Cultura Italiana Arezzo
accommodation

Accommodation

The school can find accommodation for students either in the city of Arezzo or in the Tuscan countryside.We will book your accommodation for the duration of the course. We have several types of accommodation: you can stay with a family, in your own room (single or double), with or without private bathroom, share an apartment with other students, rent your own independent flat or stay in a hotel, a B&B or an agriturismo in the country. We can also arrange for the rental of a villa if you would like to combine your study period with a vacation in Tuscany.

Family Stay - Cultura Italiana Arezzo

Family Stay

Staying with a family is the best way to practice in real life what you learn during your Italian lessons! Our host families usually consist of one or two people who rent rooms to foreign students and welcome the opportunity to get to know them. All families live at walking distance from the school.



Shared apartment - Cultura Italiana Arezzo

Shared apartment

You have the option of sharing an apartment with other students from the school. You then have a single or a double room, and the price includes bed linen, towels and the use of the bathroom, kitchen and common areas. All apartments are located at walking distance from the school.



Indipendent flat - Cultura Italiana Arezzo

Indipendent flat

You can rent an independent flat, fully equipped, with one or more bedrooms. All apartments are located at walking distance from the school.




Villas & Agriturismi - Cultura Italiana Arezzo

Villas & Agriturismi

Some students take the opportunity of the Italian courses to organize a relaxing vacation in the Tuscan countryside, with family or friends. We have contacts with several agriturismi and also have an agreement with a real estate agency specializing in vacation rentals.

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Working with Ilaria greatly increased my confiance in my spoken Italian . I found myself walking in to stores and asking questions without hesitation and was able to be of help in Florence when my professor husband tried to purchase tickets for his 29 students senza speaking any Italian. The bigliettaia spoke little English. Io ho detto a me, "bravissima"!

Ellen - 68 anni    (  USA)