College bars Venice Italy

Italian course Venice, Italy

Rialto bridge, 5 minutes' walk from our school


Experience a city of unparalleled beauty! Take an Italian course in Venice and you'll quickly be seduced by its bustling waterways, majestic palaces and breathtaking views.

After your Italian lessons, enjoy a coffee in the impressive Piazza San Marco, where you can watch the world go by or practice your Italian with the local Venetians!

As the afternoon sun dips into the horizon, enjoy a gondola ride past elegant waterfront buildings, with the sound of gently lapping waters soothing and relaxing you. You'll find some truly mouth-watering dishes close to the Grand Canal, where the magnificent dome of the Basilica provides an unforgettable backdrop.

Our school in Venice, Italy

Rialto bridge, 5 minutes' walk from our school

Italian lesson at our school in VeniceThe picturesque Campo Santa Margherita square, close to the Rialto Bridge, is the setting for our Italian language school in Venice. Our historical school building has a terrace, offering great views of the square below, which is home to a variety of bars, cafés and shops.

As well as bright, airy classrooms, our school also has a self-study room, DVD library and free Internet access. The school's excellent position makes it easy to explore Venice, and even its neighbouring islands. Visit Burano Island, whose beautiful rows of vibrantly coloured houses have inspired countless artists.

Our Venice school:

School Internet Café Yes
Exploring VeniceNumber of classrooms 10
Location Near to the Rialto Bridge, in the heart of Venice
Other facilities Terrace, self-study room, Wi-Fi Internet access
Cultural program

Our Italian language programs

Italian lesson at our school in Venice

All of the language programs at our Venice school, aside from the Art History course, are available at all levels. Whether you're a total beginner, or looking to build on existing knowledge, our school has a course for you!

Our school's Standard Italian course in Venice offers you 20 Italian lessons each week. On this program, you'll be taught by two teachers, exposing you to different teaching methods. With the Evening Course, you can also take 20 Italian lessons per week, but between the hours of 4:30pm and 8:30pm. This option leaves you with your mornings free to explore the incredible city of Venice!

For a faster pace of learning, take one of the Super-Intensive courses. These courses combine the 20 Italian lessons per week of the Standard Course, with either five or 10 Private Lessons each week. The standard group lessons give you the opportunity to communicate with your fellow students in Italian. Then you can consolidate your learning during Private Lessons, and focus on ways to improve your Italian!

You could choose an Italian course consisting entirely of Private Lessons. Our school will completely tailor the course to suit your needs. You decide how many lessons you would like each week (minimum five), the lesson times and how long you want to study abroad for.

With our school's Art History course, you can delve into the fascinating world of Venetian art while you learn Italian in Venice. Guided tours of museums, churches and other locations will be given in Italian, so you'll need at least an intermediate understanding of the language.

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Dove mangiare?

by hh

I'm very excited, I'm going to go back to Italy on a 2-week vacation. (I studied abroad there my junior year of college)
I'm trying to plan where to go and what restaurants or local specialties I should try. I know there are a lot of Italians/Italophiles on this forum who will be able to help me out...
I'll be going to Venice first for about 4 days (this is where I used to live--showing relatives around and seeing old friends). I couldn't afford to eat out too much when I was a poor student, and what I did have was pretty hit or miss. I'd like to try Da Fiore, since Jeffery Steingarten gave it such a glowing review

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Where to go when in Italy?

I am going to be graduating college soon and as a thank you to my parents I am planning to take us all to Italy. I know we would like to hit Rome and the Vatican City but other than that I am clueless.

I know Venice is popular but I don't think there is anything there that would be of interest to us since its more of a 'romantic' spot.

Florence is another I heard frequently but I don't know what is there. I heard that maybe some of the Michelangelo sculptures are there but I do not know for sure.

I know Tuscany is beautiful and that maybe and…

The Amalfi Coast is very scenic and many movies were shot there--"The Talented Mr Ripley" for example. Well worth the effort to visit.


How can I stay on a budget in Italy?

I'm a college student and I want to stay on a budget...I'm trying not to spend more than $1000 US dollars. (All we have to use our money for is food and fun stuff like discoteccas, and activities. We are going there for 1 month- July.) How can I do that? Our rooms are already paid for.

We will be in Perugia, but also visiting other places such as Venice, Capri, Assisi, Naples and Florence.
Our teacher said that instead of eating out everyday we can go to the market.

Also, how much are discoteccas ?

If you could give advice, that would…

1000$ is 650€ ... for a month should be ok.. discoteche can have different prizes :from the one who lets girls enter for free but need to drink something(they fix the prize of first drink, more or less 10€) to the ones is very expensive(also 40€) ... you have to ask...
to eat calculate from 10 to 25 €, depending what you eat( ex:pizza and beer is like 15€, pasta is like 8-12€), you can save some money at luch eating at the bar a sandwitch (2€)...

Advise NEEDED where to go to Europe & how to travel?

I am in the process of trying to plan a trip to Europe with three of my buddies and we have no idea where to go.

Does any one have advice as to what would be a great country for us to go to? We are looking to stay somewhere for about one and half to two weeks long. We are all single and looking to go somewhere that has a great night life as well as some good sights to see during the day. We were thinking about possibly doing a tour trip through multiple countries using Contiki or EF College Break but assumed we might be able to do the same trip tours on our own for half the…

I would also recommend Italy.
Its small enough to see a chunk of it in that time and there are lots to people to meet up with and travel around.
If you stay in hostels you can easily meet people ( as its very social) and meet up with them later or change your plans and go round with them. (try or would travel by train (between main places) and buses where needed. (um I think the address is is the national rail network. You can get tickets from electronic booths in train stations, you don't have to book prior, but it gives you prices/times/places etc)
bus, maybe…

Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

I don't want to think about it..

no expectations means no disappointments..

plus I'lll be 31 ugh old.

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