Italian Language and Cultural Courses in Italy
The Italian language school Scuola Leonardo da Vinci®, besides Italian language courses, offers many different cultural itineraries focused on outstanding Italian excellence, such as cuisine, history of art, fashion and folklore. Such courses are an excellent opportunity for discovering Italian culture in detail and, thanks to the many activities organized by the school, interacting with other students and making new friends.
Discover the Great Beauty
HISTORY OF ITALIAN ART
For those who are fascinated by the beauty of Italian monuments and are not satisfied with only a basic understanding of them. Our History of Italian Art course will allow you to learn in depth about the history and social context in which these masterpieces were designed and executed.
CULINARY ART FOR AMATEURS
Who is not fascinated by Italian cuisine? This course is a chance to learn Italian culinary art. During each lesson, the students prepare and cook a different complete menu consisting of typical Italian cuisine dishes.
Learn & Taste
Learn to read the label of a bottle of Italian wine, discover the classification of Italian wines, the techniques of cultivation and much more about wine. But this is not just a theoretical course, an important part is dedicated to tasting!
Travel & Learn
Scuola Leonardo da Vinci is located in 5 wonderful cities: Florence, Milan, Rome, Turin, and Viareggio. Our Italian language courses are offered with the same dates, the same prices and following similar curricula in all our schools. That's why you can easily move from one place to another as you explore Italy.
For Seniors students
LA DOLCE VITA
La Dolce Vita program is designed for those who want to study Italian and visit the city, do tastings, activities, take tours and enjoy Italian life.
Current events in Italy
Italy Today is the ideal course for those who are interested in current events. This special course includes lessons on Italian culture, history, economics, and society.
Usually, students attend cultural courses as a supplement to the Italian language courses, but they can also attend them individually without attending a language course. For further information, we suggest you contact the venue in which you would like to attend the course (on this page you’ll find the links to the addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addresses of each school and also restrictions for those attending only such courses, information about accommodation service, minimum of participants required for each course and the other options in case your selected course is not activated).
Cultural courses are run by teachers who are professionals, have experience in a specific sector or have a passion for artistic or food-related fields.