January 13, 2021
There's a saying in Italy. "Molise non esiste." Molise doesn't exist. It's a running joke among Italians to pretend Molise doesn't exists due to its…Read This Post
While Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, romantic culinary tours can be planned for any time of year (but it’s not too late to book a trip for February 14 either!) In these cooking vacation suggestions, you and your sweetie will be spoiled in a beautiful European setting.
In France, Terroir, Touring, and Tasting is a dream private food and wine tour for you and your special someone. Provence is a popular destinations for honeymooners and those looking for romance, and not just because of beautiful climate, great food, and charming towns.
If you’re looking for a romantic culinary tour in an urban area, then there’s no city more romantic than Paris. Between visiting the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, a Paris cooking class is a wonderful activity for a couple to participate in together. For one, you can learn how to make delicious desserts with numerous chefs, including Marthe, Dominique, and Frederic. For a more inclusive option, consider our cooking vacation, A Parisien Rendez-Vous.
Over in Italy, spoil yourself and stay at the gorgeous Villa Cordevigo during our romantic Vento culinary tour Five Star Retreat in the Veneto. Located a short ride from Verona, the deluxe hotel is a beautiful 18th-century villa renovated to five-star standards.
Another wonderful location for our romantic culinary tours is the Amalfi Coast with its amazing views and stunning sunsets. One particular cooking vacation of interest is Culinary Experience on the Amalfi Coast, where your room will overlook the amazing Mediterranean. The scenery is absolutely gorgeous here, and from the modern hotel you can enjoy views of the islands of Ischia and Capri.
If you’re looking for a romantic culinary tour and would like advice about your upcoming trip, contact us today.
By Peg Kern
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Originally published January 17, 2013.