Italian language school in Florence, Italy
Our school shares the values of Italian culture with a humanistic approach and excellent instruction. Our goal is the wellbeing of students. Our approach is personalized and individual. We are inspired by creative motivation, individual personalities and a big experience. We stimulate the senses rejecting any methodological dogmatism. Our scheduled activities have a socializing purpose; to promote opportunities to socially practice the Italian language.
We also dedicate our time to investigating and trying new teaching methods focused on conversational and cultural exchanges. We collaborate in the preparation of specific job application programs, and we are quality-certified from various national and local organizations.
We use the communicative method; we focus on those aspects of language that are most effectively useful in daily life. We promote interaction among students, so our lessons are divided in two parts: one where you can learn language structure, and another for the practice of real and simulated situations. All of our teachers have great experience teaching Italian. They both organize and attend training courses, updating didactic materials for the integration of learning strategies. Classes are dynamic and interestingly amusing. Our students motivate us; they stimulate us to always renew ourselves, adapting and improving continuously our way of teaching.
Our school is in Piazza Spirito Santo in the stunning city of Florence. Residential accommodation for students is in the center of the city; it will be not necessary to use public transportation since you can easily walk to the school. Our students come from all over the world, so there are many opportunities to make new friends and especially to practice Italian.
Featured Italian courses in Centro Machiavelli
Italian + cooking
Italian + Art history
Your accommodation in Florence
We can find the perfect accommodation for you! Standard accommodations we offer are single/double rooms in shared flats. Upon request, we can also book accommodations such as studio flats, private flats and rooms in hotels in various price categories.
Please feel free to contact us for more details!
Activities and Excursions
Art and crafts
The Centro Machiavelli offers students supplemental cultural and recreational activities, mostly free, that take place after normal school hours. These activities are designed to provide useful information and allow students to become familiar with the Italian scene, to appreciate our historic and artistic heritage and to get around in the city, in the country and in our culture. Some examples: walking tours of the historic center, bike trips, visits to Siena, Lucca, San Gimignano, day trips to the seaside and cooking/arts and crafts courses.
Do not hesitate to contact us for more details!
Loving Florence, Italy
Why study Italian in Florence?
Florence is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy. It is the place where the Renaissance was born, and one of the cities most visited by thousands every year; they fall in love with every corner of it. Located in the northern central region of Italy, it is the capital of Tuscany, one of the most charming areas in all of Europe. Florence is the historic, artistic, economic and administrative center of the region.
Address: Piazza Santo Spirito 4, 50125 Firenze, Italia
Nearest Airports: Florence, Pisa, Bologna
Bus Lines: Bus D | C3
Train Stations: Florence S.M.N. Santa Maria Novella
Nearest Parkings: Pedestrian area. ZTL Limited Traffic Zone
TANDEM language exchange ®
Number of Classrooms: 5
Video | Audio Loan
Access for the handicapped
Partnerships and Certifications
City hopping with Tandem International
We offer combined Italian courses in different locations. You can start your Italian course in Centro Machiavelli, Florence, and continue in one of our partner schools in Milan, Rome, Venice and Trieste.
Do not hesitate to contact us for more details about our discounts for combined courses!
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.