Learning Italian in Rome

When in Rome… Learn Italian! Wouldn’t it be cool to be able to order your own pizza? Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to talk to locals? Wouldn’t be useful to know how to ask for directions?

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Scuola Leonardo

Located next to Piazza Navona, the school is in the striking Palazzo del Banco di Santo Spirito. It’s a great combination of a learning experience and a way to meet people from different countries and cultures.

Clidante

The center is housed in a building in Piazza Bologna. It’s full of students and it’s in an area not far from the Center of Rome.

Scuola ROMIT

It’s a supportive team of young, qualified and experienced teacher. You will have the opportunity to meet Italians, and other visitors that are studying Italian just like you. The school is located in Monti, a very “hipstery” area. The classes are small with 8 students top.

Trinity School

There are lots of courses, from individual lessons to tiny classes of three to eight students. It is in Via dei Mille 35 and via Bachelet 12, not far from the Termini Station.

Italiaidea

It is located at Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 184, just two minutes away from Campo de Fiori and its beautiful market. The classes are open from 9 to 7pm Monday through Thursday, from 9 to 5pm on Fridays. The building was completely renovated and it’s in the middle of the center.

Our Italian language school, open from 9:00 to 19:00 Monday through Thursday, from 9:00 to 17:00 on Fridays, is in a small, completely renovated building which dates to the late 1800s and which still retains beautiful aspects of the time period’s architecture.

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