Not just “Family Day” – A short guide to the Gay Friendly Eternal City

For those who are (understandably) upset by the show offered by the latest “Family Day” held in Rome this last Saturday, well, we have good news! It is a fact that Rome has been for centuries the capital of a multicultural and socially advanced empire, in which tolerance and peaceful coexistence were the hallmark of its greatness. And if you look close enough, you can find that it’s still true.

Read our short guide to the Gay Friendly Eternal City on Kappa Language School’s website.

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La Città Eterna

Another chapter of our From students to students! Today Mariko, a Japanese Rome enthusiast, describes the Eternal City in her own, very poetic, words.

Read the full article on Kappa Language School’s website.

Tra Roma e il Giappone

Another story From students to students! Today Yogo, a musician from Japan, tells us about his experience in Rome… in his own very peculiar style!

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Halloween Suggestions

"A thing of beauty is a joy forever"

“A thing of beauty is a joy forever”

Great news: Halloween is coming! Even though this is not properly a traditional italian holiday, in the past few years Romans seemed to enjoy the celebration. Here are some gloomy places to spend you Halloween at.

Read the full article on Kappa Language School’s website.

Da Wenzhou a Roma: l’esperienza di Kai

Second episode of our series From students to students, dedicated to those who have lived (or are living) in Italy, have learned Italian with us and are willing to narrate their experience. Today, Kai from China tells us how it was to follow his parents moving from his city, Wenzhou, to Rome.

Read the full article on Kappa Language School’s website.

Roma è la Luce

Our alumna Raquel in front of the Acqua Paola's Fountain, on the Gianicolo Hill.

Our alumna Raquel in front of the Acqua Paola’s Fountain, on the Gianicolo Hill.

This will be the first episode of From students to students, a series of contributions kindly offered by our students, who have been so kind to accept to narrate (in Italian!) their experience in the Eternal City (and at Kappa Language School) in order to give a general idea of how beautiful life can be here and to encourage Italophiles all around the world to undertake this journey.

In this first episode, Raquel, from Spain, has written a few words about her feelings while in Rome.

Read the full article on Kappa Language School’s website.