We are Diana and Eleonora, two 23 years old italian girls who are looking for an english mother-tongue person to host in our house near Padua. We live in a beautiful, big home with 5 young friendly people.
We are developing with our team in Italy a project about the education field, to help children and teenagers grow in the best way possible, so we are looking to practice our english skills in order to bring this beautiful project abroad and have a positive impact in the world.
Our goals is to reach an advanced level of english, becoming fluent in speaking.
Padua is a charming city with a lot of nice shops, bars and cafes. It is nor too big nor too small.
It is a historical city in northern Italy and it's also quite unique because you can find near here both the sea and the mountains.
In Padua there are a lot of young people so there are many opportunities to socialize and make new friends, discovering the heart of Italian culture.
Padua is also very close to Venice, so we can go on a trip together and visit one of the most beautiful and fascinating city in the world many times.
Eleonora and Diana love cooking, so it will be a pleasure to teach how to cook delicious Italian dishes and you will have the opportunity to eat everyday very tasty and unforgettable meals.
We are looking for a kind and outgoing boy/girl who is willing to speak with us for 3 hours a day.
It's very important for us to speak as much as possible in order to become fluent and built a wide vocabulary. (we have both an intermediate level of english)
The room available is a single room (3 x 4 m, 9 x 13 ft).
The room is equipped with a bed, a wardrobe, one table, some chairs and two windows.
There is a bathroom for the guest, shared with just 2 other people.
During you time off, you can do a lot of interesting and funny things with us or alone as you prefer
In Padua you can visit:
- the historical Scrovegni Chapel
- Giotto frescoes
- The magnificent Saint Anthony Basilica
- Prato della Valle (the largest square of Europe!)
- the Jewish Ghetto (a labyrinth of narrow streets in the heart of Padua, where time stood still)
- the lively squares Piazza delle Erbe, Piazza dei Signori and Piazza dei Frutti
- The ancient Caffè Pedrocchi (one of the oldest cafés in Italy)
- the wonderful planetary
Of course you can visit Venice, that is very close to Padua (only 20 minutes by train)
You can moove through the tram (that connects very well all the parts of the city) or the bus.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
Maximum 3-4 hours a day, 5 days a week