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The school of Italian language and culture Federico II is located in Catania, one of the liveliest cities throughout Italy, situated on the east coast of Sicily. The city of Catania, offers the...

Our first goal of linguae world is to have our clientele improve and use the language in daily bases. We have a simple and good tactic used with children, teenagers, adults, and professional people...

The school is located in the beautiful baroque city center of Catania, two minutes on foot from famous shops of Via Etnea. It is located in a special position near the station of both train and...

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Being a barista is something that can be done wherever there is a coffee house, but the role finds its roots in the Italian tradition of coffee making, and with the Terzi Coffee School you can finally learn this incredible and refined trade.

The Terzi Coffeehouses of Italy provide the chance to take part in lessons and courses at the Terzi School for Coffee and Foodies, located in Vignola , no matter your starting skill level. Coffee lovers, baristas and tourists who seek a truly Italian hands-on experience will be taught by an English-speaking (other languages available) master barista all about the different types and techniques of coffee making and most of the classes – that range between short, half-day ones, one-day experiences and multi-day classes – also include breakfast, lunch and/or dinner of the best local Emilia Romagna dishes.

The world of coffee is wonderful, and perhaps a bit complicated at first glance, but the Terzi School of Italy just opened its doors and it’s a chance to learn all you wanted to know about coffee you just can’t miss.

Do you know… more than 500-billion cups of coffee are consumed worldwide each year? And, at least 14-billion of them are Italian espressos.

While I was in Italy, I had the opportunity to learn more about the culture of fine coffee from Mr. Andrea Illy, the Chairman and CEO of illycaffe . If you’re not familiar with illycaffe, it is an international Italian roasting company that specializes in the production of espresso. The company was founded in 1933 by Francesco Illy, who developed the modern espresso machine. Later, the company was led by his son, Ernesto, and now, Andrea represents the third generation of family leadership.

Andrea graciously took us on a helicopter ride from Milan to Trieste, to tour the illycaffe factory. Trieste is the Adriatic port town where coffee first entered Europe. It was a delightful and very informative visit.