On Sunday you'll arrive at Peretola airport. From there it's a quick journey to Santa Maria del Fiore train station in Florence and not much further to your hotel.
Your language course will begin in the morning. Your Italian skills will be polished up and put to the test in a small group. After a small relaxing icebreaker session with a champagne reception, we'll set off on a discovery tour in the evening.
OK, we'll put you out of your misery: On Tuesday you'll get to see il Duomo di Firenze, the cathedral that has long been a symbol of Italy's breathtaking architecture. You'll even have the chance to walk the 463 steps to the top of the dome. The view over Florence will blow you away. The bell tower also deserves a closer look as it was well ahead of its time in terms of architecture. A tip: The best photo opportunity is from the panorama terrace of Il Grande Museo Del Duomo.
Art is not only visual: on Wednesday you'll experience the extraordinary sounds of the opera. Rather than a big and crowded show, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the almost familiar and informal atmosphere that await you in the Santa Monaca church. As close to the soprano as you'll ever get!
Tuscany is famous for its delicious cuisine. Accompany us for an aperitif before reaching your own conclusion. To mark the occasion the first round is on us! Buon appetito!
Starting at Piazza della Signoria, we'll show you the most striking sights of the city and tell you their stories. Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo Veccio, Ponte Veccio and more...
Now you know Florence and the Italian language, it's time to discover Tuscany! We'll visit San Gimignano. Even before we arrive you'l be captivated by the landscapes passing us by on our way. San Gimignano itself is perched on a small hill and known as the Manhattan of the Middle Ages due to its many towers!
Sunday brings the indisputable highlight of your trip: The Uffizi. It's thanks to the infinite wealth and goodness of the Medici family that numerous priceless works of art are available for us all to see today.
When one thinks of Tuscany, it's normally with a glass of wine in one's hand. In the middle of one of the world's major areas of cultivation, Florence offers excellent opportunities to find the world's finest wines. After a professional wine tasting, you'll feel like a true connoisseur.
After such an exciting weekend and eventful Monday, we'll leave you to your own devices on Tuesday. Relax, enjoy the city and stroll through the alleyways - when will you next find yourself in such a lovely place?
Many are content with mere copies, but not on your active Sprachcaffe trip! On Wednesday we'll accompany you to the Accademia di Belle Arti. Although it reads like a poem it is, in fact, one of the world's most prestigious art schools. However, it's mostly known for Michelangelo's masterpiece: David - the original, by the way!
When discovering Florence, we think a little bit of Italian cliché can be a part of it. We won't take you to any old pizzeria, but to a course in how to make dough, sauce and toppings into a delicacy for you to dig into.
Did you know that Florence is also the fashion capital of Italy? Nowhere else in Italy will you find more creative designers, traditional handwork or new collections. Everything that reaches the catwalk in Milan has to first make its claim in Florence. Let's go to a studio and watch the artisans at work.
After so many impressions and memories you'll be tempted to miss your return flight. Don't worry: everyone who visits Florence returns in no time!