Our Italian language course in Turin is held at Italiano Porticando.
It is a family run school. It is located in an 18th century building in the historic city centre.
Classes are conducted in small groups. The classrooms are bright and inviting. The whole school offers a comfortable and cosy atmosphere that will make you feel more at home than at school. Students have a wide variety of learning materials at their disposal, such as books, newspapers and magazines. In addition, you can borrow CDs and DVDs or use them at school.
Italian is the only language spoken at school from the first day. Materials are developed by the teachers and lessons activities will give you the tools to handle daily life situations. There are many different courses available: intensive, long term, for business and au pair.
If you are looking for a charming city, elegant and full of museums to study Italian, Turin is perfect for you.
The school also offers a programme of free-time activities that can be combined with the Italian classes. With these cultural activities you can improve your Italian while you get to know the city of Turin. Between all the activities, we suggest you the wine tastings and chocolate tastings. During your weekends you can go on excursions to visit the Langhe where the most important wines come from Alba, capital of the white truffle.
For your accommodation we offer single rooms in shared flat with Italian families. In case you prefer to live on your own, we can also help you rent a private studio with all facilities. All accommodations are close to the school.
Our Italian language course in Turin offers you the possibility to experience the Italian language and culture in a destination not so typical for foreigners, such as Rome or Florence.
|Starting dates 2021|
|Not beginner students can start courses any Monday upon request. |
The school will be closed on the following national holidays: Epiphany (06/01), Easter Monday, Italy Liberation Day (25/04), Workers' Day (01/05), Republic Day (02/06), Ferragosto (15/08), All Saints (01/11), Immaculate Conception (8/12), Christmas holidays and New Year.