Florence, Italy, March 08, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Siena could be a very nice place for all the students and lovers of the Italian culture who wish to study Italian language in Italy.
Siena combines all the neighborliness of small-town life with the attractions of a world-renowned cultural center and the educational and social resources of a campus environment. Within its ancient walls and astonishingly well preserved medieval architecture, Siena greets its visitors with a plentiful variety of museums, bookstores, cafes, restaurants and shops featuring exquisite handcrafted goods.
Siena is a family town that houses one of the most important universities in Italy, students of all ages will find the pace of life leisurely yet rewardingly enhanced by a wealth of activities and many opportunities to exercise their new language skills.
Students at the Scuola Leonardo da Vinci might study Italian in the morning then spend their afternoon at a wine tasting or on a guided tour of a cultural site, at a lecture learning about one of Siena’s fascinating historic traditions, or simply sitting in the beautiful Piazza del Campo with an aperitif.
An evening activity might be a concert given by participants of Siena’s world-class music academy or a visit to a local pub or restaurant featuring hearty Sienese and Tuscan cuisine.
Weekends are for exploring the town’s winding streets, art-filled churches, and picturesque squares or for excursions around the region. Florence, Arezzo, San Gimignano, and Volterra, are just a few of the culturally rich cities that are but a bus ride away.