The city of Verona
THE PERFECT PLACE TO LEARN ITALIAN AND LIVE THE ITALIAN LIFESTYLE.
Verona has always been a meeting place for people and culture. Verona is a relaxed city due to the nature of its people but full of life at every time of year with a range of traditions and festivals.
An elegant and artistic city, Verona offers innumerable opportunities to enjoy yourself with a wide range of artistic, cultural and sporting events.
The Veronesi love meeting in the piazzas, sitting outside with a coffee and strolling through the streets of the city. The evenings are lively with bars, pubs and traditional osterias all over the city providing the perfect setting to listen to different types of music or enjoy time with friends. Studying and learning Italian, you will experience the art and culture of the city and enjoy its lifestyle.
A SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP WITH NATURE
Surrounded by green hills and with the Adige River flowing through the city, Verona has a special relationship with nature. With Lake Garda nearby, this areas beautiful views and Mediterranean foliage have shaped the climate and life of the city. Nearby, there are the sweet, rolling hills of Valpolicella (a region known for the excellent wine it produces) where you can enjoy a breath of fresh, country air and the region’s larger mountains offer wonderful countryside for walks and hikes.
THE MOST ROMANTIC CITY IN THE WORLD
Verona is a very romantic city whose twinkling lights, hidden corners and sweeping vistas bring to mind Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. At the Casa di Giulietta, beneath the legendary balcony from the story, couples flock to the courtyard to share messages of love.
A PERFECT PLACE FOR TRAVEL
Thanks to its position in Italy, Verona has excellent railway, motorway and airport connections. It’s, therefore, easy to go on a range of excursions during your stay and to visit other artistic centres. Venice and Milan are easy to visit at just an hour and a half on the train; Trento, Padua, Mantua and Ferrara are just one hour and you can reach Vicenza and Brescia in thirty minutes. A high speed train gets to Florence in two hours and Rome in three. The city’s airport, a few kilometres outside the city centre, makes travel in Italy and the rest of Europe quick and easy.