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    I sanyone familiar with either of these schools as far as learning Italian goes? i would love to come back to Europe and immerse myself in Italian like I am currently doing for French and I know that these two schools are meant for foreigners learning Italian and Italian Culture....any thoughts or exeriences? I have also found several books here published by each school and was not sure which would be a good language guide (they are of course written in italiano). ALso, has anyone been to either of these cities? How are these cities?
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    Perugia is the better one to go to IMO. Although it is smaller, there are fewer tourists than Siena. It's really up to you. If I had a choice, I would stick to Perugia for learning and Siena for "touristing". Both are easy to get to and not overly far from other places like Florence and Rome.
    As it is, I'm going to Padova for my third year in September
 
 
 
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