Learning Italian with Amusement and Relax: La Dolce Vita

All the information about La Dolce Vita courses offered by the Italian language School Leonardo da Vinci in Milan, Rome, Florence and Siena.

Florence, Italy, May 31, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Once again the School Leonardo da Vinci, leading school in Italian language teaching to foreign students, presents a really original course: “La Dolce Vita”.

La Dolce Vita is a completely new course thought by the school for all the students who already have a basic knowledge of Italian language. This course in fact, suggests to learn Italian language in a different and alternative way, enjoying a relaxing and amusing holiday entirely dedicated to Italian culture in one of the most beautiful cities in our country, such as Milan, Rome, Florence or Siena.

“La Dolce Vita” Course has a duration of one week and it is divided essentially into two parts: in the morning in fact students will attend a standard Italian language course aimed to exercise and improve their speaking skills in Italian; whereas, in the afternoon, they will have the chance to take part to a wide range of activities which include guided tours in the city they chose among Milan, Florence, Rome and Siena, discovering traditions and local habits and customs.

Students will also have the opportunity to enjoy the several guided tours to the most important museums, monuments and the most beautiful churches; in addition, they will participate to traditional dinners having the chance to taste our culinary traditions and wines in typical restaurants and eating houses.

Therefore, this course will give students the chance to have a direct contact with Italian language and culture, and to spend a cultural holiday discovering the Italian La Dolce Vita (Italian “sweet” life style).

Next courses La Dolce Vita will start on May in all the Italian cities in which the school is located.

Further information about the courses are available on the school’s official website.

School Leonardo Da Vinci
Alessandra Ricci