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Here we gather all the information that might be useful for you, trying to answer your questions about life in Florence and the experiences here at Europass, and will tell you all about life in our small and welcoming school.

We are going to share all those little moments that help to curate the atmosphere of a place, which everyone who comes here love and are surprised by!

Your Italian roots – Europass for 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation Italians

your italian roots

“A specific kind of light“Extraordinary storiesEuropass commitmentTell us your story, get the 10% discount As we often say, Europass is committed to spread Italian language and culture around the world. But this mission is even more important when it happens to meet students who are second, third, fourth generation Italians, who come to our country […]

Best Movies to Learn Italian

The best films to learn italian

For beginners“La vita è bella” (“Life is beautiful”)“La meglio gioventù” (“The Best of Youth”)“Manuale d’amore” (“Manual of Love”)Intermediate level“Viva la libertà” (“Long Live Freedom”)“Nuovo Cinema Paradiso” (“Cinema Paradiso”)“Il Portaborse” (“The Yes Man”)“Pane e tulipani” (“Bread and tulips”)Advanced level“La Grande Bellezza” (“The Great Beauty”)“La Dolce Vita”“I Cento Passi” (“One Hundred Steps”) Watching movies in the original […]

The Best TV Series to Learn Italian

For BeginnersUn Medico in FamigliaTutti Pazzi per AmoreDistretto di PoliziaIntermediate LevelI MediciThe Young Pope1992   Advanced LevelIl Commissario MontalbanoRomanzo CriminaleGomorra TV series are a fun and useful way to learn and improve your level of Italian. You can test yourself on the comprehension and the listening, and you can learn new words or common sayings. In […]

Palazzo Galletti: our School in the Heart of Florence

Palazzo Galletti - Location in Florence

The history of the buildingThe genius behind Palazzo GallettiSome architectural notesPalazzo Galletti today The history of the building Palazzo Galletti is located in Via Sant’Egidio n.12, just a few steps from the Duomo, Piazza della Signoria and the Basilica of Santa Croce. The roots of the building date back to the 19th century. Built in […]

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