Solo Travelers: Cooking Vacation Options

Foraging for mushrooms during a cooking vacation.Most of our programs require a minimum of two people to run — but that doesn’t mean we don’t have culinary vacation options for people traveling by themselves! If you see a cooking vacation that you’d like to go on, for example, make sure to check the “tour dates.” You’ll see this symbol † next to dates that we’ve already booked with clients; solo travelers can join any of these confirmed weeks. We also offer a couple of culinary vacations that can be confirmed for just one person.

Read why a cooking vacation is perfect for solo travelers.

Blog writer David Sharos, a freelance writer for the Chicago Tribune, filets fish at Don Alfonso during a 3-day Amalfi Coast cooking vacation he and his wife attended in September of 2019.

Don Alfonso 1890 on the Amalfi Coast

Stay in a small Italian village up the hill from Sorrento and learn amazing Italian dishes from a team of chefs at the famous Michelin-star restaurant of Don Alfonso 1890. The small relais hotel is intimate and luxurious, and the cooking experience is top notche.

Working in the kitchen during your culinary vacation in FranceFrench Cooking vacations

At The International Kitchen, we also offer a handful of cooking vacations in France that can be confirmed for just one person. These cooking vacations include cooking classes featuring French cuisine and often excursions for exploring the area:

Learn about our intensive cooking vacations in France.

Pizza made during your cooking classes in ItalyMore Cooking Vacations in Italy

We also have a number of cooking vacations in Italy that are ideal for solos, including our Roman Countryside Discovery, which combines cooking and touring in the Ciociaria region south of Rome, and La Cucina Romana in the Sabine Hills, at a luxury villa in the countryside of Lazio.

For details about these cooking vacations, or to see one-day classes that are good for solos, please peruse our Website. As always, feel free to contact us for suggestions!

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