TESOL Florence

Experience Dolce Vita at its best! Beautiful weather, amazing architecture, and world-class museums attract tourists from all over the world.

The historical center of Florence is Piazza Della Signoria, where you will find gorgeous and well-maintained structures such as Palazzo Vecchio (old city hall), Tribunale Della Mercanzia (The old Tribunal of Merchandise), and Michelangelo’s statue of David.

At the square, there are many restaurants and cafes where you can have a taste of Tuscany’s famous cuisine. If you are on a budget, you can get a gelato and sit on a bench or walk a few blocks to Ponte Vecchio for an amazing sunset view over the river.


The Santa Maria Duomo cathedral is another place worth a visit. This huge Gothic cathedral will give you goose-bumps as you make your way in.

If you’re up for a little exercise, try climbing the 414 stairs leading to the top of the Campanile- Bell tower!

Last but not the least, you can find the best paintings and art from the renaissance at the Galleria Degli Uffizi. Ancient sculptures, medieval, and modern art made by legendary artists such as Michelangelo, Giotto, Leonardo da Vinci and Raphael are found at the gallery.

Florence is also distinguished for its great shopping experience, perhaps the finest in Europe. There are some great open-air market places with shops that sell fine leather goods and jewellery.

Italy is a very popular TESOL destination for North Americans with an Italian background. A EU passport and a 100-hour TESOL certificate are the minimum requirements for teaching English in Italy.


Milan is in the Lombardy region, almost 30 miles south of the Alps. Although popular as the fashion capital of Italy, Milan has a lot more to offer.

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With many cathedrals, botanic gardens, monuments, and art galleries, Milan’s beauty is special.
The Santa Maria delle Grazie is famous for containing Leonardo da Vinci’s most famous work, the Last Supper. Theatre Museum at La Scala is one of the most famous opera houses in the world. Duomo, the world’s biggest cathedral is also located in Milan. One of the most famous museums in Milan is Leonardo da Vinci National Sceince & Technology Museum. Not to forget the Milan aquarium, home to more than 100 species of fish.

If you are a soccer fan, Milan is home to two of the greatest clubs in the world, Internazionale de Milan and AC MIlan, who share the mighty Giusseppe Meazza stadium.

Go on a shopping spree! Find top designer stores walking through Via Della Spiga, Via Montenapoleone and Via Sant Andrea. At Montenapoleone you will find Gucci, Valentino, Cartier, Versace and many more. Sant Andrea is home to Chanel, Bulgari, D&G and Prada.

Navigli is a wonderful system of canals that flows through pinturesque old houses and street markets. It’s perfect for those who just want to wonder and grasp the beauty of daily life in Italy.

Whatever you are looking for, Milan offers the best of all tastes!

TEFL Tourism Rome

RomeRome is known for its amazing architecture and great historical significance. Some of the popular monuments and landmarks in Rome are the Coliseum, which is the most ancient monument of Rome, the Roman Forum (Foro Romano), the Pantheon- one of the best preserved buildings-, the Trevi Fountain and St. Peter’s Basilica, the largest church in the world. Get ready to fall in love with Rome if you have an eye for scenic beauty and ancient architecture.

Another beautiful attraction in Rome is Piazza del Campidoglio, located at the Capitoline Hill, which was designed by Michael Angelo.
If you’re a fan of cycling, the Apian Way is the place for you. Apian Way is a biking trail, famous for being the place for top-class races.
The best way to enjoy Rome is to take it slow. Sit out at a cafe or gelatti store while you look at people pass by and listen their wonderful language.

Schools in Italy only hire teachers who apply in person. Everything in Italy is very personal and face to face, so employers want to meet you before they can consider you for the position. A EU passport and a TESOL certificate of at least 100 hours are necessary to teach English in Italy.

TESOL Tourism in Italy

Having as many as 44 UNESCO world heritage sites, Italy remains the country with the most popular tourist attractions in the world.

From the ancient Coliseum in Rome to the wondrous Tower of Pisa; Italy has a myriad of architectural laurels. The Valley of Temples, Ancient Pompeii and Foro Romano, are other great sightseeing attractions.

Buildings, monuments and awe-inspiring sights are not the only reasons why Italy stands out. Milan, one of the fashion capitals of the world has astounded people across the globe with its unique fashion trends and flamboyant fashion shows. Some of the best designers in the world, like Gianni Versace and Valentino Garavani, come from Italy.

So, sightseeing is definitely not the only option for you if you’re planning to travel around this ever-so-magnificent-country. Italy is a small country that can be traveled across in a matter of hours. Many activities are expensive, but there is much to do for the TESOL teacher. Although wages are not very high, those who hold an advanced TESOL certificate are able to enjoy the beautiful life.

You could go hiking in the Dolomites or climb up the Alps; admire the culture and heritage of the country in the Vatican museums or eat all you can at Osteria Francescana in Modena, one of the top restaurants in the world; after all, what’s a good visit without food that will get your taste buds flowing. Fancy a swim? Try Lido Beach, you will certainly love it.