Stroll along Venitian canals and enjoy a cappuccino at Piazza San Marco; explore the internationally renowned Italian Food Valley and learn all the secrets and passion Academia Barilla chefs put into their delicious dishes; walk along the streets of Rome eating a gelato.
Tour Venice’s narrow streets and campi, or squares, with an expert guide who will show you local markets and goumet stores near Piazza San Marco, Ponte di Rialto and the Accademia. Lunch in restaurant downtown. In the afternoon, enjoy the ciy and shop for hand made Venetian carnival masks, blown glass from the island of Murano, marbled paper, unique gold jewellery and gourmet goodies. Sit down for dinner in one of the city’s charming restaurants.
Leave Venice for Emilia Romagna – the Italian region worldwide famous for its culinary traditions and products. On your way to Parma, visit an ancient Reinassance villa where an aceto balsamico producer will explain his craft to you. After lunch arrive in Parma and relax before staring your cooking class at the Academia Barilla culinary center. Learn to prepare traditional Italian recipes. Tasting required!
Visit local Parmigiano Reggiano and Prosciutto di Parma producers and taste their products. Walk around the Castello di Torrechiara, a 15th-century castle located in Langhirano, just south of Parma. After lunch at a local winery, take a walking guided tour of Parma’s historic city center, with visits to the Duomo and the Baptistery of Antelami, Teatro Regio and Piazza Garibaldi. Dine in one of the city’s best restaurants.
Start your day with a guided tour of the city: visit the Colosseo and Foro Romano; Piazza Navona and the Spanish steps; the Vatican and Castel Sant’Angelo. In the afternoon, relax and explore all the hidden places and stores of the millenial city. Lunch and dinner in one of the city’s finest restaurants.
Guided tour of the best gourmet stores of Rome: visit an authentic bakery and pastry shops, smell the flavors of olives, capers, oregano at local market in Campo de’ Fiori. Enjoy lunch in a traditional trattoria in Trastevere. Free time in the afternoon and dine in another great Roman restaurant.