Wanna Be Italiano!

Learn Italian with a Native teacher by walking in the city centre of Verona

 

After having met our local Italian teacher at Veronality InfoPoint with the rest of the small group, begin the day with a nice espresso from a local bar near Castelvecchio. Then continue the walk along Via Roma till you reach the central square Piazza Brà where the old Roman Theatre Arena is located. Here you will learn basic expressions to communicate with the locals and you will have the opportunity to practice the Italian language with games and roleplays. The tour will continue passing by main squares and monuments of the city, such as Juliet’s balcony and Piazza Erbe. Here you could stop by a shop or a local market and practice how to buy something in Italian. At some point you will enter in a bar or a local Osteria to taste some typical food and learn how to order your meal. This experience can improve your holidays in Italy with no need to search for Italian translation all day long! You will walk away not only with some knowledge of Italian but also with a real taste of Italy and its culture.


BOOKING: required 24 hrs in advance


WHEN: Monday - Saturday, all year round, at 9.30 am


DURATION: 3 hours


WHERE: 10 minutes prior at VERONALITY InfoPoint, in Stradone Porta Palio, 23 - Verona


NOTE: Minimum numbers of 2 apply (There's a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there aren't enough reservations. In this case you'll be offered an alternative or full refund)


INCLUDES: Qualified native teacher, Didactic material, coffee and food tasting


EXCLUDES: Food and drinks , Hotel pickup and drop-off


 

Additional Information

Meeting Point
VERONALITY INFOPOINT in Stradone Porta Palio, 23 - Verona

Begin the tour with a nice espresso from a local bar near Castelvecchio. Then continue the walk along Via Roma till you reach the central square Piazza Brà where the old Roman Theatre Arena is located. Here you will learn basic expressions to communicate with the locals and you will have the opportunity to practice the Italian language with games and roleplays. The tour will continue passing by main squares and monuments of the city, such as Juliet’s balcony and Piazza Erbe. Here you could stop by a shop or a local market and practice how to buy something in Italian. At some point you will enter in a bar or a local Osteria to taste some typical food and learn how to order your meal. This experience can improve your holidays in Italy with no need to search for Italian translation all day long! You will walk away not only with some knowledge of Italian but also with a real taste of Italy and its culture.

Highlights

  • Learn basic expressions to communicate with the locals and you will have the opportunity to practice the Italian language with games and roleplays
  • Explore the city centre
  • Taste some typical food and learn how to order your meal
  • Small-group tours limited to 8 ensures a more personalized experience

Route

  1. Verona