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50+ Language Schools Recommendations? Experience?

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I would like to attend a language school in Italy later this year. I have not decided if I want to studyin a larger city, e.g., Florence or a small city, e.g., Lucca. My initial research has shown some programs geared to students over 50 years of age, frequently identiifed as 50+ programs. I would appreciate any information about specific schools - strength, weaknesses, quality of instruction, availability of organized activities etc. Also, if there you have an opinion on benefits a program of this nature has over the standard language course for a retiree.

Thank you for any information you can share as I continue my researchto select a language school in Italy.

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