We operate at our headquarters in Padova (Italy) and offers courses in 5 additional locations around Europe, including Barcelona (Spain), Dublin (Ireland), Florence (Italy), Rome (Italy), and Valletta (Malta). Please, read below more information about our locations!
Padova (in Italian) or Padua (in English) is a picturesque town in Veneto, known for its university and history. It is also where Galileo Galilei made his most important discoveries, where William Shakespeare set the Taming of the Shrew and where Oscar Wilde set The Duchess of Padua.
It is also a great place for innovation, creativity and recreation.
Compared to the busier cities of Venice and Verona, Padova is calm and peaceful, allowing visitors to stroll the historic centre and marvel at its architecture without bumping into groups of tourists. Venice and Verona are easy to reach on half-day or full-day trips.
Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain and the largest city in the Catalonia region. It’s a modern and innovative yet ancient city that blends the new with the old to preserve and celebrate the past.
The city is often placed among the most livable cities in the world and it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.
It is renowned for its breath-taking architecture thanks to Gaudí’s peculiar style, delicious food, and diverse culture. The literature enthusiasts will probably remember the city also for being the background of “Shadow of the wind” one of the bestselling books of all time and a masterpiece by Ruiz Zafón.
Dublin constantly re-invents itself and is globally connected, socially and economically progressive, deeply welcoming and steeped in rich heritage and culture. While booming with tech giants and being a UNESCO City of Literature, Dublin retains its village-like charms, with historic neighborhoods reminders of gentler, slower-moving times.
It’s also the city of Ireland’s top-ranked high-level educational institution, Trinity College, and is home to Ireland’s legendary brew, Guinness.
Just outside the city, along the coast and easily reachable, are some truly beautiful seaside towns and places to visit.
Florence is in the Italian region of Tuscany, a region famous for its green hills and small villages. It has a population of about 380,000 people and is visited by approximately ten million tourists each year.
Known for its art, architecture, and culture, Florence was the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and is home to many of the world’s most famous artworks, including Michelangelo and Donatello’s statues of David. There are many reasons to visit Florence, from its street art to its gelato.
Whether you’re interested in art, architecture, literature, or good food, you’ll find something to love in this beautiful city.
Italy’s capital city is the third most visited city in Europe after London and Paris and attracts over seven million tourists a year.
Its history spans more than two thousand years and in the same city you can see next to each other roman ruins and modern architecture. Innovative projects and initiative are in addition a central point of the city where you can visit one of the biggest faire on innovation of the world.
Rome is a city with something for everyone, if you’re looking for history, art, and culture, the city has more than enough to offer with art galleries, museums, and well-preserved ancient ruins. It’s also one of the cities with the highest number of green spaces thanks to its parks and villas spread all around the city.
Valletta is one of the world’s smallest capitals, with a population of just over 6,000. It is a unique and fascinating destination that provides an excellent base for exploring the rest of Malta.
The city and the entire island are home to important historical and cultural sites, including the Palace of the Grand Masters and Fort St. Elmo.
Its history of occupations and colonisation by many different countries made this island incredibly diverse in its architecture, traditions and food.
Valletta is also a great place to enjoy the Mediterranean lifestyle, with plenty of cafes, restaurants, and bars.
“Mobility and cooperation” will originate further activities in other cities in Europe. Are you interested in other locations? Would you like to welcome our course participants at your school or train them? Please, contact us and tell us more!