Top Cooking Classes in Italy

Tuscookany, Tuscany

If your idea of an Italian cooking class includes staying in luxurious accommodation with to-die-for views of the rolling Tuscan hills and valleys, then Tuscookany delivers. You can cook, wine, dine and relax at one of their three villas for a three day or week long course. If you’re pressed for time, don’t worry, there’s also a one day cooking class. Phew!

Gusto Italiano, Bellagio

Start with a trip to the village shops of the gorgeous town of Bellagio in Lake Como to shop for local produce, then head back to the home kitchen to learn how to make pasta like the Italians. There’s a dessert to be made too. Best bit is the small hands on classes.

The Awaiting Table, Lecce

Set in the beautiful baroque city of Lecce in the south of Italy, the Awaiting Table offers day or week long courses in town or at a castle. Silvestro’s team will have you feeling like a local in no time, but what we especially love is the different courses on offer like the cycling, cooking and wine class. You’ll go on leisurely bike rides through the olive groves and stop for lunch and wine in the countryside. 

Toscana Saporita, Tuscany

Stay on the grounds of a 17th century villa for a week long Tuscan experience run by renowned Italian Chef Sandra Lotti. Groups are small and lessons are hands on. Outside of the kitchen you’ve got village tours, bike riding, swimming or just relaxing until dinner is served. Plus you’ll get to join a hunter and his dog on a truffle hunting expedition.

If you’d like more information regarding Food Tours, please don’t hesitate to contact our team on 1800 242 353.