|A famous Tuscan coastal resort, Viareggio offers a 2 week Over 50 Course twice a year. Combine your Italian language studies with a lively social programme, including a cookery session, a visit to the Puccini museum and wine tasting!|
|Levels offered||Beginner to Advanced|
|Age range||50 yrs+|
|Course duration||2 weeks|
|Number of lessons||20 lessons per week|
|Lesson duration||45 minutes|
|Maximum per class||12 students|
Students learn Italian in a pleasant and relaxing environment in environment, accompanied by a wide variety of cultural activities.
The Standard Italian course is designed to improve language and conversational skills, and heighten the awareness and appreciation of the Italian culture.
|CESA admin fee € 50.00 per person|
|Tuition||2 weeks €830.00|
|Italian Host/ess Single room|
|B&B||2 weeks €306.00|
|Shared apartment Single room|
|Self-catering||2 weeks €241.00|
|Mini residence Single room|
|Self-catering||2 weeks €892.00|
|05 June||11 Sept|
Public Holidays: Whilst there are public holidays during the year, they don’t coincide with the Over 50 course dates.
Students are expected at 08.15 hrs on the first day (generally Monday, unless there is a public holiday)
If there is only one participant, they will be placed on the Combined 20 + 5 Course.
All organized school activities are free of charge for this participant.
Generally though the school expects there to be approx 5 students on this course.
Arrive: Sunday PM
Depart: Saturday AM
We recommend students fly to Pisa airport and then take the train or a taxi to Viareggio.
You are welcome to book a transfer service at an additional cost from Pisa airport.
In Viareggio students can choose to stay with local Italian hosts, in small local hotels or shared apartments.
You can choose to stay with local Italian hosts, who live in apartments in Viareggio. The school can arrange either single or shared rooms (shared rooms are only on offer if travelling as a couple or with a friend) on a Bed and breakfast basis or breakfast and evening meal arrangement. Staying with hosts enables you to practise speaking Italian with local people outside of class. As a rule hosts are around 20 minutes commute from the school. The apartments consist of a communal kitchen and bathroom and a single or shared (for friends only) bedroom each. Apartments are either shared with local Italian people or other language students.