A door to Italy

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The language school "A door to Italy" was founded in Genoa, Italy in 2002. The school is situated in the heart of Genova in an elegant and fascinating building of the 19th century and easily reachable by bus or train.

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School Facilities

  • Common Room / Lounge
  • Computers / Internet Access
  • Library
  • Snack Bar / Canteen
  • Multimedia Facilities
  • Self Study Room

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School rate: 5.00

Nationality Mix

  • 32% Russian Federation
  • 19% Germany
  • 11% United States of America
  • 9% France
  • 7% Poland
  • 6% Japan
  • 4% Australia
  • 4% Belgium
  • 3% Brazil
  • 1% Argentina


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  • Valentine's day


Study Italian in Italy at A door to Italy, Italian language school in Genoa

The Italian language school A Door to Italy offers Italian language courses at any level, from beginners (A1) to advanced (C2).

Our Italian language courses are available all year round and in different time slots.

We offer extensive and intensive courses, long-term courses, different cultural programs and preparatory courses to Italian language certifications. A specialist course, designed to the different interpreters' needs, is addressed to professional interpreters and interpreting students who have almost finished their studies.

Choose the Italian language course that better fits you and learn Italian with us!

Italian language courses, held by skilled and professional teachers, take place in our welcoming school in the heart of Genoa, close to Cinque Terre and Portofino.

Different solutions of accommodation and many free time activities are available to join the study of the Italian language to a pleasant stay.

A Door to Italy is specialized in offering high quality services and assistance to people wishing to find an internship in different fields. Foreigner students are welcome.



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Video students drawn from a particular day in February 2011
 learn Italian while singing
Video delivery diplomas August 2014
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