Learning Italian with Amusement and Relax: La Dolce Vita, for Mature Students of Any Age

Full information about La Dolce Vita Courses offered by Scuola Leonardo da Vinci in Milan, leading school in Italian language teaching to foreign students.

Florence, Italy, July 01, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Once again Scuola Leonardo da Vinci, leading school in Italian language teaching to foreign students, among its offer presents a really original course: “La Dolce Vita”.

La Dolce Vita is a completely new course thought by the school for mature students of any age 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 the most glamorous and cosmopolitan city in our country: Milan.

In fact, in the Italian capital of business, fashion and design, it is easy to meet people coming from every region of Italy and from every corner of the world, because through the years it has become a city placed in the center of the world’s trade and business.

But it’s not only business, evolution and progress. Milan has also an ancient heart to discover, which offers an interesting variety of high buildings, palaces, beautiful churches, and historical monuments, such as the Royal Palace or Sforza Castle, that is why so many people from all over the world want to see this wonderful city.

Milan is a lively city day and night, in fact it offers a wide range of restaurants, theaters, cinemas, bars and charming cafes. In addition to this, Milan seems to be a perfect location for students who decide to have a unique experience abroad, for studying a language and meeting a different culture.

“La Dolce Vita” Course lasts one week (from July 20th to July 24th) and it is divided essentially in two parts: in the morning in fact, students will attend a standard Italian language course aimed to practice and improve their speaking skills in Italian; whereas, in the afternoon, they will have the chance to take part to several activities organized by the school, discovering traditions and local habits and customs.

Students in fact will have the opportunity to enjoy the several guided tours to the most important museums and to participate to a classical music concert; in addition, they will enjoy traditional dinners having the chance to taste our culinary traditions and wines in typical restaurants and eating houses.

Therefore, this course will give participants 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).

The next session of “La Dolce Vita Courses” will start on 20th July 2009.

Further information about La Dolce Vita courses are available on the website www.scuolaleonardo.com

School Leonardo Da Vinci
Alessandra Ricci