History, landmarks, and stunning landscapes are not the only allures of Italy. The same richness and diversity can be found in Italian cuisine. Our Florence food tour is an excellent way to connect with Italian culture on a more sensual level. Don't skip an opportunity to learn how to prepare a traditional 4-course Italian meal from an authentic Italian chef!
This cooking class tour will take your taste buds on an epic journey:
After your dreamy holiday in Florence is over, you are left with a ton of pictures and souvenirs to remind you of the good times. But what if you could bring a taste and smell of Italy with you? Instead of pictures, you can show off your cooking skills! After all, learning to cook is not just fun but also useful.
What better place to acquire new culinary tricks than in Italy? Italian cooking is legendary all over the world, and cooking classes in Tuscany are particularly trendy. Being region with fertile land and high-quality produce, it has a rich culinary tradition.
Booking our Florence cooking tour will guarantee you a taste of authenticity and a few new tricks up your sleeve. The class not only teaches you to cook some dishes, but it also takes you through the whole cycle, from the market to the table. The price includes all the ingredients, the guidance of skilled local chef, tasty lunch, and a certificate for your efforts. You can be sure there are no surprises at the checkout! All transaction and reservation fees are already included in the price. Also, we provide an easy online booking and full refund upon cancellation (at least one day in advance)!
While pasta and pizza represent the ubiquitous face of Italian cuisine, there is much more to the country's culinary history. Italy's culinary roots date as far as 2000 years ago!
The passion for food is visible in the incredible variety of its regional cuisines. Such diversity began to spread after the fall of Roman Empire when the city-states started to explore and uphold their individual identities. Each region developed its own way of cooking from the meatball preparations, through tomato sauce to quality and characteristics of local cheese and wine. The north because famous for Tuscan beef, Marches for black truffles and Provolone for its mozzarella. Little by little a wide variety of bread, pasta, and cooking techniques became the standard.
Over the course of history, Italian cuisine never stopped evolving, combining local skills and produce with outside influences. When eating out in Italy, pay attention to the food. Each dish tells a story of culture, history, and climate.
We will leave it up to the local chef to tell you more. Don't hesitate and make your vacation a cooking vacation! Book your Florence food tour today, and the taste of Italy will never leave you.