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TESOL Certification Rome | TESOL Italy
The italian capital of rome is an extremely popular location to take your tesol course. We are excellently located near to the Vatican and close to transport links to connect you to the countless other must see locations the city has to offer. The modern, comfortable training facilities combined with a large amount of jobs available throughout italy are good enough, but throw the sheer amount of history; culture and wonder to be discovered in Rome and you are guaranteed a memorable experience.
Rome is one of the most fascinating, historically significant cities in the entire world. Here, old meets new, ancient meets the emerging, in an atmosphere that would seduce anyone. Just imagine experiencing a balmy evening and a delicious ice cream, coffee or wine, sitting on the famous spanish Steps or taking in the Coliseum, one of the modern wonders of the world. This will be a reality when you choose to attend our TESOL course in Rome.
Known as the “Eternal City”, perhaps no other city has contributed as much culture, history or religious significance as Rome. For thousands of years, some of the most famous artists, sculptors, musicians, and political figures the world has ever seen have made their home here and left their mark on the great city. Their influence remains in the form of great landmarks such as the Coliseum, Trevi fountain, Spanish steps, the remains of the Roman forum and of course the truly magnificent master piece, the Sistine chapel. There is also of course the Vatican within Rome; the self-regulated home of the Catholic Church houses its own vast array of treasures and intrigue.
Rome has many places to sit and enjoy its fantastic atmosphere. The cities numerous old squares and cobblestone streets are ideal locations for tourists and locals to meet and talk, or enjoy the exquisite Italian cuisine on the many great restaurant terraces. You could forget which decade you are in as you take in this age old tradition.
Modern Rome has established itself alongside it’s illustrious past and it is a great place to sit back and take in the modern Italian culture, known for its elegance and class. The ancient culture and history is a fine backdrop for what is a thriving, passionate, cosmopolitan city.
The historical centre of Rome is very small and localized, making it very easy to take in the more famous attractions on foot. The city itself however, is a lot larger and takes up a sizeable chunk of the west coast of italy. Access to the rest of the city is provided by an excellent, modern public transport service, which will efficiently get you to your destinations.
One of these destinations might be the tranquil, beautiful Mediterranean beaches Rome is close to. Being able to take in the history of Rome and then reflect on it in such a tranquil environment is a pleasure you have to experience.