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Italian Classes?

by elyse256

I just moved near Monza. I am looking for places that offer classes to learn Italian. Everything I have found is in Milan, but I was hoping to find something closer. Any ideas of where I can look? Thanks

Re: Italian Classes?

by qaminari

This is not a travel but a language course question (why not look at sites aimed at foreigners living in Italy? There are loads). However, see:
http://www.realenglish.it/english/italianCourses.html (Via Galilei, 42, Monza)
http://www.inlinguamonza.it/italiano.htm
http://www.emagister.it/corsi_centro_studi_modus-ef61381.htm

Re: Italian Classes?

by effeti

Look at the link of this search:
http://www.google.it/search?rlz=1C1GGLS_itIT314IT314&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=monza+italiano+per+stranieri

They are in italian but you should be able to understand names and places.
Buona fortuna!
Francesco

Re: Italian Classes?

by Cristian_Uluru

There are some schools in Monza:

http://www.inlinguamonza.it/italiano.htm

http://www.realenglish.it/italiana/italianCoursesi.html

Re: Italian Classes?

by elyse256

Thank you. I think I have found some here that will work wonderfully. I am going to call on Monday. Thank you so much.

Travel Tips for Monza

Bridges of Monza

by croisbeauty

Unfortunatelly, not much of the medieval Monza have survived. The city walls were pulled down completely and only a traces of it can be seen. As a matter of fact, Monza is one of the very few Italian cities in which the compact historic centre do not exsist.
This one is the only remaining medieval bridge of Monza.

Bridges of Monza

by croisbeauty

The Lion Bridge is a kind of emblem of the town. It was built on the site where once Roman bridge stood, a remainings of which can be seen on the other side of the river bank. The monumental white-stone bridge is characteristic for its four lion statues.

drainage

by Aurorae

The streets of Monza are a bit "ravined" in the middle, as the water gathers there to the drainage when it rains, the drainage holes are just in the middle of the walking area!!! I found it very strange, i got used on them being at the side...

Mose Bianchi

by croisbeauty

The statute to Mose Bianchi (1840-1904), great Italian painter who was born and died in Monza, stands in Piazza San Pietro Martire, right in front of the ononimous church. Besides the paintings, he is also famous for his frescoe works in religious buildings, inspired by the work of Gianbatttista Tiepolo.

Mozzanico

by croisbeauty

Never heard of Mozzanico before but when approaching to it I saw a kind of tall medieval tower and have decided to explore it. I found this village very pitoresque, in particularly colourful local houses situated along the banks of an small river.

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