Teaching in Civitavecchia, Rome, Italy.

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  • man from the shire
    17 July, 2011 at 21:34
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    Civitavecchia is not a town many people fall in love with. Most students i taught when at Inlingua in the town last year, hate it. Smashed in the war, the town was build again in a rapid, uncaring way. However, if you like the sea, it is good and it is also a good base for visiting Rome and Tuscany. Pisa is easy to get to, as well as Florence, Sienna etc. A particularly nice place to go to is Orbitello, near Grossetto, which is good for swimming, nature watching and fresh air. You can also get a boat to Sardinia, but this is quite expensive. The surrounding countryside, although not spectacular, is good for cycling and relaxing. The town has many supermarkets but is quite expensive rent wise. The town of Santa Marinella, 10 minutes by train, is cheaper.

    Public transport is quite good. It`s 9euros to go to Rome on a return ticket, this covers the tube and buses and to go to Pisa is 26euros return. If you want to go further, Genoa is 60euros and Turin is 78euros.

    Inlingua was good for its variety of students and abundant hours. Wages were paid on time and straight into the bank. There are other schools in town though.

    16 July, 2018 at 11:54
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    How is the school?

    I had an interview with this school. I was offered the job and I am wondering if you could give me some feedback?
    They won’t email me a contract for review. Is the owner a good person to work for?

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