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New! Italian Language and Alabaster sculpture

This course includes 20 lesson hours Italian course and two half days alabaster sculpting..

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€ 798 per person, 1 week (7 nights)

Rate includes :

  • Accommodation in double room for 7 nights (arriving on Saturday and leaving on Saturday). Italian lessons are from Monday to Friday.
  • Half board (buffet breakfast and 4-course dinner, drinks not included)
  • 20 lesson hours per week (Italian Language) and Sculpting with alabaster two half days
  • Free bus transfer from and to Volterra on arrival and departure days for guests travelling with public transport.

Rate does not include:

  • Single room supplement (€ 175 per week)
  • Drinks at dinner
  • Entrance fees to museums, exhibitions etc.
  • City tax 1€ per person/night. City tax is chargeable for a maximum of 3 nights

Italian lessons, without accommodation:

At Villa Palagione it is possible to participate at the Italian & Sculpting courses without booking accommodation nor half board.

The course "Italian language and Alabaster sculpting" is organised by the German education association "Dialoge International e.V." and it is realized by the Italian culture association "Villa Palagione Centro Interculturale".