Florence for the Food Lover

Florence hardly needs an introduction. It is one of the most popular destinations in Italy, and indeed in the world, and for good reason! Florence is the capital of Tuscany, the birthplace of the Renaissance, and home to wondrous architecture and masterpieces of art: Brunelleschi’s dome, Giotto’s bell tower, Botticelli’s “Venus,” Raphael’s “Madonna della Seggiola,” and Michelangelo’s “David,” just to name a few. But Florence is also a town of locals for whom its famed streets, markets, and churches are a part of every day life. Florentines embrace their town’s cultural and artistic heritage, but are also proud of it as a modern-day “foodie” destination, with famed restaurants, bustling markets, food artisans, wine shops, and more.

Your cooking vacation in Florence will also take you beyond its borders and into the beautiful countryside of Tuscany, visiting some of the most interesting and historic hillside towns, sampling wine from the gorgeous vineyards of the Chianti region, tasting local cheeses and meats, and experiencing the magical draw of this spectacular region.

Florence for the Food Lover

Florence hardly needs an introduction. It is one of the most popular destinations in Italy, and indeed in the world, and for good reason! Florence is the capital of Tuscany, the birthplace of the Renaissance, and home to wondrous architecture and masterpieces of art: Brunelleschi’s dome, Giotto’s bell tower, Botticelli’s “Venus,” Raphael’s “Madonna della Seggiola,” and Michelangelo’s “David,” just to name a few. But Florence is also a town of locals for whom its famed streets, markets, and churches are a part of every day life. Florentines embrace their town’s cultural and artistic heritage, but are also proud of it as a modern-day “foodie” destination, with famed restaurants, bustling markets, food artisans, wine shops, and more.

Your cooking vacation in Florence will also take you beyond its borders and into the beautiful countryside of Tuscany, visiting some of the most interesting and historic hillside towns, sampling wine from the gorgeous vineyards of the Chianti region, tasting local cheeses and meats, and experiencing the magical draw of this spectacular region.


Trip Details

2 cooking classes including:

  • a wonderful and exclusive bread and pizza class in the San Niccolò neighborhood
  • a hands-on class to prepare a full menu at a local cooking school

You will also have the chance to explore the wonderful gastronomy of Florence during walking tours and a market visit.


We Can Help Plan It All

Flights, additional nights and tours, Transportation, and Much More

We might not be able to pack for you, but there are tons of things we can help with to make your vacation that much better.

Contact us for more information, or you can indicate your interest during check out and we will follow up directly!

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