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Palermo TEFL Courses

  • Rating: 5.0/5

  • Courses: CELTA

  • University of Cambridge accredited

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Training Centre in Palermo, Italy

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Palermo, Italy

5.0(4)
TEFL TESOL CELTA Courses in Palermo, Italy
  • Located near the main square, Piazza Politeama
  • Easy city to move around
  • Near restaurants and bars

Accommodation in Palermo

The teacher training centre in Palermo can offer accommodation in shared apartments for the trainees during the duration of their CELTA courses in Palermo. Applicants can discuss their accommodation needs during their interview with the CELTA tutor.

The CELTA teacher training centre in Palermo can help arrange accommodation with a host family or independent mini-flats/bedsits.

The Palermo CELTA centre has chosen families for their CELTA students who are quiet and supportive of trainees' studies. Prices range from around €150 - €350 per week depending on accommodation and level of service.

Alternatively, trainees can organise their own accommodation, using websites such as www.airbnb.com and www.booking.com.

Palermo, Sicily and Surroundings

Palermo is the capital city of the island of Sicily, an autonomous region located South of Italy. Everywhere you go in Palermo, you will surround yourself with its rich history of the ancient world; from Byzantine art and Roman ruins to Baroque architecture, you are sure to marvel at the city’s past.

Palermo is also known for its vibrant culture, with various museums, such as Sicily’s Museum of Contemporary Art, and a grand opera house, famous for being the third-largest in the whole of Europe. Food and wine are another cornerstone of the city, with bustling food markets, cannoli stalls and family-run restaurants.

The surroundings of the city also have a lot to offer, with more historical sights and coastal cities, such as Cefalù.

For more information on beautiful Palermo, please see their tourism page here: www.visitpalermo.it