If you want to fully understand the rich and complex Italian language and culture, the absolute best way to do it is to study Italian in Italy. Immerse yourself in this unique country’s rich history, enjoying the stunning art and architecture, breathtaking landscapes and world famous cuisine and truly live and learn the language.


Our three partner Italian language schools in Italy are located in some of the country’s most exciting and beautiful cities – Rome, Milan and Florence. All our schools are centrally located and feature excellent student facilities and highly experienced, welcoming staff and teachers.

The LSI social programme is designed to complement your Italian course in Italy by exposing you to the very best that this magical country has to offer. From the museums and art galleries of Florence and the famous La Scala opera house in Milan to the ancient monuments and traditional restaurants of Rome, you will enjoy an unforgettable experience, no matter which location you choose.

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Our Locations

Florence

Centuries of History and Art have left this city with a unique heritage in the world. Its streets and squares, palaces and churches in which Middle Ages and Renaissance alternate and blend harmoniously together are witness to a glorious past. While Florence carefully maintains its Renaissance architecture and culture, it is not locked in time; the city pulses Read more

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Milan

Milan's pace of life is quicker than most Italian cities. Milan, the style capital of Italy, is an elegant city with its wide, tree-lined boulevards and graceful architecture. With nearly two million inhabitants, it is not only the economic, financial and banking capital of Italy but also brings to mind culture, La Scala, fashion, Italian design and technology Read more.

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Rome

The cradle of Western civilisation, Rome's history stretches back over 2,500 years. Ancient and modern, past and present sit side by side in the "Eternal City" - from the ruins of the Colisseum to the artistic treasures of the Vatican Museums to its status as one of Europe's most important centres of fashion, media and industry, Rome is a simply breathtaking Read more

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