Italy is home to one of the world’s favorite cuisines in the world. It’s no wonder Italian cooking classes are so diverse and spectacular! Expect your Italian cooking holidays to simply abound in cultural activities. From wine tasting to visiting important landmarks, we bet every moment spent here will be mesmerizing. Browse through our wide range of cooking holidays in Italy and book your favorite today. We bet you and your taste buds will have the time of your life!
Having just spent five marvelous weeks in Italy enjoying (a bit too much) cheese, learning how to make pizza, and spending money on olives at the farmers’ market, it comes to no surprise that I talk about visiting the country every chance I get.
I don’t know about you but I have never encountered anyone who doesn’t like Italian food. And I found that, more often than not, even those who follow a strict healthy diet wouldn’t be able to resist the occasional platter of deep-fried food.
Offering the best in Lombardy, Bergamo is a splendid city that abounds in rustic local specialties, fine dining, and fantastic local wines. Nestled up high, with scenic views over vineyards and the southern plains right through to the Alps, Bergamo is Northern Italy’s best keep secret.
From the beginning to the end, an authentic Italian meal is a culinary specialty, enabling it to become one of the world’s most popular cuisines. Everyone you meet most certainly has had their due share of pizza, tiramisu, pasta and risotto in their lifetime. These foods are so common everywhere you go, that you might miss some of the subtler intricacies of the traditional Italian meal, the antipasto for instance.