If you want to study Italian and meet many new people from all over the world while learning about the culture, cooking, history, and taking advantage of the sun, the sea and the relaxed lifestyle here in Italy, then OMNILINGUA is the perfect place for you!
OMNILINGUA is a school with an very friendly and opened atmosphere and that is what the school is most proud of. There is also a constant flow of native Italian students here, because OMNILINGUA also offers foreign language courses to locals. The school organises many social and cultural activities like pizza nights, movie nights, beach volleyball, tennis, excursions, disco nights, guided visits, etc. The local students also take part in these activities, this allows our foreign students to improve their Italian during their free time and make new friends.
When you book a language course, there is also included: a written and oral entry test, all the text books you need, photocopies etc. On the first day we have a guided visit of Sanremo and all students will get a welcome pack which includes: further information about the city of Sanremo and the school, a list of things that you can do in Sanremo, the cultural and social activities, a map of the city and a student card for discounts in different bars, restaurants, ice cream parlours and shops in the Sanremo.
Students have access to computers and free WI-FI. And for help with class activities or lessons, our video library is available as a resource. Furthermore, we have many DVDs which students can rent and watch in their free time.
Each lesson lasts 50 minutes and takes place from Monday to Friday. Also students will get a certificate of attendance at the end of the course.
If you need a babysitter for your child, while taking your course, we also offer a trustworthy babysitting service.
Located on the western end of the Ligurian Riviera, the city of Sanremo and its 60,000 inhabitants are surrounded by beautiful rock cliffs and the blue Ligurian sea. The Ligurian Riviera, stretches right along the coast from Cinque Terre and Portofino up to Monte Carlo on the Côte Azur. The city was named as the home for the World Association of the Nobel Peace Prize, and is also known as ‘La Città della Pace’ and the City of Flowers. The historical centre of Sanremo is famous for the Ariston Theatre (home to the Italian Music Festival), the wide promenades filled with palm trees, elegant boutiques and typical Italian markets. Because of its diversity of artistic, cultural, sporting and social events and mild weather, Sanremo is an attractive holiday paradise all year long. Sanremo is also famous for its flower growing industry, and exports flowers all over the world every year.
Via Roma 14, 18038 Sanremo, Italy