On the west coast of southern Italy you will find the port town of Salerno. A city with 140,000 inhabitants that at first sight looks like a not too special, large southern Italian city. But if you let her work for a moment, you will begin to see the brutal but charming identity. Because the historic center has’nt always been to well maintained, it got a rough edge. However, this impression is soon overshadowed by the atmosphere that the local people leave behind here. The enormous bustle that only Southern Italians can cause reverberate from the trattorias, market stalls and the espresso bars of the city. This makes the historic center of Salerno - which includes a tree-lined boulevard - one of the happiest and most attractive streets in all of Italy. Since mother nature was very generous in this region, you won’t be short in good fresh food during a language course here. The Salernese cuisine is rich in vegetables, legumes, olive oil, cheese, meat and fish and therefore includes a typical Mediterranean diet.