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Italian language schools

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I've been taking italian lessons for a while in the US and always had the objective of attending a 2 weeks( or more) immersion course in Italy. Some of my classmates and myself have decided that probably we'll do it next year.

We're leaning towards a smaller city such as Siena, Perugia or Lucca rather than Rome or Florence. Would really appreciate to hear from anybody that had this type of experience or from anybody that has an opinion as to which city would be most interesting on its own and also in a better logistical situation to allow for sightseeing in the afternoons and weekends( since we'll be busy with classes in the AM)

Thanks in advance for any thoughts.

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