Why learn Italian? Italian is the 7th largest economy in the world, the 4th in the European Union and there are more or less 200 million people in the world who speak Italian in as their first or second language.

Italian is the official language (or one of the official languages) of Italy, Switzerland, San Marino and the Vatican in Rome. Many people consider Italian as the most beautiful spoken language in the world. Speaking in Italian about the opera, painting, design, architecture, cooking, love or religion can make you feel as if you finally understand the subject being discussed.

When traveling to Italy, if people realize you speak Italian they tend to open up and talk more freely and can even become quite talkative. Italians don’t expect visitors to speak their language. They will forgive your language mistakes and will even be willing to speak more to compensate if you can’t speak fluently. This makes for a friendly and warm atmosphere for language learners.

If you work in the furniture, fashion, design or architecture industries, Italian will be an important asset for your job. Whatever the area of specialization, knowing Italian is not only helpful but often necessary for academic, business, or social research.

If you have a website offering Italian lessons, don’t hesitate to contact us. We would be more than happy to speak to you about how we could exchange visitors, promote our activities together and even exchange content.

Our partners

  • David School is located in Florence, Italy which offers you to learn Italian in Italy
  • Learn the Italian language and culture courses whatever your level in one of the most beautiful historic location of Italy. The school is officially recognized by the University of Siena for the Cils certificate (official diploma of Italian). We offer also cooking courses, art and literature courses, courses for teachers of Italian, Italian language courses for children, business Italian courses.
  • Michelangelo Italian language school offers Italian language and cultural courses in Florence, with lodging in families, apartments or studios. The school offers other extracurricular activities such as art, Italian culture, cooking courses, activities, excursions.