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Cooking in the French Alps

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Cooking Vacations In Rhone Alps

Enjoy a cooking holiday in the gastronomy capital of France! Home to Lyon, the second largest city in France, the Rhone Alps region boasts an exceptional number of world renowned restaurants, making it an ideal spot for a cooking school vacation in France. Lying between Paris and the Cote d’Azur, and sharing borders with Italy and Switzerland, the region is a true international Mecca of culinary delights. The Rhone and Seône rivers feed the fertile wine-growing regions of Beaujolais and Cotes du Rhone, while the picturesque villages offer culinary travelers the traditional “bouchons“—convivial, informal restaurants specializing in such local fare as the region’s special sausage and salami, the famous coq au vin, and its many cheese varieties.

Rhone Alps Cooking Tours

Cooking In The French Alps

Selected by Le Figaro magazine as one of “les plus belles chambres d’hotes” (the best b&bs) in all of France.

Explore the beautiful French Alps and stay at luxurious Chalet resort near Annecy during this exclusive 6-night cooking vacation. In addition to four hands-on cooking classes, you’ll discover the history of the area, how culinary traditions are tied to the land, and visit local producers, such as a cheesemaker. Located in a stunning mountain hamlet, this chalet is perfect peaceful getaway, no matter what the time of year.

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Enjoying lunch outside on a France cooking vacation with The International Kitchen.

Enjoying lunch outside on a France cooking vacation with The International Kitchen.

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