Learn Italian in Bagni di Lucca

Laura Poggi, from the gorgeous Casa Tolomei in Via Umberto I in La Villa, is starting a small language school. She and her family have many years of experience and Laura is keen to start a new venture in Bagni di Lucca.

In a previous post I wrote about the amazing transformation Laura and her husband Andy have achieved in the house where Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning spent a couple of summers in the 19th century.  They bought it 5 years ago and have brought the beautiful house back to life. See the post here.

Work continues, but a couple of rooms are now available to rent and Laura can turn her attention to Italian lessons. This beautiful room will be for small groups. Larger groups will be in another part of the house.

It is possible to have one on one lessions with Laura, or to be part of a group lesson, the classes are flexible. Laura is delightful and I know her classes will be a lot of fun, the best way to learn a new language. Whether you are a beginner or more advanced, a course can be tailored for you.

Residential courses are also available, where you can stay at Casa Tolomei, take lessons in the morning and practise your Italian while exploring the villages.

Please email Laura at poggilaura@gmail.com for more information.

http://www.casaTolomei.com

Pleaee share this post with anyone you think might enjoy learning Italian in Bagni di Lucca.

22 thoughts on “Learn Italian in Bagni di Lucca

  1. It is an excellent initiative and a great opportunity for prospective students to combine formal learning with homestays facilitating a total immersion, the best way to learn a foreign language. I wish Laura lots of success.

  2. Reblogged this on Margaret River & Beyond and commented:
    If you are looking for the experience of a lifetime and would love to go to Italy and the beautiful region of Bagni di Lucca in Tuscany to learn Italian, then this post by our friend Debra could be what you are looking for. If you need any information I would be very happy to help guide you in the right direction.

  3. Pingback: Lezioni di lingua Italiana/ Italian’s lessons – Pro Loco Bagni di Lucca

  4. I spent some time in Lucca and Barga in musical tours and workshops when I was in college. My voice teacher was from Lucca and always maintained that the purest form of spoken Italian was to be found in Lucca. A good setting for a language school 🙂

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