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Italian immersion courses

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i've been searching for a multi week immersion course in Italian. Roads Scholars has a 6 week course in Firenze but at $10-12k (with air) seems high. BTW I will pay premium for single bedroom, 70 year-olds like undisturbed sleep. another I've seen is in Viareggio with Language Vacations. Cheaper and near the sea which I love--or any body of water truth to tell. Lucca is a possibility especially as I have a friend who lives full time in Montecatini alto, though I wouldn't impose for 3 weeks or more. Seems considerably cheaper than others.
I'd just like a feeling from those who have done this, where and cost effectiveness. prefer northern half of Italy: Sienna, Lake District, Venice, Bologna, etc.

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