COVID-19 Useful information

Do you want to immerse yourself in the crystal-clear waters and blue skies of Liguria? Study Italian by the sea, with sunbeams caressing your skin and a fresh sea breeze carrying along the scent of those summer vibes you have been craving for waaaay too long? Are you impatient to study at OMNILINGUA in Sanremo, but want to know more about the current COVID-19 situation, travel restrictions and more? We have summarised everything you need to know at a glimpse!

For entering Italy from EU/Schengen/GB/Israel, you need…

- A negative molecular or antigenic swab taken in the 48 hours prior to arrival

- You DO NOT have to quarantine!

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What is opening up when and how

From May 19th

- Curfew moved to 11 p.m.

From May 22nd

- Markets, shopping centres, galleries and business parks stay open on public holidays

From May 24th

- Gyms can reopen

- Consuming food at bars and restaurants outdoors & indoors until May 23h

From June 1st

- Competitions or sporting events (not only those of national interest) within the limits already set (25 percent of the maximum capacity, with a limit of 1,000 people outdoors and 500 indoors)

From June 7th

- Curfew moved to 11 p.m.

From June 15th

- Festivals and receptions as well as civil or religious ceremonies can be held indoors when given the "green certification"

- Theme and amusement parks reopen

From June 21st

- No more curfew

From July 1st

- Amusement arcades, betting halls, bingo halls and casinos are accessible to the public

- Cultural centres, community centres and leisure centres reopen

- Indoor swimming pools, natatoriums and wellness centres will be able to reopen in accordance with guidelines and protocols

- Public and private training courses in presence


Our courses


The courses are divided into 6 main levels according to the common European Reference Chart for language knowledge (CEFR): basic (A1), elementary (A2), intermediate (B1), high-intermediate (B2) and advanced (C1). The school is aware that students learn at different paces and some might need more or less time to move on to the next level. Therefore some students may advance to the next level during the course. All the participants, at the end of the course, will receive a certificate displaying the course they have attended, the respective dates and the level they have achieved.
In the following section, you will find a brief description of the different levels, according to the common European Reference Chart for language proficiency (CEFR):

The Basic level is for students who do not have any knowledge of the language.
The Elementary level is for students who have a limited comprehension of the language and are already capable of making simple sentences.
The Intermediate level is for introducing students to more complex grammar. There is a focus on vocabulary and this allows the comprehension of more complex topics. At this level the students are encouraged to discuss and debate on several topics of common interest.
The Upper-intermediate level is aimed at those students who already have a good knowledge of the language and good vocabulary. Advanced grammar, phonetics and a specialised vocabulary are the fundamentals to this course. The students have many opportunities to talk about more complex topics.
In order to follow this Advanced course, the students must have an advanced language proficiency in Italian. Several aspects and uses of the language will be explored in order to enhance fluency in conversation.
A C2 level is essentially a native level. It allows for reading and writing of any type on any subject, nuanced expression of emotions and opinions, and active participation in any academic or professional setting.