Venice, Italy is a mix of history, art, architecture and gastronomy; there is no doubt it is a magical city. The gondolas that sail its canals and its famous carnival have made it one of the world’s most visited cities. Located in the northeast corner of Italy, it is the capital of the Veneto region. Its historic city center, a Unesco World Heritage Site, is one of the most beautiful in the world.
To learn Italian in Venice is more than just speaking, reading and writing. It means discovering its neighborhoods, travelling by vaporetto, enjoying its iconic places, tasting the real gelato and at the end of the day sharing a traditional aperitif with friends.
In Venice, Italy you must get lost in its streets, stroll the Piazza San Marco, cross the Rialto Bridge and, of course, have a gondola tour of the city through the canals. In the evening, enjoy a Spritz, the best cocktail of the area, and then have a delicious Italian dinner.
The Rialto Market is an essential destination in Venice if you are interested in discovering local flavors. Visiting the Market is a means to understanding the essence of Venetian gastronomy. In the city, cars are not permitted. It is perfect to go walking or travel using vaporetto, the canal transportation preferred by Venetians. To sail its canals at day and night means opening ourselves to the charm of the Venice and to fall in love with its beauty.
Venice is quite close to Padua and Verona, emblematic cities of Italy you must also visit. Also, it is interesting to explore the area surrounding Venice, including the islands of Murano and Burano. Murano is known worldwide for its manufacture of glass and crystals. In addition, don’t forget Milan is only two and a half hours away, connected by high-speed train.
Istituto Venice proposes 6 top experiences in Venice, Italy
Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute
“A beautiful church with great views of the Canal”
Fondaco Dei Tedeschi
“Shopping mall in a palace offering some of the best views of Venice”
Guarnieri Glass Factory
“The best rated glass factory tour demostrating world-famous Venetian glass”
“Catch some peace and quiet here from the tourist-loaded city”
Cometa di Vetro
“A beautiful sculptural monument to the rich history of Venetian glass”
“Take a boat or gondola through the Grand Canal and discover the city”
Discover Venice and learn Italian at the same time!
Located in the heart of the city, in the Campo Santa Margherita Square, the school offers a variety of courses at different levels suited to fit the needs of each student. It also provides a professional team of experienced teachers prepared to work in a professional and friendly way with students throughout their stay.
City hopping with TANDEM International
We offer combined Italian courses in different locations. You can start your Italian course in Istituto Venezia, Venice and Trieste, and continue in one of our partner schools in Milan, Florence and Rome.
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Going to Italy is like a feast for all five senses. It has a rich history of famous artists, actors, and explorers, and it is an expressive culture with deep familial and ancient roots.
Millions of people travel to Italy just to hear one of the most beautiful languages ever spoken. Though Italian is considered a Romance language due to its ties to the Roman Empire, many people consider Italian a romantic language for other reasons.