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23 Food & Culinary trips through Italy with 33 reviews

Find a Food & Culinary trip that explores Italy. There are 23 tours to choose from, that range in length from 4 days up to 14 days. The most popular month for these tours is September, which has the most tour departures.

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  • 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.

Tips

  • 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.

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