Posted in: Home / Archives for November 2011

Spend Christmas or New Year abroad!

Whether you want to visit a typical German Christmas market, learn how to prepare a traditional Italian festive feast with a host ‘mamma’, or just lie on the beach and relax in the Canaries, Apple Languages can arrange it all for you this winter!

Many of our schools stay open over the Christmas and New Year period. Some schools, such as our schools in Berlin, Tenerife and Naples offer language lessons, accommodation and daily Christmas/New Year excursions and activities. Other schools, such as Madrid, St Anne and Kitzbuhel, stay open over Christmas/New Year (just closing for bank holidays), offering language courses and accommodation throughout the period, but no specific Christmas/New Year activities.

Read more…

Genoa – A hidden pearl set between the mountains and the sea…

Genoa, the first thing to say about this city is that it’s just magic! I’m Elisa, I’ve studied in Genoa, worked there and I can tell that it’s one of those cities you never get tired of, since there’s always plenty of places to see, things to do and new friends to make!

If you have the chance to go there, I’m going to suggest you the best places I know where you can enjoy some of the most beautiful sceneries of this charming city, the best little shops where all Genovese go and buy food as well, and also where you can go to enjoy the real night life, as if you were born in Genoa!

I hope that, while reading this, you will feel like you are travelling virtually with me through the vicoli, you’ll taste with me the wonderful and incomparable focaccia and enjoy together its lively and amazing nightlife!

And… here we are in Genoa! What about starting our tour in one of the little pedestrian streets in Genoa, it’s called Via San Vincenzo and it’s just some minutes walk from both the station and the main square in Genoa. Walking up this street, you can find two of the best focaccerie where you can taste our special, amazing and absolutely unique focaccia! You can also have a slice of pizza or farinata another speciality of Genovese cuisine.

Read more…

Blog Categories
Terms and Conditions  : Privacy policy  : Safety Abroad  : Site Map      © 2012 Apple Languages