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ITALY • Florence • Sightseeing Tours E MARKET & COOKING CLASS IN FLORENCE


OUR SPECIAL COOKING TOURS IN FLORENCE From April to October • every Monday


The tour will start inside the Central Market where one of our chefs will help the participants to choose the freshest and best ingredients for the dishes. The cooking lessons begins with the basic elements of Tuscan kitchen dishes Once the menu will be completed everyone will be able to join a lunch composed by the dishes prepared during the lesson, accompanied by Tuscan wine.


PASTA COOKING LESSON From April to October • every Saturday


The cooking lesson will explain how to different dishes of fresh pasta are prepared(tortellini, ravioli, tagliatelle or others). Our chefs will showand help you to make fresh pasta and traditional Italian recipes and to choose and how to prepare the appropriate sauce to accompany them. Once the pasta is cooked and the sauce is ready all the participants will try their dishes during the lunch and will taste Tuscan wine.


COOKING CLASS WITH DINNER Operating from April to October • every Tuesday


We will cook together with our Chef in a typical Florentine school: under his careful control we will prepare regional dishes and we will discover the precious secrets of Italian cooking. We will select a typical Tuscan menu composed by appetizer, first course or second course with a side-dish and dessert. At the end of the lesson we will taste the dishes we prepared all together during a lovable dinner.


FOOD LOVERS An Authentic Evening Food and Wine Experience


Tue-Thu-Fri-Sat


In Florence, dinner isn’t just another meal, it’s a night-long symphony of food, flavors, and good friends. A celebration of regional cuisine and the flavors that make it unique. It’s not hard to find good food in Florence, but if you really want to eat as the Florentines do you need to come along with one of our local ex pert foodies to visit wine bars, restaurants, gelaterias, and more. For a culinary experience that introduces you to the very best of the city.


Excursions FD PISA & LUCCA


From April to October • Tues-Thu-Sat


Depart from Florence our first stop will be in Pisa, the city worldwide known for its Leaning Tower and for its architectonic masterpieces. Our guide will lead you to the famous Miracles Square explaining the wonders of this square. You will admire The Leaning Tower (exterior), the Baptistery (exterior) and other beautiful monuments before entering inside the Cathedral (interior). Free time for photos and for lunch (not included) before departing for Lucca.In Lucca the guide will lead you for a pleasant walk into the enchanting historical centre where you'll have the chance to admire the Anfiteatro Square, the Guinigi Tower, San Martino Dome and the typical “antique dealers street”. At the end stop in a local pastry shop where you’ll taste the Buccellato, typical sweet of Lucca. Return to Florence in the late afternoon.


*Option with lunch available!


CHIANTI DISCOVERY WITH LUNCH: FD SIENA, SAN GIMIGNANO AND MONTERIGGIONI Daily from April to October


Experience a wonderful day in Tuscany countryside, admiring the most suggestive corners of Siena, San Gimignano, the Chianti area and try the unique flavor of local wines. Departing from Florence, our tour will start in Monteriggioni, well known worldwide for its wine and its countryside of unrivalled charm. We’ll continue then to Siena, where our local guide will lead you through its steep medieval streets, admiring the splendid palaces until we'll reach the Cathedral(exterior), Municipal Building and Piazza del Campo where the Palio race takes place every year. Time for lunch with Local products buffet with 3 courses menu and free time for shopping. We'll continue to San Gimignano, one of the most fascinating examples of medieval towns, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco; free time to discover the town. Finally we’ll stop in a farm house, where you’ll taste some of the best Tuscan wines with a little snack of sliced cold meats, bruschetta and cheese. Return to Florence in the late afternoon.


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FD “5 TERRE”


Daily from April to October


An unforgettable day dedicated to discover one of the most enchanting landscapes in the World. Five villages, suspended between sea and land, hanging from sheer cliffs surrounded by hills and vineyards. Upon arrival in Manarola we’ll have free time to discover the little village: later a local train will take us to the second village Riomaggiore for a pleasant stop. We'll proceed by boat to Monterosso, an ancient fishing village considered “the pearl of the Cinque Terre where you'll have free time to eat a typical Ligurian light lunch (not included ). We’ll continue to Vernazza where we'll admire the intricate layout of this village with its “carruggi” (narrow lanes) and steep stairways. The tour ends in La Spezia. In addition to comfortable clothes, we recommend to have with you a swimwear and a hat to protect you against the sun…!!! The itinerary could be modified by act of force majeure.


*Option with lunch available!


FD ENOGASTRONOMIC GRAN TOUR: MONTALCINO, PIENZA & MONTEPULCIANO From April to October • Tue-Thu-Sat


The tour begins with a visit of a cellar in Montalcino where you will taste a sampling of wines produced with a delicious snack consisting of local products. In the afternoon, our tour leaders will show you around Montalcino, where you will visit the typical village and its fortress. Then you will visit Pienza and Montepulciano, two artistic jewels, representing the landscape of Val d’Orcia. Unique tastes, smells and flavours support this natural and artistic heritage. Pienza’s most renowned tradition is in fact the typical Pecorino cheese..The tour ends with the visit to Montepulciano where the stateliness of its Renaissance buildings and the refined beauty of its churches intertwined with the ancient tradition of its wine, Nobile di Montepulciano, symbol of the city as well as delight of your palate. You will taste it in a local winery.


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