Italian for Travellers Level 1

What to Bring

  • Textbook: Buongiorno Italia, new edition. BBC. Available from or at your local bookshop
  • Pen and paper

What to Wear

  • casual

Italian for Travellers Level 1

About This Class

What You Will Learn

  • Basic language ideal for travelling and for beginners
  • Ask for service
  • Lots of practical and useful information on Italy and Italian culture

What You Get

  • Practical and useful language and information
  • The basics of the language
  • Important info on rules and regulations every traveller must know
  • Small groups and lots of repetition with exercises and role-plays


At Italian Connections we love the Italian language and culture, that's why we have decided to share this passion with you.

Learn essential everyday language for travelling in Italy. You will learn all the language relating to the typical travellers' scenarios: greetings and introductions, ordering food and drinks, asking for directions, asking for help, making requests in hotels, taking about yourself and asking others etc.

Lots of cultural and practical information provided. We will also give you some important tips as welll as info on rules and laws, essential for travelling. Regions, cuisine and itineraries will also be discussed.

The travellers' course is also the ideal class to start off with Italian as it will give you a good base before moving on next term to our Beginnners' classes which focus more on language and grammar.

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Sep 2016
Italian for Travellers Level 1 - 30 Jul 2016 11:30 AM

My teacher was Manuella who was encouraging, and fun to learn from. The class were great people and we 6 pupils got on well with each other. The course was what I expected and I was happy with the content of the course, I hope the same pupils continue next term. It would be great if any pupils left and did not want there books to donate to Italian Connections for new pupils to purchase cheaper than Abbeys.