da Vinci
- Contact us

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Scuola Leonardo da Vinci Milan is located in the city center in “Crocetta” district known for its liveliness, style and culture attractions.

Thanks to its prestigious universities and academies, Milan is the elected place of education for numerous Italian and international students.
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