Rome & Bologna

Explore Italy with Angloville!

If you’re looking to explore Europe off-the-beaten-path, experience new cultures, and make international connections, Angloville is the perfect place for you. Come and join our international participants while engaging in conversation, cultural exchange, and exciting activities.

From historic Italian cities to stunning natural landscapes, you’ll have the chance to see and do things you never imagined.

Discover Roma (how the locals say it) and Bologna with Angloville!

Take the first step of your next adventure!

Travel sponsorship

  • Discover: Roma, Milana & Bologna
  • Befriend: Meet people from 10+ different countries
  • Enjoy: Discover Italy, speak English, share your culture & grow
  • Learn: Get your TEFL sponsored & become a professional teacher
  • Save money: Full board, fun-activities & city tours included FOR FREE

Discover Rome! 🍝

Rome, the capital city of Italy, is one of the world’s most visited destinations, known for its rich history, ancient ruins, and iconic architecture. It really is a colourful culture. Rome is a city with a rich history that dates back over 2,000 years. But the Italian capital is also known for its delicious food, including dishes like pasta, pizza, and gelato. Come and enjoy authentic locally-sourced Italian food on our programme!

Rome is an iconic European capital, whether you are interested in history, culture, food, or just soaking up the atmosphere of this vibrant and lively city.

What to Visit in Rome?

The Colosseum

This iconic amphitheatre was built over 2,000 years ago & is one of the most recognisable landmarks of Rome.

The Vatican City

This independent city-state is home to some of the most significant religious and cultural sites in the world, including St. Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and the Vatican Museums.

The Pantheon

This ancient temple is one of the most well-preserved examples of Roman architecture and is famous for its stunning domed ceiling.

The Roman Forum

This sprawling archaeological site was the centre of ancient Rome and is home to a range of ruins, including temples, arches, and basilicas.

The Trevi Fountain

This iconic Baroque fountain is one of Rome’s most popular landmarks and is said to bring good luck to those who toss a coin into its waters.

The Spanish Steps

This elegant staircase is a popular gathering spot for visitors and locals alike and is lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants.

Discover Bologna! 🍕

Bologna is a beautiful city located in the Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy. The city is known as the “food capital” of Italy and is famous for its delicious cuisine, including dishes like tagliatelle al ragù, mortadella, and tortellini. Also, Bologna is a city with a rich history that dates back over 2,000 years. Visitors can marvel at the stunning architecture and ancient ruins that are found throughout the city, including the Two Towers, Piazza Maggiore, and the Archiginnasio of Bologna.

Bologna is a city with something to offer everyone: it is a charming and historic Italian city known for its delicious food, stunning architecture, and unique atmosphere.

What to Visit in Bologna?

Piazza Maggiore

This is the main square in Bologna and is surrounded by some of the city’s most important landmarks, including the Basilica di San Petronio, the Palazzo Comunale, and the Palazzo dei Banchi.

The Two Towers

These iconic towers, known as the Torre degli Asinelli and the Torre Garisenda, are some of the most recognisable landmarks in Bologna that offer stunning views of the city.


This historic building was once the main building of the University of Bologna and is home to a stunning library and some of the city’s most beautiful frescoes.

Santo Stefano

This stunning church complex is made up of seven interconnected churches and chapels, each with its unique architecture and history.

Short Presentation of Our Programme

Angloville is a unique immersive English language experience that offers unique cultural exchange programmes all across Europe. The programme pairs International English speakers with Local English Learners for one-one-one and two-one-one conversation and group activities (games, workshop, fun-packed activities) designed to boost fluency and confidence. The Angloville programme is held in various locations around the world, including Poland, Italy, the UK, and Malta, and is open to individuals of all ages and backgrounds.

Overall, Angloville offers a chance to meet people from around the world and provides an exciting and engaging way to travel across Europe while also making new friends and exploring new cultures.

Highlights of our Programme ⭐

  • Explore Italy For 6 Days: Rome or Bologna? It’s up to you. Join our free walking tours and see the best of what these iconic cities have to offer.
  • Free Full Board: Stay at our rustic “agri-turismo” venue and enjoy delicious local cuisine. We’ll provide you with breakfast, lunch and dinner during your stay.
  • Sponsored TEFL Scholarship: Start a teaching career with Angloville and become a professional ESL teacher. We can offer new participants a 120h online course (optional).
  • Meet New International Friends: Over 10 nationalities are represented on our programmes. Angloville is the best place to meet new people, network and grow.


The Angloville Kids, Junior, and Adult Programme are designed to offer local students a unique and immersive English language learning experience. This is through conversation, cultural exchange, and fun-packed activities. In return, international participants like YOU get an amazing opportunity to meet locals and discover their culture & traditions. It will be one of the most exciting adventures of your life!




Mentor Meeting


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Group Activites




Free Time


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Dinner time


Entertainment hour


Social Time


Day One

Each day you will take part in multiple 50-60 minute sessions. Also, you will work with your assigned local participant on a presentation and topic of their choice. They will present this at the end of the week.

Meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) take an hour each. There’s also 1.5 hours of free time daily.

After a long day of sessions and activities, you will have a chance to rest and have fun in the evening during social time.

You are welcome to introduce and lead your favourite games!

Typical Day

Each day you will take part in multiple 50-60 minute sessions. You will also work with your assigned local participant on a presentation and topic of their choice. They will present this at the end of the week.

Meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) take an hour each, and there’s 1.5 hours of free time daily.

After a long day of sessions and activities, you will have a chance to rest and enjoy the evening during social time. You are welcome to introduce and lead your favourite games!

Conversation & Educational Activities

You will mostly be doing two-to-one (two locals and one English-speaking participant) and one-to-one speaking sessions.

These sessions are an opportunity to share your culture, personal experience and way of life but also to learn more about local participant’s life, projects, dreams, etc.

The programme includes group activities, cultural sessions, study abroad sessions, and lots of fun games, sports activities, and a field trip.

Fun Activities

One of the main attractions of the Junior programmes are the various fun-packed activities such as games, quiz/movie nights, field trips and workshops.

We organise a free city tour in Roma and Bologna, the day before the programme starts.

At the end of the programme, local participants will present their presentations and everyone will receive their Angloville certificate of participation.

This is a good time to celebrate and organise a farewell party!

This is an Angloville Premium Programme.

IMPORTANT: We have a very limited number of seats for our Junior programmes in Italy this summer. We receive 100’s of applications weekly for theses sponsored programmes. Therefore the spots are in high demand.

What We Cover

Benefits 🤩

  • Free accommodation for all action-packed days (shared dorms, rooms or apartments with private bathrooms) in our rustic “Agri-Turismo” venues
  • Free food: 3 meals at minimum Italian cuisine. Vegan option is not available.
  • Daily action-packed activities, games & city tour
  • Invaluable experience with local & international youth from all around the world
  • Grow: Opportunity to become TEFL qualified via Anglo-TEFL Scholarship

Local Guide Tips

✈️ When to arrive in Roma or Bologna

Angloville advises International Participants to arrive 1 or 2 days before the programme starts. To arrive at the meeting city, we recommend: www.skyscanner.com to look for some good flight deals. Budget airlines within Europe (Wizz air and Ryanair) do have some great deals for the upcoming months, with fares starting from £30!

You can book your return flight for the last day of the programme, but make sure you will be flying from the departure city, not earlier than 23:00. Generally, our participants prefer to book their return flight the day after the programme to enjoy a proper rest before flying.

We will include all the important information in an info-pack (2-3 weeks before the programme starts).

📍 Free city tours

Angloville offers free 2-hour walking city tours for our International Participants in Roma and Bologna. These walking city tours are designed to help participants immerse themselves in the local culture and history of the city. The tours are led by local guides who are knowledgeable about the city’s history, architecture, and culture.

If you are interested in participating in one of these walking city tours, you can contact Angloville at info@angloville.com. Note our city tours take place on the Saturday before the programme starts. Also, it’s a great chance to meet your fellow participants.

🛏️ Where to stay before or after the programme

We recommend you to arrive a day before the programme starts, which means you will have to book the accommodation yourself. The city-centre of the departure is always a good option. Angloville only provides the accommodation for the duration of the programme. If you decide to complete a three-week package with Angloville, booking the accommodation between the programmes will also be your responsibility.

We suggest Couchsurfing (for a free accommodation), HostelWorld and Booking.com (for a bed in a dorm or a cheap hotel deal), or AirBnB (for a private room or a flat to share).

🧳 What to pack

Italy can get very hot during the summer, so pack light, breathable clothing made from natural fibres like cotton or linen. It can also get very sunny, so bring a hat, sunglasses, and plenty of sunscreen to protect your skin. Our venues might have a pool, so don’t forget to pack swimwear. Even during the summer months, temperatures can drop at night, so bring a light jacket or shawl to keep warm.

NOTE: If you’re coming from a country with a different type of electrical outlet, you’ll need to bring an adapter plug to charge your devices.

Don’t forget to pack all the essentials like your passport, travel insurance, and any other necessary travel documents. Also, it’s a good idea to have some cash and credit cards for shopping, snacks, and other extra activities.