Our School & Location
Scuola Tricolore is situated in Genoa a captivating, unspoilt city with a truly Italian flavour. Formerly one of the most powerful city-states in the world, and a pioneer of exploration, Genoa possesses a profusion of palaces and great historical riches. Learn Italian in Genoa and spend days wandering back in time through the medieval streets of the city. In the scenic centre of Genoa, just a short walk from the seafront, our school occupies a beautifully restored historic building. Youâ€™ll learn Italian in large, bright classrooms with native, qualified, native Italian-speaking teachers who love their work. Students do not come to Italy only to study Italian and learn about Italian culture, but they also come to relax, mingle, eat, drink and laugh. Thus, Scuola Tricolore is about studying Italian with good taste and lots of fun and interaction.
Our Courses & Leisure
We offer all year round a wide range of Italian courses: standard group courses, individual lessons, combined courses – both group and individual – and customised individual courses, such as Italian for law, business, medicine and tourism.
For special needs we provide special crash courses, weekend classes, specialised conversational classes, Italian + cooking courses and University and exam preparation courses. We cover all levels (from level A1 to C2) and all courses are available throughout the year from one week up to a year. Long-term courses are offered at discounted rates. Our classes have a maximum size of 10 students, thus our teacher can give the right attention to all our students. The school is official exam centre for the University for Foreigners in Siena (CILS certification).
In addition we offer numerous leisure activities and excursions, like wine tastings, cooking courses, aperitivi, hiking tours, sailing trips, city walks, free seminars, Italian movies and more. Discover Genoa with our special tours: guided tour of historical specialty stores of Genoa, of the Cemetery of Staglieno and the Historical Churches of Genoa.