How to Book a Cooking Vacation

April 17, 2019  |  By Peg Kern
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How to Book a Cooking Vacation

At The International Kitchen we’re so excited by our cooking vacations we’ve decided to make it easier than ever to book a culinary trip with us. We offer cooking vacations to 16 different countries on 5 continents – wow! In Italy we offer cooking vacations to 13 different Italian regions:Cooking together in Tuscany

  • Abruzzo
  • Amalfi Coast (Campania)
  • Emilia Romagna
  • Friuli Venezia Giulia
  • Liguria
  • Lombardia/Lakes Region
  • Piedmont
  • Puglia
  • Lazio (Rome)
  • Sicily
  • Tuscany
  • Umbria
  • Veneto

So how do you book a cooking vacation? The first thing is to decide what type of trip you want. Do you want to stay in a luxury villa or hotel? A small B&B or farmhouse? Do you want to cook every day or only some of the days? Do you want all transportation and excursions included, or do you relish the thought of a self-drive itinerary?
Preparing fish in Greece
We feature expanded search options on our website, so you can search for a cooking vacation by trip category including:

  • Romantic Getaways
  • Staff Favorites
  • Off the Beaten Path
  • Wine Themed
  • Good for Solos
  • Luxury Line
  • Family Friendly
  • Active Trips
  • Michelin Star Experiences
  • Hidden Gems
  • Best Sellers
  • Intensive Cooking

The next thing to decide is dates. Most of our trips can be done “on request” – meaning that you choose the dates that work for you. This means that most of our travelers have dozens of cooking vacations to choose from. Need help narrowing it down? Give us a call!
Dessert class on a cooking vacation
When you know what trip you want and when you want to travel, booking a cooking vacation is a breeze through our check out process. Put what you want in the cart and proceed to check out. Our cooking vacations require a 30% deposit upon confirmation, and the balance is due 60 to 90 days prior, depending in the trip. Questions? Contact us!

What are you looking for in your next vacation? We’re pretty sure it will include amazing food or you wouldn’t be on our website. The food is the best part of every trip, at least as are as we’re concerned! If you still have questions or need some recommendations on how to choose a culinary tour, just let us know.

By Peg Kern

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