January special offer!

*January special offer* Scuola Romit will be closed from the 7th of December to the 3rd of January for Christmas holidays. And if you want to start the new year with us, we offer 10% discount for the Italian Intensive course and the Italian Intensive Plus course in January (the promotion is valid if you enrol before the 31st December). If you would like to take part to our courses, please email us to info@scuolaromit.it We wait for you guys […]



What’s your favourite food? For many Italians (and not only) probably the answer to this question is “pizza”: delicious, simple and cheap. In Rome you can choose between pizza al taglio and pizza tonda. You can find the first in the “pizzerie al taglio” or in the bakeries and you can choose a slice from many different kinds of pizzas. It’s a fast light meal, to eat while you’re walking through the streets of Rome. Pizza tonda,instead, is a real […]


Weekly date with the Monti Market

Simbolo del Rione Monti

The first three Sundays and the last Saturday of the month, the Monti neighborhood holds a famous urban market, called MercatoMonti, in via Leonina 46, a few steps away from Cavour underground station. Since 2009, you can find at this market the best clothing selection designed by young stylists, independent and vintage items, accessories, homecrafted creations, modern art and collectors’ items, books, illustrations and all kinds of rarities. The market testifies the merging of ancient and modern, avantgarde and traditional, […]




If you don’t know yet what “fare un aperitivo” means, once in Italy it’ll take only a short while to discover this Italian habit. At the beginning fare l’aperitivo meant drinking a low alcohol strength drink, such as prosecco (an Italian sparkling white wine), together with salted biscuits and crisps in order to “open” (it. “aprire”), prepare the stomach for dinner. Today in Italy the “aperitivo alla milanese” (Milan-style aperitif) is very common: from 7 to 9 pm in many […]



“Ci prendiamo un caffè?”. This is a phrase you’ll hear a lot in Italy. Here coffee is a real institution, a social occasion and an excuse for meeting up At home we prepare it with the moka. In the bars we have plenty of choice. Everyone has their own way of drinking coffee: you can choose from macchiato caldo (topped with hot milk), macchiato freddo (topped with cold milk), al vetro (in a glass coffee cup) or corretto (usually with […]


Discovering rione Monti

Simbolo del Rione Monti

The historical centre of Rome is divided into “rioni”. The first “rione” is Monti, where Romit school is. Monti means “mountains”: long time ago it included the Esquilino, Viminale, part of the Quirinale and Celio hills. It’s one of the most ancient neighborhoods in Rome and it gives testimonies from the Roman, Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque age: almost 3000 years of history! Walking through the typical narrow streets, as well as breathing history, today it’s enjoyable to stop in the […]


Let’s Tandem!


A new collaboration between Scuola Romit and the cultural association Amaita is born! Over the last few years, Amaita has been organising meeting events between Italians and foreigners; among these, the linguistic tandem. This event has achieved a growing success and it has become a recurring date for many people. When you join the tandem, you gain the possibility to speak and improve the language of your conversation partner:  a real linguistic and intercultural exchange!   Depending on the language spoken […]



On Friday the 14th we made a big party for the official opening of Scuola Romit! It’s been a wonderful night: many Italian and foreign friends came to visit our school. We want to thank who took part at this event showing satisfaction and enthusiasm! We also thank people who couldn’t come over but sent encouraging messages on Facebook, Skype, Twitter and emails and text messages! Have a look at the pictures of the event on the Scuola Romit Facebook […]


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    We all have to step back to stop the virus and restart. Scuola Romit will be closed for a few weeks, but luckily technology supports us! Scuola Romit is ready to give online classes. If you are interested, please write to info@scuolaromit.it. Distant but united!



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