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Comments: Includes 1 free cultural course on the History of Turin, History of Italian Art or History of architecture + 2 afternoon visits. For levels A2, B1 and B2
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Comments: It includes: full board accommodation, 10 hours of language lessons, choice of 3 activities (going to the pub, local market, town/countryside walks, cooking, local shopping, etc.). Any bookings which include Dec 24th, 25th or 26th (Christmas) or Dec 31st or Jan 1st (New Year) are subject to a supplement of € 145. If your stay includes both Christmas and the New Year the supplement is only charged once. This supplement does not include activities. A Special diets have a supplement of € 150 per week.
Events in TurinBest time to take a language course in Turin
11 Feb. 2017 - 01 Mar. 2017The festivities of the Historical Carnival of Ivrea have their origins in the liberation of the city from a tyrannical baron in medieval times. The main event is the Battle of the Oranges where rebels on foot hurl oranges at the feudal lord's army as they pass by in carts.
18 May 2017 - 22 May 2017Italy's largest trade fair for books takes place in Turin every year in the month of May. Every year one country is chosen to be guest of honour and their major publishing houses are offered a place in a special exhibition hall.
01 Sep. 2017 - 03 Sep. 2017For three weeks in Septembre this joint festival between Milan and Turin makes classical music accessible to all with at least 3 separate events per day and top notch musicians from around the world. Most concerts are preceded by a short orientative introduction.
08 Oct. 2017 - 27 Nov. 2017This unique fair lasts from the beginning of October through to the end of November. Events take place on the weekends and are incredibly diverse, they include: a white truffle market, concerts, book launches, a medieval fair, and various and sundry gourmet events.
Nov. 2017Turin is considered the chocolate capital of Italy. Every year in November they celebrate Cioccolatò, a week long chocolate fair where chocolate lovers' dreams come true.