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Florence - Italian & Culture
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33 Italian & Culture courses in Florence offered by 9 language schools - 2 week Italian course.

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How our students rated their experience in Florence

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Overall city attractiveness
594 authentic reviews from students who reserved with us
Nightlife

Rating: 4.2/5.0

4.2
Friendliness of locals

Rating: 4.3/5.0

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Interesing things to do

Rating: 4.7/5.0

4.7
Geographic setting

Rating: 4.4/5.0

4.4
Public transport

Rating: 4.2/5.0

4.2
Climate

Rating: 4.3/5.0

4.3
Cleanliness

Rating: 4.2/5.0

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Affordability

Rating: 4.0/5.0

4.0
Shopping

Rating: 4.2/5.0

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Safety

Rating: 4.6/5.0

4.6

Reviews by former students who attended a Italian & Culture course in Florence

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 203 reviews

Sylvia who took the afternoon activities was very knowledgeable. Everyone was friendly

13 June 2022
Course: 50+ Course - 1 week
Student age: 58 years

Kenny
England UK

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 203 reviews

The teachers in the morning and afternoon were very committed, competent and helpful!
It's sad that there always has to be a minimum number of afternoon activities and the registration isn't really clear. This means that activities that would be interesting are repeatedly canceled.

1 November 2021
Course: 50+ Course - 1 week
Student age: 53 years

Vera
Austria

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 203 reviews

Nice, friendly, helpful and competent. Skilled teachers. Super location in the center of Florence. Nice classrooms with plenty of space. Fantastic guide on tours around Florence (50+)

23 July 2021
Course: 50+ Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 63 years

John Sindahl
Denmark

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 203 reviews

All teachers are very nice and competent, good teaching, very nice, large rooms

29 January 2020
Course: 50+ Course - 1 week
Student age: 63 years

Rosmarie
Austria

Rating: 4.3

4.3 | 91 reviews

Great teachers and superb methods of learning

16 October 2019
Course: La Dolce Vita 50+ Course - 1 week
Student age: 54 years

Zagorka
Croatia

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 203 reviews

I liked the small classes which allows for individual attention.
The teachers are excellent, patient, knowledgeable and energetic. They also are the best sources for local tips and to see Italian mannerisms (ie hand gestures) in action.

15 October 2019
Course: 50+ Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 67 years

Tatiana
Canada

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 203 reviews

The teachers are excellent!

31 July 2019
Course: 50+ Course - 3 weeks
Student age: 56 years

Cordero-Hinkelmann
Germany

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 203 reviews

Very good teaching. Pedagogical, enthusiastic and inspiring. Fast pace but it gave me a lot of confidence. The staff was friendly, gave good service and cared about the students.
I can highly recommend this school. The classrooms were normal school standard. The social activities are in Italian and as a beginner it was difficult to understand them the first few weeks. The activities themselves are good.

4 February 2019
Course: 50+ Course - 4 weeks
Student age: 53 years

Louise
Sweden

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 203 reviews

- Very good teaching material, also for repeating the lessons later. - Good support also in extracurricular matters if you still have language problems.
With previous knowledge of the language, you can better benefit from the courses.

31 October 2018
Course: 50+ Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 61 years

Birgit
Germany

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 203 reviews

Friendliness and willingness to help

31 October 2018
Course: 50+ Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 62 years

Ingrid
Germany

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 203 reviews

Help with booking a ticket to Faenza. Recommendation of a book on the history of the Italian language. Competence of teachers.
Very central location

30 October 2018
Course: 50+ Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 65 years

Gerd
Germany

Rating: 4.5

4.5 | 8 reviews

Home stay is the best way to study a foreign language. I am really glad that I did it this time. I spoke only Italian during the stay.

11 June 2018
Course: Italian lessons and cultural activities 1 - 1 week
Student age: 58 years

Keiko
Japan

Rating: 4.3

4.3 | 91 reviews

The quality of the courses, the friendliness, the mix of nationalities and also the fact that it is ideally located.
Do not make meetings with students around a very long table. We can not talk so it's a shame ... Please round tables of 6 or 8 Max it would be so much better and it creates bounding otherwise we can be bored in a very noisy environment ...

30 October 2017
Course: La Dolce Vita 50+ Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 70 years

Marité
France

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 203 reviews

Everything is uncomplicated.

8 May 2017
Course: 50+ Course - 1 week
Student age: 59 years

Renate
Switzerland

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 203 reviews

The teachers are fantastic, the organisation of the lessons is brilliant.
It's a brilliant school and I would highly recommend going there.

15 August 2016
Course: Standard PLUS 'Made in Italy' - 3 weeks
Student age: 32 years

Edel
Ireland

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 203 reviews

I could learn the grammars with a right speed. It was good that I had enough homework. As the afternoon activities were one-to-one style, my teacher explained me in English sometimes and I could know about the culture and the art in Florence. I'm 60 years old and one of my classmates was 80 years old. The school had a friendly environment and even an older person like me could feel comfortable to join the course. However, some of my classmates felt stressed to learn grammars. I had a good time with the excursions to Lucca and museums. I won't forget the delicious Italian dishes that we prepared and cooked at the school director's house.
Morning course consisted of grammar section and conversation section for 1.5 hour each. I couldn't speak well during the conversation session. I was suggested by the school before starting the second week that it would be better to change to private lessons, however I kept taking the group course. If you prefer to study seriously, I recommend you to take private lessons.

23 September 2015
Course: 50+ Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 60 years

Masayoshi
Japan

Rating: 4.5

4.5 | 8 reviews

I like Marina. She is a fun lady. I enjoyed talking and spending time with her.

1 September 2015
Course: Italian lessons and cultural activities - 1 week
Student age: 32 years

Dan
China

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 203 reviews

Our program was wonderful, perfect balance of the classroom hours and other activities. Our teachers, Francesco, Giulia and Brenda were marvelous, with great teaching skills, and a fountain of information.
Well organized school with very nice and kind people.

23 October 2013
Course: 50+ Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 65 years

Agnes
Canada

Rating: 4.6

4.6 | 203 reviews

teachers and Brenda's programs
We were especially impressed by Giulia's dedication and professionalism. She was a delight. This is not to take away from Francesco's contribution, of course, he too is an excellent teacher; but I guess I am biased by Giulia's beauty and grace:) -John

14 October 2013
Course: 50+ Course - 2 weeks
Student age: 66 years

John Thomas
Canada

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FAQ about schools in Florence

  • 431€ for 2 weeks is the lowest price for an Italian & Culture course in Florence. The average cost of an Italian & Culture course in Florence is 406€ per week.
  • Scuola Toscana has received the best overall rating in Florence among all language schools offering Italian & Culture programmes.
  • Italianme was rated highest for quality of teaching among schools with Italian & Culture courses.
  • You can take courses for just 1 week. For significant progress opt for longer durations. According to a survey of StudyTravel Magazine the average course duration for Italy is 4.5 weeks.
  • The student price index in Florence is 84.62. For details check the city's cost of living section.

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