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Scuola Leonardo da Vinci: The Dole Vita Program arrives in Turin

Published Lynne on Tuesday, October 12, 2021

La Dolce Vita Study Program in Turin

Turin, with its 18 km of arcades, is one of the most fascinating and mysterious cities in Italy, deeply linked to the history of our country.

The opening of a new Leonardo da Vinci school in Turin and the offer of the “Dolce Vita” program also in this city are some of our news for 2021.

Walking through the streets of Turin means retracing the millennial history of the Savoy dynasty, which in 1861 made Italy a united country and Turin its first capital. Visitors remain enchanted by the refined Savoy residences, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and by their luxuriant vegetation gardens that recall the elegant life of the Turin court and the always vivid relationship of the Savoy with France.

In the historic cafes of the center, where intellectuals and politicians like Cavour gathered, it is still possible to savor the atmosphere of the Risorgimento and above all the delicious chocolate produced by expert craftsmen.

Those who visit Piedmont, home of great wines, cannot miss the opportunity to taste a glass of Barolo and to taste the famous Bagna Caoda, the most convivial traditional dish in which the best seasonal vegetables are combined with a hot sauce based on garlic and anchovies.

For those coming to Turin for the first time, a visit to the Egyptian Museum is a must, the second in the world for the importance of its exhibits, and the extraordinary and interactive Museum of Cinema. Impossible to think of losing the “aperitivo” at the Quadrilatero or San Salvario.

Autumn is one of the best times of the year to visit the Savoy capital and Piedmont: the temperatures are mild and the hills of Langhe and Monferrato are colored our students can make beautiful excursions in these territories and participate in folkloric and food and wine events such as Festival delle Sagre and the Palio of Asti or the International Truffle Fair of Alba.

All this is foreseen in the Dolce Vita Program organized by our school in Turin: students will participate in the mornings in our international classes and the afternoons and weekends will be dedicated to the discovery of the wonders of Piedmont together with a tour guide who is part of our staff.

Everyone falls in love with our city and wants to come back!

 



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