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|One-to-one course (per lesson)||38 EUR|
|Extra night with host family, half board||50 EUR|
|Extra night in a shared apartment||40 EUR|
|Extra night with host family, breakfast||40 EUR|
|Extra night in a studio apartment||50 EUR|
|Airport transfer (on arrival) (Valerio Catullo)||80 EUR|
|Train station transfer (Porta Nuova)||40 EUR|
Other accommodation options
|Host family, single room, breakfast|
|Studio apartment, single room, no meals|
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Students can be accommodated in single rooms with host families. The families are carefully selected to make your stay as enjoyable as possible and usually live less than 30 minutes by foot away from the school. This accommodation type will allow you to share a true Italian family’s everyday life while practising Italian in a warm and authentic setting. You can choose between accommodation with breakfast only and accommodation with breakfast and dinner.
Shared apartment or studio
More independent students can opt for an accommodation in shared apartments near the school (about 30 minutes by foot away from the school).You will be provided with a single room and will share the apartment either with the owner (a single person or a couple) or with other students (available mainly in the summer). You will share the bathroom, the kitchen and the living room with your flatmates. Bedlinen and towels are supplied on-site free of charge.
For the students who would prefer to live on their own, the school also offers studio apartments with kitchen facilities.
Every Wednesday, an art history teacher will take you to discover a part of the history of Verona. This two-hour outing, which focuses on a specific theme each time (Verona in the Roman times, Verona’s gardens, Art in Verona...) will allow you to see the main attractions of the city. Every week, you will also have the opportunity to attend a pizza party or to have a delicious Italian ice cream in a park in order to get to know the other students of the school. At weekends, you will be able to take part in optional activities at an extra cost. For instance, you may go to the Lake of Garda to visit the Olive oil museum, go on a boat trip on the lake, or taste the local specialties in the market that is held there at weekends. Besides, the Valpolicella and Bardolino vineyards are not far from there, which will undoubtedly appeal to the wine lovers. Day-trips to the medieval city of Mantua, with its Ducal Palace, or to the beautiful city of Venice, with its famous bridges and canals, may also be organised.