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Small-Group Cinque Terre Day Trip from Florence with Vineyards Escapes and Seafood Lunch
Fall in love with the Cinque Terre, Italy’s breathtaking UNESCO World Heritage-listed coastal region on this full-day trip from Florence. With a small and intimate group of no more than 16 people, you’ll tour Cinque Terre’s cliff-side fishing villages, savour a 3-course Italian Seafood lunch, relax on an amazing boat ride to get a memorable perspective on the Riviera, enjoy exclusive escapes from the crowds that will reveal hidden, no touristy, gems and take part in additional sightseeing activities with your expert local guide, like a very light hike on an almost leveled trail through seaside vineyards, having the chance to admire the astonishing coastal panorama from a high vantage point.
This small-group tour is limited to no more than 16 people, ensuring a more personalized experience.
Private Cooking Class with Lunch Surrounded by Lucca's Hills
Improve your cooking skills during a 4-hour private cooking class surrounded by a dream scenario in Lucca. Experience a cooking course lead by a private local Chef on the hills around Lucca and end your class eating the delicacies you have prepared, relaxing in the romantic scenario of this unique location.from 98,92 US Dollar
Emilia Romagna Day Trip: Museo Ferrari with Optional Test Drive, Balsamic Vinegar Tour and Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese Factory
Leave Siena and discover three highlights of Italy’s must-visit Emilia Romagna region: Museo Ferrari, a Modena balsamic vinegar estate and Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese Factory in Modena. Learn all about the country’s favorite sports car on a tour, and then upgrade to include a 10- or 20-minute Ferrari or Lamborghini test drive, if you wish! Spend the rest of the trip learning about Emilia Romagna’s much-lauded culinary heritage, and sample prestigious balsamic vinegar and Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese from Modena.from 120,9 US Dollar
Boutique Cooking Class in a 17th Century Tuscan Estate in Chianti
Enjoy an authentic off the beaten cooking class in a 17th century Tuscan estate, in the heart of the Chianti region, only 8 miles away from down town Florence. You will learn how to make a typical Italian five course menu to also make with your family and friends back home. The property is surrounded by 20 acres of land, cultivated with vines and olive groves; we produce Trebbiano and San Giovese wines, and Extra Virgin Olive Oil. This property is drenched in history; it was purchased in the 1960s by the Chef's father, the abstract painter Francesco Clemente. The cottage, that used to be his painting studio, was turned into a cooking studio about 10 years ago, and still today, art and food blend together to create a magic atmosphere. After all, food is art, and your hosts will be happy to help you create your culinary masterpiece with extreme love and passion.from 142,88 US Dollar