Italian Homestays in Italy
Italy boasts some of the most beautiful scenery in southern Europe, from the Alps to the north, to Sicily in the south. Our Italian language tuition ensures students of all levels can learn Italian in Italy and benefit from one-to-one tuition in some of the most unique locations the country has to offer.
Eurolingua provides language tuition of the highest quality within Italy. Homestay options guarantee students get unique opportunities to experience the culture and traditions of the country, while learning the native language. If you have chosen to study Italian in Italy, Eurolingua’s courses help you practice your new language skills while enjoying this beautiful country.
As well as getting a chance to experience the leaning Tower of Pisa, the Forum and Coliseum in Rome, St Mark’s Square in Venice, the Italian Lakes and the isle of Sicily, students will receive bespoke one-to-one tuition. View our available homestays below for more details.
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|Montegiordano Marina, Cosenza (Calabria): In winter I live in Rome. I teach one to one lessons but I don't have accomodation. In summer I live in Montegiordano and I offer courses in homestay.
From the Fiumicino airport in Rome: by bus from Rome Tiburtina Station to Montegiordano (you get shuttle from Metro Station to Tiburtina Station). Occasionally you find pick up service from Naples. 150 km from the Bari Aiport. From Naples Rail Central Station: take bus to Poliporo (you find here pick up service).
|NAPLES, Italy: I'm a qualified and experienced teacher of Italian for Foreigners, M.D.dynamic and excellent methodology. You'll improve or start learning your Italian very quickly!
Legal & Business Italian too!
I can't provide accomodation for now, unless for short time (1 week max).I can offer tuition & meals(if desired).
My flat is 38m² with a little balcony, 1st floor. The area is central, with plenty of public transports. B&B at reasonable prices in the surroundings e.g.Delle Palme, Trieste e Trento.
|Reggio Emilia, Italy: REGGIO EMILIA (Emilia-Romagna): a study holiday in Reggio Emilia not only allows you to make local trips in the city and its surroundings but also day trips to other beautiful and famous Italian cities, rich in charme, art and history, such as Bologna, Parma, Ravenna, Verona and many others. I am a friendly and a hearty person, I like to see friends and I have many interests: going to the cinema, watching films at home, reading, going out with friends in haunts and restaurants of the city.|
|Reggio Emilia, Italia: Reggio Emilia is a beautiful renaissance town, typical of this northern area of Italy. Here were born the Italian flag, balsamic vinegar and parmigiano reggiano cheese. The town is surrounded by wonderful hills with lots of ancient castles, and nice little court towns with beautiful palaces. I am fascinated by cultural diversity and very curious. I live with my husband in the very city centre, in an apartment between the roofs, full of light. We also have a nice balcony where we eat in spring.|
|Porcia, Italy: My house is situated in Porcia, just outside Pordenone. It is a two floor house, where the first floor is where we stay during the day. It consists of a well organized kitchen, living room, two studies and a playroom for my kids. Upstairs are three bedrooms and a bathroom and laundry/storage room. Shops are all in walking distance from the house. Pordenone is a well located city 45min. from the sea and 30min. from ski resorts. By train you can easily get to Venice , Trieste, Udine and Treviso.|
|Trieste, Italy: The apartment is located in a renovated building, opposite the botanical garden and close to a park. We are a 10-minute walk from the city center.
The room is equipped with all the necessary comforts (beds, wardrobes, drawers) and anything else you need to order just ask.
The city is very beautiful and there are many things to visit, for all interests. Nearby there are other cities, Lijubiana, Venice, Grado, Lignano and and much more.
|Roma, Italy: My zona is Montagnola in semicentral district of Rome. We are at 15 minuts walk to underground Marconi. In front of my building are buses to metro (5 mns), to the center, to the Euro district, directly to San Pietro, Stadio Olimpico, Seaside and any part of Rome. There are a lot of park and cycle path, the University of ""Roma Tre"", the important monuments such Christian Catacom, Saint Paul Basilica, Sanctuary and medioeval Churchs, Eur district, Archeologic area of via Appia and Via Ardeatina.|
|Roma, Italy: Sergio lives close by St. Peter's Basilica and this (central area of Rome) is where we are going to spend most of the time. Sergio's house is generally speaking divided into two parts: mine, with a small studio, and Ewa's, where she practise violin, she teaches languages (English and German) and violin. Students will sleep by Monte Sacro (Adriana's House) a very lively area. The house has a large terrace where quite often we do barbecues, sit and relax.|
|Bordighera Alta, Italy: My italian husband, my daughter of 20 and I live in the Italian Riviera in Bordighera, near the French border (only 20mns by car to get to Menton) in the old historical town distant 5mns to the beaches. We offer a top-floor self-contained studio(25m2)adjoining our apartment which sleeps 2/3. It has stunning views over the sea, mountains and the tallest pine-tree in Europe! I can offer one-to-one tuition in Italian language as well as in French and be your guide on both parts of the border!|
|castelnuovo magra (SP), Italy: I'm a qualified and experienced teacher of Italian for foreigners. I live with my family in Liguria, in the area of La Spezia, between Tuscany and Liguria, in the country near the ancient town of Sarzana. We have beautiful surroundings like Lerici, Portovenere, Cinque Terre, the Marble quarries in Carrara, the sea is at 10 minutes by car from my house, and Tuscany with its unique art cities is so near!
Our house is big, confortable and it's got a nice garden.
|Milano, Italy: You can enjoy the 2 room house surrounded by the garden. The metro station is 1 min walking distance and 15 min from the city centre (5 metro stop). It is surrounded by various facilities (shop, bakery, cinema, theatre,etc.) and nice meeting places.However the house is calm and quiet where you can have nice rest.|
|Cagli, Italy: A study holiday in my region called Marche not only allows you to make local trips here and its surroundings but also day trips to other beautiful and famous Italian cities, such as Rome, Venice and Florence which are not so far by train or local buses from here. I am a friendly and a funny person, I like to see friends and I have many interests: going to the cinema, watching films at home, reading, going out with friends in haunts and restaurants, travelling.|
Three double rooms and a bathroom are on the first floor of a beginning of 1900 house, the furniture is mainly 1920s.
This B&B is ideal for those who love Jazz, reading, languages, arts.
Shops, pubs and restaurants, cinema, theatre all within a couple of minutes’ walk.
|Ancona, Italy: Would you like to learn Italian in a daily context while preparing fresh pasta, going to the market, learning new recipes, drinking a cup of coffee under the fig tree ?
We combine Italian language courses, cooking workshops and an introduction to the true Italian lifestyle.
We live in a tiny village on the hills around Ancona, in the Marche region. Our house and garden have an enchanting view on the hills and the Apennines, only 15 minutes away from Ancona int. airport and the beaches.
Belvedere Langhe, Italy: We aim to offer students not simple italian language courses or cooking courses but a real italian life experience! This idea comes out of our particular way to look at life as if were a trip. From every place you visit, you will take home a precious memory and stick it in your luggage. Language is a fundamental because it is the means to communicate and to learn, but it’s not enough on its own to make you fully understand a nation’s culture.
|Calasetta, Italy: I live on the Island of Sant'Antioco, one of the minor islands of the Mediterranean Sea, on the south-west coast of Sardinia. The island houses two towns, Calasetta and Sant'Antioco, which are easily reached by car, as the island is connected to the main Island by a bridge. The coast and beaches here are extraordinarly beautiful, but the island also boasts interesting museums and archaeological sites and a basilica. In the town centre you can enjoy traditional fish restaurants and pizzeria.|
|Gaggi, Sicily Italy: Aldo is 39 years old. He speaks English, Italian and Spanish. Aldo is at home several days a week. He is interested in foreign cultures, watching TV, cooking, reading, theatre, photography, pets, music, languages, talking with friends, travel, cinema and sports. Katrin is 37 years old. She speaks English, German, Italian and Spanish. Katrin is at home several days a week. She is interested in watching TV, foreign cultures, languages, reading, music, pets, talking with friends, travel.|
|Siracusa (Sicily), Italy: HomestayinSicily, in Ortygia an enchanting and elegant sun-flooded 18th typical Sicilian house totally restored breathtaking view from wonderful large terrace unobstructed seaview from large windows high ceilings a very large dining room overlooking the sea sitting room a well equipped kitchen dishwasher 3 comfortable double bedrooms 3 bathrooms attic and bathroom with washing machine air conditioning internet free 50 meters by the beach, close to shops, supermarket, pubs, restaurants, cinema|
The kitchen is fully accessorised and it is available for use by the student. The living room is the most used room in the house as it has cable and digital TV, computer.
|Florence, Italy: My apartment is opposite Pitti Palace and Boboli Garden, 2 minutes on foot from Old Bridge and Uffizi Gallery, 5 minutes from Old Palace, 5/10 from Duomo. In front of the building where the apartment is located there is the bus stop of bus "D" which takes to the station in 10 minutes. The apartment is new decorated, fully well furnished and very well equipped, with all conforts like air conditioning in all rooms, central heating, TV in all bedrooms, internet, etc....|
|Impruneta, Italy: I'm an experienced teacher of Languages (Italian and Spanish). I live near Florence, in the Chianti countryside. In autumn and winter I can provide you a beautiful accomodation in my private house, located in Impruneta, a small village at 12 km from Florence. The house is surrounded by a wonderful garden and an olive groove. Florence it's one of the most famous cities for its beauty and Tuscany offers you lots of attractions. In summer and spring I can provide you an accomodation in a good hotel|
Kitchen, lounge room with TV and panoramic terrace with view on the city's river.
Very well located, 2 minutes walk to the bus station, 5/10 minutes walk to the main train station (Florence 1h via train), all facilities nearby.
|Oriago di Mira, Venice, Italy: We will visit Venice (the monuments, the islands, the hidden places), the Riviera del Brenta with its beautiful Renaissance villas, Padua and Treviso.
We live in a 4 bedroom house on the outskirts of Venice (Oriago di Mira), only 15 minutes away by bus from this beautiful city, one of the safest cities in the world. The house is situated in the middle of the countryside, on the picturesque Riviera del Brenta, full of the famous Renaissance Villas that can be visited all year round.
|Spinea, Italy: Our house is quite big and surrounded by a garden with a small gym. Spinea, the town where live and it is quiet and nice. All kinds of shops can be found nearby and there is a library and a big park as well. Every 5 or 10 mins direct buses can take you to Venice's historical center in just 20 mins. There is a main station in Mestre - 10 mins by bus to Spinea. It's easy to reach many famous spots around Venice from our home. Nearest International Airport: Venice Marco Polo and Treviso.|
|Sovizzo, Italia: Sovizzo is a beautiful small place between Vicenza and Verona placed in front of Juliet and Romeo Castels on the south side and surrounded on the north by the Piccole Dolomiti Mountains.
In Vicenza, "città del Palladio" so called by Unesco, ten minutes far from our house you could visit "La Rotonda", "la Basilica Palladiana", "Il teatro Olimpico" and other of the most important and known Palladio's architectural works and Villas.