2018: our booklets have taken on color! And of course we could not forget our city, and its monuments.  Santa Croce, Battistero, Palazzo Vecchio – and coming soon: San Giovanni cathedral.  Four booklets, six levels, from A1 through C2, the whole Italian language grammar explained.

The basic content did not change, but it is always updated, thanks to the work of our teachers and the feedback from the students: to secure a continuous improvement. Included in the price of the course, naturally.

El mercado Central San Lorenzo Florencia — Mi blog Adoro Florencia Italia

El segundo piso del mercado central de San Lorenzo en Florencia se puede degustar cualquier plato de comida tipica fiorentina, toscana e italiana. Es así que a la hora del almuerzo o de la cena es la atracción culinaria para los turistas y para los mismos florentinos. La estructura è histórica y de propiedad del…

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Early morning, Fortezza & Pitti Uomo

Same place, same hour, 7.30 in the morning, just got off the bus. The bus stop area at Montelungo (which a side entrance to the central railway station of Santa Maria Novella), at the side of the Fortezza da Basso, today looks like this:


Pitti Uomo Fashion Show is over, and all this trucks are waiting to enter the field of the fairground and reload the fair equipment (most of them are heading to Milan, for the following fashion fair). During the day this queue will lenghten to some kilometers. Better to avoid any car today and go by public means of transportation. Still better, go walking. Florence is a small city. Just 50 minutes walk from home to work…

Early morning, Fortezza

On the other side of the Railway Station Santa Maria Novella, the “Fortezza da Basso”, designed by Michelangelo as defense of the Florentine Republic, thousand times remodeled and redone, now home to most of the Pitti fairs


from anywhere you arrive, Fortezza da Basso is one of the symbolic points of Florence that indicate the end of the “periferia” and the beginning of the “centro storico”.