Food & Culinary Tours/Trips in Italy
Find a Food & Culinary trip that explores Italy. There are 16 tours to choose from, that range in length from 5 days up to 14 days. The most popular month for these tours is September, which has the most tour departures.
16 Food & Culinary trips through Italy with 21 reviews
Flavours of the Renaissance
"My wife and I decided to try The Italian On Tour as our friends in California recommended..."
Italy's Epicurean Journey
"In 10 days we watched and learned how wine is made, visited some of the best restaurants..."
Flavours of Italy Summer
"In 2014 this tour was part of a celebration of my 60th birthday trip - we are from..."
Yoga, Hiking And Cooking In Sicily, Italy
"I have been in Sicily twice by myself, last year I decided to have a guided tour..."
Whole Journeys Culinary Delights Plus! the Farm
"We have taking many bike tours with ExperiencePlus and others, including several..."
Taste of Italy
"We have wanted to visit Marche and Abruzzo for a few years now. The quality ( and..."
Cycling Marche: Italy's Next Tuscany!
"Cycling through Marche and Abruzzo was a great experience. Our trip had a bump on..."
Sicily Food Adventure
8 day food & culinary tour through Palermo, Trapani, Marsala and 9 other destinations in Italy
Real Food Adventure - Italy
8 day food & culinary tour through Rome, San Gimignano, Bologna, Venice in Italy
Culinary Paradise in Italy
7 day food & culinary tour through Rome, Spoleto, Assisi and 4 other destinations in Italy
Real Food Adventure - South Italy
7 day food & culinary tour through Rome, Fossacesia, Laterza and 5 other destinations in Italy
Gourmet Holiday On Piedmont Hills
7 day food & culinary tour through Turin, Barolo, Alba and 3 other destinations in Italy
Slow Food Tour Of Puglia
6 day food & culinary tour through Bari, Martina Franca, Alberobello and 7 other destinations in Italy
Culture, Music and Tastes of Northern Italy
8 day food & culinary tour through Milan, Cremona, Parma and 6 other destinations in Italy
Whole Journeys Culinary Delights
8 day food & culinary tour through Cremona, Parma, Torrechiara and 3 other destinations in Italy
- Journey to the heart of the Apulian region and enjoy wonderful Mediterranean scenery. Indulge in the region’s gastronomic offerings, including freshly pressed olive oil, copicola salami and full-bodied wines, typical of the region.
- Learn how to cook delicious pastry and flat breads in the city of Fratta Terme in Emilia-Romagna region. Savour the taste of Artusi cuisine in fine restaurants.
- Enjoy a luxurious gourmet tour of Tuscany or travel with a professional chef and gain exclusive access to prestigious wineries.
- Follow the ancient Via Francigena route to discover the heart and soul of Italian cuisine. Marvel at the transformation of rustic food into gourmet masterpieces.
- Take a whirlwind culinary tour of Rome to indulge in the classic Italian flavours of espresso, gelato and pizza.
- Go hunting for truffles during autumn in Oltrepo Pavese and learn the local method of preparing cakes, jams and bread in Val di Nizza.
- Stroll through sprawling vineyards, sample delicious Rabiola cheese, sip on sparkling Canelli wine and taste the fantastic Piedmont cuisine.
- Learn the art of making cheese at a local dairy farm on the foothills of a castle in San Romano or taste some freshly brewed beer and stroll through the medieval villages of Garfagnana.
- Italians have an inherent sense of style and elegance so dress appropriately for the occasion.
- Avoid calling anyone between 2pm and 4pm as this is their ‘pisolino’ or nap time.
- Avoid saying ‘ciao’ or ‘hello’ when greeting strangers; use ‘buongiorno’ instead which means ‘good day’.
- It is considered impolite to use first names so use the family name accompanied by ‘Signore’ or ‘Signora’.
- You can never go wrong in selecting fish, pork, beef and chicken. Ask for the meats to be served alongside pastas.
- Try some caffe macchiato or espresso after your meal. Italians prefer cappuccino only for breakfast.
- Male relatives or friends often embrace and cheek kiss rather than handshake as is custom in Italy.
- When eating with the locals, say ‘buon appetito’ which means ‘good appetite’ before you start a meal.
Food & Culinary Tours/Trips in Italy Reviews
"What an amazing trip we had! The 7 day tour we took had a bit of everything. Our"Flavours of the Renaissance
"After evaluating multiple options we decided to settle on The Italian on Tour as"Italy's Epicurean Journey
"In 2014 this tour was part of a celebration of my 60th birthday trip - we are from"Flavours of Italy Summer
"I have been in Sicily twice by myself, last year I decided to have a guided tour"Yoga, Hiking And Cooking In Sicily, Italy
"We have taking many bike tours with ExperiencePlus and others, including several"Whole Journeys Culinary Delights Plus! the Farm
"I never thought I could learn so much while on a vacation. This trip truly feeds"Taste of Italy