Time to Learn: Italian Language School

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Italian Language School

Name: Italian Language & Culture School | One-Week Stay
 1 Week (15 hours of Italian Language School)
Duration of single lesson: 2 hours
Difficulty: Easy
Period: 03 Jan – 30 Dec (every Monday)
Places: Salerno
Stay: Included


Our program focuses on intensive classroom instruction of reading, writing, oral communication, grammar and vocabulary, which involves active participation on the part of the students. It also includes scenic excursions, guided tours and free time activities all in Italian. Participants will stay in selected bed and breakfasts located in the very heart of Salerno . They will therefore be immersed into city life so they can continuously interact with native speakers. Starting from the most basic situations, students will gain a good grounding of the Italian language, as well as an appreciation of Italian culture.

We run our courses with small classes (7/8 participants max.) divided by level, so that students receive individual attention from qualified teachers who will encourage and guide them to speak Italian in the most natural way. Students will not passively learn grammar rules, but rather apply them consistently and effectively through exposure to authentic language.

Most of all, we do our best to make the lessons easy and enjoyable, to give you a unique learning experience.

Arrival and check in on Sunday evening/night. Accommodation (7 nights) and breakfast at a selected B&B in the center of Salerno. 15-hour Italian course at Easy Center. Departure and check-out on Sunday morning (Day 7).
Free time periods can be planned by participants as they please. The staff will suggest a list of recommended activities and will also provide free tourist information material. All related costs and fares, however, are not included.


Day 1 (Monday) 
– Morning: Free time.
– Afternoon: (14:00-18:00) Meeting with your Italian teachers and the other students; briefing and Italian lesson no. 1. This is made up of two periods of 1 and a half hours divided by a 1 hour break for self-study.
– Evening: Free time

Day 2 (Tuesday) 
– Morning: (9:00-13:00) Italian lesson no. 2, made up of two periods of 1 and a half hours divided by a 1 hour break for self-study.
– Afternoon: Free time
– Evening: (20:00-21:30) Italian lesson no. 3: ‘Impara con Gusto’. This is a tasty 1-and-a-half-hour lesson with free dinner and spontaneous interaction with native speakers at Eco Bistrot, an alternative, stimulating literary café in Salerno.

Day 3 (Wednesday)
– Morning: (9:00-13:00) Italian lesson no. 4, made up of two periods of 1 and a half hours divided  by a 1 hour break for self-study.
– Afternoon: Salerno tour. This is a great chance to visit Salerno’s most important sites, includingthe Duomo, the exquisite buildings and alleys of its Centro Storico, and the famous Lungomare.
– Evening: Free time

Day 4 (Thursday)
– Morning: Staff will accompany you to the Salerno Port for a ferry-boat trip along the Amalfi Coast. This is a Sensational experience which will allow you to appreciate the wonderful marine landscapes and cliffs of the Divine Coast as well as its most charming villages, including the well-known towns of Amalfi and Positano.
– Afternoon: Free time (we suggest you take advantage of this time and prolong your stay in the Amalfi Coast for the whole day).
– Evening: Free time

Day 5 (Friday)
– Morning: (9:00-13:00) Italian lesson no. 5, made up of two periods of 1 and a half hours divided by a 1 hour break for self-study.
– Afternoon: Free time.
– Evening: (20:00-21:30) Italian lesson no. 6: ‘Aperilesson’. This is an exclusive 1-and-a-h