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Florence   The city of Florence, known as the "Cradle of the Renaissance" has approximately 700,000 inhabitants and is easy to reach by train or car. It offers the visitor numerous museums, churches, monuments and offers various artistic and cultural events year-round. The city's position in central Italy allows students to partake of interesting city excursions to Venice, Rome or the seaside.


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Milan   Milan, dating back at least 2,500 years, is a historic city, with Gothic cathedrals and museums brimming with fine works, but it is also a modern city, the centre of Italy's fashion and design industry. Nightlife and the arts flourish in Milan, with offerings ranging from stately operas to lively dance clubs and a small but well-tuned jazz scene.


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Pisa   Pisa, a city of great historical and cultural interest in the heart of Tuscany, is considered the ideal place for studying Italian. Pisa also has a convenient geographical situation, as it is only a few miles away from Florence, Lucca, Volterra, Siena; the sea is only a four mile distance and can easily be reached by public transportation.


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Portico di Romagna   Portico di Romagna has remained a picturesque and historical little town, situated in one of the many Appenine valleys between Tuscany and Emilia Romagna. It is an interesting place which invites one to relax and to enjoy life outdoors.


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Rome   Rome is a city offering infinite possibilities for enjoying its beauty, history and lifestyle. Side by side with the Rome of the ancient times is a modern and lively metropolis with a vast range of sights and entertainment to delight its visitors.


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Siena   Siena is a city of contrasts, from the medieval treasures to be found within its city walls to the modern shops and facilities to be found all around the city. It is a small city but has a large student population (of both Italians and foreigners), meaning that there are plenty of places to go and things to do in your free time - from bars and clubs to restaurants and pizzerias; from theatres and cinemas to museums and art galleries.


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Sorrento   Located just to the south of Naples, Sorrento stands on a dramatic line of 150-foot cliffs, looking north across the Bay of Naples. Sorrento, with its luxuriant vegetation and sun-drenched climate, became a favorite resort of wealthy Romans. A cliff-top setting, an imposing cathedral in the main piazza, a Franciscan church with a distinctive 13th-century cloister, and a charming, flower-filled town draws thousands of modern-day visitors as well.


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Taormina, Sicily   The town of Taormina is an important archaeological location. There are many iimportant monuments in town, from the Greek period to Roman, Byzantine, Arab, Norman, Spanish, French, Baroque, etc. With a strong vocation for tourism, Taormina offers many opportunities in the way of hotels, restaurants, bars, discos, entertainment and sports (windsurfing, scuba diving, mountain-biking, canyoning, rafting, tennis and golf).


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Viareggio   Viareggio is one of the traditional and famous seaside resorts of Tuscany. The wide, endless beaches, the excellent cuisine and the exciting night life with its well-known discus of the `Versilia' - all contribute to render Viareggio a favorite holiday resort.


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