Welcome to Trulli Italian School

Our  Headquarters

Our little school is located in a villa, just 5 minutes walking distance from the historical centre of Alberobello and immersed in a quiet, leafy neighbourhood.

Inside, we provide air-conditioned classrooms, a computer room reserved for students, free Wifi and a fully furnished kitchen for you to drink a good coffee or some tea in during your break 😉

You’ll love the main terrace, which will prove to be the ideal spot to chat with fellow students and enjoy some of that Italian sun!

You’ll enter an easygoing,
international atmosphere.

Our staff is made up of warm, welcoming Southerners.
Our students come from all corners of the world.

Our method

We follow a comunicative teaching method. We believe in learning Italian in a way which is active, dynamic and lively. In our lessons we make use of books, participating in class conversations, songs, videos, role plays and outdoor-activities. Our aim is to teach you Italian, not through mnemonic repetitions or boring grammatical structures, but rather through an authentic use of Italian in real life, daily contexts, naturally without neglecting the rules of the language.

You’ll be called by your name from the day one

We’re a small school, so we know all of our students and are attentive to the needs of every person.

Our teachers

All teachers at Trulli Italian School are young, qualified and certified in teaching teenagers and senior students. In every lesson, the student is our focal point of attention, considering his individual learning times and personal needs. In fact, our classes do not exceed 8 students, allowing us to conserve the good quality of the lesson by working in small groups.

We’ll take care of your trip in Italy, from A to Z

 We have worked for more than 10 years in the field of European cultural exchanges, so we know how to best organise your experience in Apulia.

Your experience

We’re well aware the most authentic way to learn a language is outside the classroom, through emotional engagement with places and locals. This is the very reason we reproduce a linguistic necessity that we consider primary and fundamental when learning: attempting to understand one another and the willingness to communicate, at all costs!