Are you looking for Homestay Italian Classes in Turin? We offer regular Italian Classes and Italian Classes by cooking at the Italian teacher’s house!
HOMESTAY ITALIAN CLASSES IN TURIN ITALY – Prices
|1 PERSON||2 PEOPLE|
|HOMESTAY ONLY – You have a private bathroom based on the ground floor. Bathroom is shared with kids. Breakfast is included.||60 € per day||100 € per day|
ITALIAN CLASSES – Each Italian Class lasts 1 hour and is designed according to your level. The frequency it’s up to your needs.
(In order to get some information about the ITALIAN CLASSES BY COOKING, please visit the page just linked.)
|30 € per class (60 min.)||40 € per class (60 min.)|
The house has a very nice garden, big space for guests and WI-FI connection available. Each morning we offer breakfast with croissants and fresh, good coffee just done with the moka. Five minutes walking from the house you have the Park of Pellerina, you can swim there on summer or running or walking in every moment of the year.
Check here your teacher profile.
For further information please write to [email protected].
Skype Courses Before and After Your Journey
Before arriving to Italy and after your departure we are offering Skype Italian Courses through Italian Virtual School. There’s a team of native Italian teachers that will be able to satisfy your needs of learning and to adapt their schedules to your time zone.
What else? Enjoy your time and and your staying in Turin! 🙂
Homestay Italian Classes in Turin Italy – About Turin
“Turin and Piedmont are mostly innovation places. RAI, the Italian main broadcaster, Olivetti, one of the first IT company, Ferrero, famose everywhere for its chocolate, Slow Food, were all born there. The oldest Italian photography society was born here, the same for the Italian Alpin Italian Club, CAI.
Turin is in between mountains and hills, when the air is clear you can see the Monviso standing in front of you, or maybe you can walk along the river following the way of the hill.
There are “canestrelli” (special cookies), “genepi’” (special spirit) and “gianduiotti” (chocolate candies) that the many of you maybe know.
There’s the Turin Film Festival, the GLBT Festival, The Turin Environment Film Festival.
I think that Turin is different and for that reason it loves differences.
During the 2006 Winter Olympic Games the slogan was “Turin never stops”. If
there would be more subway lines, a bigger airport, and Renzo Piano would be more free to work (he’s now just finishing his first skyscraper here in Turin), It would be even better.”