Hidden Teashop, Bookshop and School, all in one 20 minutes from the Florence city center!
So you’re in Florence.
A most beautiful city, full of art and history. Feeling homesick? – perhaps not, but whether you are or not you could still visit an unexpected hidden Teashop just outside the centre of Florence. Well, centre if you’re British or center if you’re American. But you know what I mean. It’s not a long walk, around 20 minutes from the centre. However, if your legs are not up to it then you can get to it by bus number 3, 6 or 20.
The area is called San Salvi named after the church San Michele a San Salvi, which was built in the 11th century and is not far from the Campo di Marte Station. Back to the Tearoom then in Via Carlo Poma, 7/9r, Florence.
Even if I say so myself, it it a very pleasant and cosy Teashop, Bookshop and School. We teach Conversational English and Italian in a quite British looking Bookshop. Well that’s what our Italian students and visitors say when they come in and are quite taken by the vintage style and décor.
We provide a large variety of teas all served in very English teapots and china cups, coffees, hot chocolates, smoothies, fresh lemonade and iced teas. Tasty tea time treats served all day – scones, cakes, muffins, pies, sausage rolls even samosas and you can try all this for free on June 9th 2015 from 5pm to 8pm at our Summer Party. So we’ll look forward to seeing you.
But that’s not all – We are also a Cultural Centre and so we host events such as Conversation Exchange so you can practise the Italian that you have learned, Book Club for mother tongue speakers, Drama Club for you budding actors, Film Club for film buffs or those interested in just talking about films, Documentary Club and more. We are always open to new ideas.
Well if you’d like to know more visit us our website www.englishwellspoken.com/ English pages are on this link www.englishwellspoken.com/englishschool.html or check us out on facebook twitter or instagram.
We have our own blog as well which is usually written in both English and Italian and you’re welcome to make comments.