Learn Italian in Naples, Italy
The best way to learn to speak Italian is to study Italian abroad. If you want to learn how to speak Italian like an Italian, you should come to Naples, where our Italian language school offers not only Italian language courses, but also an extremely popular Italian cooking course. If you study Italian at an Italian language school abroad, you not only learn the language, but also come to know and understand the people. The historic city of Naples is a unique location in which to immerse yourself in Italian language and culture.
I would highly recommend this program for anyone whether beginner or advanced and wish to continue their Italian studies.
I thought the teachers were brilliant - really enthusiastic, caring and hard-working. The range of after-school activities was also varied, interesting and suitable for a wide avariety of students.
I finished the week with a far greater understanding of the structure of the language and an overwhelming confidence in my ability to proceed.
The course was brilliant I couldn't have asked for a more welcoming and organised place to study Italian. The teachers were excellent as well as the extra activities that were laid on for us.
The classes were small and everyone was encouraged to participate. My individual lessons were very good, they helped me to understand some Italian fundamentals that I had been struggling with for many years.
Excellent course. Good teachers, helpful, nice and very professional. My accommodation was excellent and very central. The apartment shared with Italians so was an excellent opportunity to pratice the language.
Very professional teachers, great course.
A fantastic experience and the best way to learn a language! I only wish I could have stayed for longer. A fabulous experience.
The teachers and office staff were competant, engageing and professional. I believe they did a good job of working with me at my level of Italian.
The course was excellently organised and taught by two great teachers, they were very flexible when rearranging schedules to allow me to participate in excellent free cultural activities.
Our school in Naples
Our Italian language school in Naples is located in a 17th century building, in the historic centre of the city. There are 9 well-equipped classrooms, an Internet Cafe (free Internet access) and library/study room.
You can learn Italian on an Intensive Italian language course (20 lessons/week), or if you want to learn as much Italian as possible during your course in Naples, a ‘Combined Course’. A ‘Combined Course’ is a combination of the ‘intensive’ course plus 5 or 10 private lessons/week. If you want to learn Business Italian, you can do so on a ‘Commercial Italian Course’.
There is also an extremely popular ‘Italian Cookery’ course, which you can take at the same time as your Italian language course. The Italian cooking course, held in the evenings, is an extra opportunity for students to speak Italian, as it is also taught by Italians, explaining what they are doing in Italian. At the end of each cooking lesson, the students eat what they have cooked, accompanied by a glass of wine and more Italian conversation! The course consists of 3 evenings of practical Italian cooking per week, each followed by a meal.
Our Italian language school in Naples arranges accommodation in self-catering apartments, in private studio apartments and in carefully selected Italian host families. Our school advises students who want to learn Italian as quickly as possible to stay in Italian host families, as the families speak Italian to the students, helping students to practise the language skills they learn in class.
Gain a much deeper understanding of the Italian language, history and culture at our school in Naples, which regularly offers seminars on such topics!
How to get there
Our Italian language school in Naples can arrange airport transfers from Naples Airport, if you would like to be met on arrival and taken to your accommodation.
Celebrate New Year in Naples!
Christmas time in Italy, especially in the south, is very family and religion orientated and less commercial than in many countries.
Visiting Naples during this particular period is something not to be missed!
The most well known area in Naples for artisan shops and craftsmen, is San Gregorio Armeno area, made up of long narrow cobbled streets in the historical centre of Naples. This area is acknowledged by UNESCO as a World Treasure. All year round you can visit the little shops and bancarelle (stalls) packed full of Presepe (Christmas cribs), and may even see craftmen making new pieces.