Learning Italian doesn’t only mean studying and going to Italian language classes: for this reason our school offers a wide choice of light and stimulating extracurricular activities. Combined with the learning experience, our activities give students the chance to socialize, enrich their knowledge of Italian culture and improve their linguistic and social skills.
Our cultural activities consist in guided tours of Rome and its sorroundings, walks through the city center, bike tours and cultural events; others, like aperitifs and language dinners, represent a time of aggregation where you can enjoy typical dishes of Rome and experience the fun and relaxing atmosphere that characterizes our evenings!
The less known face of Rome, with its new wave of street art. From Testaccio to Pigneto passing through Ostiense and San Lorenzo, this tour will give you the unique chance to admire the most important pieces of italian and international street art in Rome!
The Heart of Rome: Colosseo, Piazza Venezia, Piazza Colonna, Piazza di Pietra, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Piazza del Popolo, Piazza di Spagna, Fontana di Trevi.
The archaeological area of Ostia Antica is of paramount importance for scholars and archaeologists as it is, together with Pompei, one of the rare examples of a well preserved Roman town.
The beauty of nature and landscape, the historical and cultural heritage with its archaeological and artistic richness: these are the ingredients that made Bracciano Lake a major attraction for tourists from all over the world.
La bellezza di natura e paesaggio, il patrimonio culturale con la sua ricchezza archeologica e artistica: questi sono gli ingredienti che fanno del Lago di Bracciano una meta apprezzata da turisti provenienti da ogni parte del mondo.
Mysticism and archeology merge into this hidden gem of Christian Rome, containing the skeletal remains of 4,000 bodies believed to be Capuchin friars buried by their order.
An itinerary that will lead you through the most suggestive landmarks of the Eternal City, from Isola Tiberina to the Quattro Fiumi Fountain.
St Clement’s Basilica will allow us to go back to the past, up to Roman times by visiting its three levels built one on top of the other. Starting from the twelfth-century Basilica we’ll go down to the fourth-century church to finally get to the first-century Roman dwellings.
The charm of the night walks to discover Rome: from the Colosseo to the Campidoglio, from Piazza Navona to the Piazza di Spagna, from the Foro Romano to the Portico d’Ottavia, passing through the most important places of history, art and culture.