You know I love Italy, and I love Italian food. I came across this Tuscany cooking school offers a pretty exciting agenda.
Taking a cooking vacation in Italy has never been easier than with Cook in Tuscany, a luxury culinary vacation personally designed by Americans George and Linda Meyers, who followed their own dream of wanting to cook in Italy. After years of arranging cooking classes for friends and family, they decided to formally organize a cooking school for anyone to come enjoy this memorable bucket list experience.
Cook in Tuscany offers a luxurious yet affordable and easily approachable way to indulge one’s desire to learn to cook and stay in beautiful Tuscany. For a land-only price of just $3,850 per person based on double occupancy (add $300 for single occupancy), travelers can enjoy a 7-day/6-night all-inclusive program which covers everything but transatlantic airfare, airport transfers, and personal souvenirs and expenses.
Classes run May through June and September through early October and the week-long adventure includes:
• 6 nights at Hotel La Costa or the Meyer’s Villa in Montefollonico
• Hands-on cooking classes (classes vary but may include making pasta, pizza, Tuscan bread, cheese, and more using centuries-old recipes from local Tuscan women)
• All meals plus wine and receptions
• Excursions, tours, bus tours, and tasting experiences throughout Tuscany
For additional information, visit CookinTuscany.com or call 703-895-1395.
ABOUT COOK IN TUSCANY
Cook In Tuscany was founded by George and Linda Meyers in 2010 after they decided to give up their regular day jobs (he as a lobbyist and she as a teacher) in order to go follow their dream to cook, eat, play, and travel. A few years later, the couple founded Cook in Mexico offering cooking vacations in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and later Cook in Cuba for cooking vacations in Cuba. Cook In Mexico was named the winner of the 2017 Magellan Gold Award for Best in Mexico for Destinations – Culture and Arts by Travel Weekly Magazine. The couple blogs about their travels and adventures at CookEatPlayTravel.com. To learn more about their cooking schools, visit CookinTuscany.com, CookinMexico.com, or CookinCuba.com.