Discover Italian Culture
To learn Italian means understand Italian culture. Italian is a musical language. Italian is the first language of music and opera worldwide.
Pizza, spaghetti, pasta, mozzarella, polenta, cappuccino, espresso, caffelatte, the list of Italian words which have come into the British High Street and become part of normal English goes on and on.
At the time of the Renaissance, Italy produced outstanding multi-talented artists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo Buonarroti. The architecture of Rome is still one of the marvels of the world.
Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Valentino, Versace are the names which are associated with elegance and style.
In the 20th century Italian design flair and engineering skills have given us exclusive cars such as Ferrari, Maserati and Lamborghini.
Lingua e Cultura italiana
Imparare l'italiano per conoscere la cultura e le tradizioni dell'Italia, una nazione che grazie
all'arte e al cibo riesce a farsi apprezzare e conoscere nel mondo.
Learning Italian we get to know the culture and traditions of Italy, a nation which thanks to its art
and food has succeded to make itself well known and appreciated in the world.
Italians take their food and the lunch hour very seriously. Italian cuisine is strongly influenced by local history and traditions, as well as by the local and seasonal availability of products. Each region of Italy has its own regional food specialties.
At the time of the Renaissance, Italy produced outstanding multi-talented artists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo Buonarroti.
Born in 1947, Ferrari has always produced vehicles at its current site and has maintained its directions. It has progressively widened its range using visionary planning both on a design level and on the quality of work produced.