Our Top 3 Places to Learn French in the South of France!
The wide range of locations in the south of France can leave you spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing where to learn a French. From beautiful beaches on the French Riviera to the charming, picturesque towns of Provence, there are many place to choose from. What’s more, you can also combine your French course with cooking lessons, wine tasting, or surfing! Here are out Top 3 places to Learn French in the South of France.
Top 3 French Summer Camps in France for Children and Teens
As one of the most spoken languages in the world, with more than 200 million speakers across the world, French is also one of the most widely learned foreign languages. Learning French brings opportunities and can open many doors for young learners. A good command of French can facilitating studying for a degree in France, and it is also often a pre-requisite for working in many of the world’s top organisations, such as the United Nations. Choose one of our Top 3 French Summer Camps in France, home to Musée du Louvre and Cannes International Film Festival, and improve not only your child’s French language skills but also their opportunities in life. Continue reading Top 3 French Summer Camps in France
A language holiday is not only a great way to experience a new country or city whilst improving your language skills, it is also an investment in your future. It’s important to understand how to make the most of your language holiday and know about the language holiday tips and tricks that will help you achieve your language learning goals in no time at all! Travel and language blogger and author, The Intrepid Guide, gives us her top 5 tips based on her own experience and professional opinion. Continue reading How To Make the Most of Your Language Holiday
9 Things to Know About Learning Spanish – Your Questions Answered!
Are you looking to learn Spanish? Do you want to find out if you can be fluent in Spanish in 6 months? Do you want to travel across the world and discover new cultures? To help you get the most of your Spanish course, here are 9 things you should know about learning Spanish.
The Best Italian Language Schools – From Naples to Venice!
Can you imagine a better way to learn Italian than to immerse yourself in ‘la Dolce Vita’ and to head to the promised land of pizza, pasta, wine and romance? Neither can we! A language holiday in Italy at one of the Best Italian Schools is an incomparable opportunity to get to know the Italian culture, cuisine and lifestyle, all whilst learning the language.
With Cactus you can travel to more than 10 cities across the country. We know how important it can be to choose the best school that fits your specific needs and that’s why our team of experts has put together a list of the Best Italian Language Schools to help you select your perfect Italian language learning get away!
Central Naples: our Italian Ministry of Education accredited school offers both standard general Italian courses and the possibility for you to combine language learning with Italian cooking lessons. Indulge in homemade authentic Italian pizza in the very birthplace of pizza!
Situated in the heart of the university district of Naples, close to both the seaside and the main attractions, the location offers a relaxed, youthful atmosphere. Naples is a truly charming, authentically South-Italian city where you can live like the locals. You can also visit Pompeii, the Amalfi Coast and also the Islands of Capri and Procida.
Campo Santa Margherita: our EDUITALIA accredited school offers general Italian language courses of different intensities, as well as a standard course combined with cooking, art or history. Our Venice school offers a chance to learn Italian in this fairy-tale like floating city built on 118 islands, connected to each other by 354 bridges.
Venice is a magical city characterised by bridges, canals, masked festivals and romance. Make your Venice dream come true by booking an Italian language course in this one-of-a-kind destination.
Ponte Vecchio: is a unique location overlooking the river Arno as well as Ponte Vecchio, one of the most famous sights of the city. Our EDUITALIA accredited school offers general courses, as well as a combination of Italian and cooking. There is also a course aimed for more mature language learners over the age of 40.
The 40+ course combines Italian lessons with a variety of cultural activities, such as visits to museums, vineyards and artisanal shops. In addition to these activities you can take a Tuscan tales-programme, where you study in Florence for one week, and then take your second week on the stunning Island of Elba.
Roma Termini: undeniably has a lot to offer its students, situated right next to Rome Termini, just walking distance from the Colosseum and many more world-renown landmarks that will all be on your ‘must-see’ list for Rome.
Our Italian Ministry of Education and EAQUALS accredited school offers general Italian courses both in the morning and in the afternoon. The school offers language plus courses that combine Italian with either cooking or cultural activities, and the school also specialises in 50+ programmes.
Central Sorrento: this school offers a standard course, an Italian + cooking course as well as a fifty plus programme. Outside of class the school offers a range of activities! You can choose from cooking and gelato-making sessions and visits to local mozzarella, olive oil and limoncello factories. Even though Sorrento is a small town, there’s a lot to do!
Sorrento offers a warm small-town atmosphere and stunning views. Sorrento is also close to the stunning Amalfi Coast where the impressive rocky cliffs meet the sea. The Amalfi Drive, or SS163, in undoubtedly one of the most gorgeous road-trips in Europe.