Emilia Romagna Cooking Vacations
Bologna, Parma, Modena: the very names evoke thoughts of plump tortellini, aged Parmesan cheeses and flavorful balsamic vinegar. Journey to the birthplace of such culinary treasures as home-made stuffed pastas, ragù alla Bolognese meat sauce and more during your cooking school vacation to Emilia Romagna with The International Kitchen. Explore local villages, fresh food markets, and ancient Roman cultural sites in this rich region during your cooking holiday. Known by Italians as one of the country’s gastronomic heartlands, Emilia Romagna will delight you with its authentic atmosphere, rich lifestyle, and exceptional cuisine.
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Vacations in Emilia Romagna
Escape into the northern Italian countryside, where peacocks freely roam and medieval towns follow age-old farming and cooking traditions. The quaint town is home to the last castle on the Po river as well as a one-star Michelin restaurant, where you’ll be learning about cured meats and pastas from the King of Ham himself.
3 nights – Available any week on request. Unavailable June, July, August.
Go To Flavors Of The Real Italian Countryside...
Enjoy a gastronomic sojourn in Parma, home of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese and Parma prosciutto ham, and Bologna, considered one of the culinary capitals of Italy. Visit local farms and wine cellars, taste gastronomic specialties, and eat like you’ve never eaten before!
6 nights — Available any week March through July, September through November on request for a minimum of two.
Go To Gastronomy In Parma And Bologna...
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