One of the most difficult decisions that one can make is to either continue furthering your education or taking that once in a lifetime trip overseas. We say, “Perché non entrambi?” or in English, “Why not both?”. If you have ever dreamed of learning the Italian language, fashion from a country always on the cutting edge, the finer points of Italian cuisine, or learning about art in the birthplace of the Renaissance – then an Italian learning vacation is exactly what you need.
How to sign up for a learning holiday in Italy?
Do a research on Google, finding and comparing agencies that offer quality courses and interesting leisure activities, have competitive prices, and boast verified positive reviews from past customers.
Browse the websites of the agencies specializing in educational tourism, and see how transparent and thorough they are with the information about courses, schools, location, services, permits and fees. Contact them with your questions and doubts to see how quickly and efficiently they reply. This will give you an idea of their expertise and customer care.
Why choose Studiainitalia?
We have been working in the field of educational tourism for over 12 years and won the prestigious “Best Creative Tourism Agency” award by the Creative Tourism Network.
At Studiainitalia we offer a variety of packages that will see you immersing yourself in local culture. We have carefully selected all the schools that we work with. You could embark on a learning holiday in some of the most famous destinations in Italy – like Florence, Venice, Rome, Naples – or choose from lesser-known yet beautiful towns, like Tropea, Trieste and Todi; among many others.
Finally, our customer service and attention to detail have been praised by hundreds of students and creative travellers throughout the years. Our flexible services will give you the experience you desire with no detail left unattended.
Contact Studiainitalia today to find out how to get started on your Italian learning vacation!
Useful links for your Vacation Course in Italy
Italy Travel Guide – Italian Tourism Official Website
Italy Travel Guide – Loney Planet
Life in Italy – Girl in Florence
Italy Blog – Walks of Italy
14 Tips On How To Travel Italy Like A Local – Forbes
Visa for Italy – Ministry of Foreign Affairs