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Eurocentres Firenze, Florence

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  • An Italian-American friend and I decided to spend two wks here to get a gauge of our language skills. Not true beginners, but it was a little challenging (good!!!) to take classes taught entirely in I...  more »
  • The best teachers, with a friendly attitude and an easy manner with the teacher. Housed in the most beautifully maintained old palazzo I've been in outside of a museum. Highly, highly recommend it.  more »
  • Excellent school, interesting and effective method. The two teachers, Costanza and Giuliano, were in line and it was clear that what a developing grammar the other working on in conversation. The location is excellent, the Palazzo's old installs to school is a free sample of Firenze. To complete, the secretariats Anna and Barbara are awesome, super friendly and willing to help! Grazie Mille!
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  • (1957) Eurocentres Firenze, located in the beautiful Palazzo Guadagni in the heart of Florence, awaits you! With more than sixty years experience, Eurocentres Firenze offers Italian language courses for all levels. Thanks to our innovative methods you can learn Italian quickly and enjoyably. Our course catalogue also includes Italian cookery, Art History, Drawing and Painting, Acting and much more!
  • Great location, the teachers are great.
  • Chose this Italian language school because of it's location and upon a recommendation from a friend. Enrico and his staff were very friendly and helpful as I came to terms with incredible Italian grammar. Lovely environment too, peaceful, and with a great mix of people of all ages. Wish I could have stayed longer to take one of their Italian cultural courses too!
  • This year I took my holidays late, I always wanted to go to Florence and learn Italian because, as someone that's loves art, I could combine the two, and well Florence...who wouldn't want to go there! Enrico and his friendly staff really helped me get to grips with what was a very basic tourist Italian that I had aquired through those language tape recordings that you can find all over the world. When I finished my short course of a week, I really wanted to stay on and learn even more Italian, but it was not going to be possible for me. There are a few courses on things such as italian cookery and art history that looked fun. Florence is such a wonderful place, skip Milan and Rome, and head to the Renaissance capital, you won't be disappointed.
  • Sara Chirici writes: "a young and dynamic environment and great teachers. The location is stunning and right in the heart of Florence. I had the honour and pleasure of working with this structure and it is a pleasure to continue to work in the future! Thanks to all and keep working so:) (Source from Facebook)
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