The  Piano Tech Academy in additional to be a rigorous school is moreover a reality that dedicates largely space to socialization and leisure, to engage in piano, gym, outdoor walks.

The transfer is free for all course participants.

Lunch and dinner are served very close to the Academy which allow the student to have all is needed in a closely area.

Romania has a temperate continental climate, with four distinct seasons, very similar to that of Northern Italy.

Spring is pleasant with cool mornings and nights and warm days.
Summer has a hot and dry climate. The hottest areas are the South and South-East where the thermometer often exceeds 38 ° C during the months of July and August.

Temperatures are lower in the mountains.
Autumn is quite dry and cool and the landscape brightens up with the yellow and red of the leaves.
In winter, temperatures are cold especially in the mountains. It snows heavily from December to mid-March.

Hottest month: July
Coldest month: January
Highest temperature: 44.5 ° C reached on 10 August 1951 in South-East Romania
Lowest temperature: – 38.5 ° C reached on 24 January 1942 in central Romania

The official language is Romanian.
Italian is also widely spoken.

Currency – Romania is part of the European Union but has not yet adopted the Euro; for this reason, during your vacation you will have to worry about exchanging money to get the local currency, the leu (plural lei). Its official abbreviation is RON, and the exchange rate is subject to change, although since 2009 it has remained fairly stable between about 4.20 and 4.70 lei for 1 euro. The Romanian leu is divided into 100 bani, which therefore represent the cents; it is curious to note that the word “bani” in Romanian means “money”! The leu is available in coins of 1, 5, 10 and 50 bani, and in banknotes of 1, 5, 10, 50, 100, 200 and 500 lei. Romania is required to replace its currency with the Euro as soon as it meets the six convergence criteria defined by the EU. However, to date they are still not satisfied and they will not even be so soon, so much so that the expected date for entry into the Eurozone of Romania is 2024, which however could slip further.

Airport The Henri Coandă International Airport of Bucharest (IATA Code: OTP) is the busiest airport in Romania. It is located in the city of Otopeni, located 16.5 km north of the center of –