Parola school is located is in the historic center of Florence near the most relevant art works and monuments of the city

Great Location in Florence of Parola School

Parola Italian Language School is in The Heart of Florence

Learning Italian with Parola school also means to enjoy the center of Florence. As a matter of fact, our Italian language school is very much appreciated for its excellent strategic location in the historic center of Florence near Santa Croce Church, Ponte Vecchio or the Uffizi Gallery.

Parola Italian language school is centrally located and its headquarters is in a XVI century building designed by Giorgio Vasari, painter, writer and architect that designed the Uffizi Gallery.

Parola language school is very close to one of the world’s most beautiful churches, the Basilica of Santa Croce, which is situated at the end of the block in Borgo Santa Croce, 4 in Florence. Santa Croce Church has frescoes by Giotto and houses the tombs of great Italians such as Michelangelo, Galileo Galilei, Alfieri, Machiavelli, Foscolo, and Rossini.

Around Parola Italian Language School in Florence

Parola is one of the best-localized school in Florence: around our Italian language school, there are several Italian coffee shops and Tuscan cuisine restaurants with affordable prices and a convenient supermarket as well.

Parola school also provides some good recommendations for reasonably priced trattorias, groceries, coffee shops, supermarkets, and places to have lunch.

Parola Italian Language School on The Florence City Map

Our Italian language school is in the heart of the historic center of Florence.

Reach Parola Italian Language School in Florence

There are easy ways to reach our Italian language school in Florence such as public transportation or taxi, but on foot is the easiest way! Ask us by calling our school at 055-242182.

Contact Parola Italian Language School

Please, contact our Florentine office, which is at your complete disposal to give you information about how to reach Parola school’s location in the center of Florence.