OK, so we admit it, Bologna doesn’t have the best climate in Italy.
It’s cold and humid in the winter, and hot and humid in the summer.
Spring and autumn are lovely, but spring is nearly over, and autumn is not for a good bit, yet.
Weather isn’t everything, though.
As we reported recently, Lonely Planet has chosen Emilia Romagna to top its list of 2018 travel destinations in Europe, a great honour, we think.
And the regional capital of Emilia Romagna is, you guessed it, Bologna.
A beautiful medieval city which is also one of the world’s gastronomic capitals, plus a fantastic Italian school (read our reviews).
What more could you want?
But the weather…?
Not to worry.
Since moving to our new premises this time last year, Madrelingua Italian language school has AIR-CONDITIONING IN ALL CLASSROOMS, as well as in the communal areas of the school!
So you can book your summer Italian course safe in the knowledge that, if it gets hot and sticky, there’s an air-conditioning remote control at hand!
For more information about studying Italian in Bologna this summer, follow these links:
Or contact us for a personal reply to your questions!