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Recipes, curiosities and stories hidden behind local food cultures!

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What they say about us

Kelly
Kelly
5
We highly recommend this tour! We were taken to places that definitely felt "off the beaten path"...hidden gems where we were treated as VIPs and never would have stumbled upon them on our own. We enjoyed delicious food and wine. Wonderful experience from start to finish.
Tom Owen
Tom Owen
5
Off the beaten track to get authentic tastes of florence. Matteo the guide kept conversation flowing and was an excellent guide, balancing the food and history and showing us the real florence. We left absolutely stuffed - DONT EAT BEFORE!
Henry Grant2
Henry Grant2
5
You guys do it well! Tried it in Firenze, loved it - tried it in Venezia, Loved it! Thank you! I am sorry I missed you guys in Roma and Napoli but I often travel to Italy and I will definitely try it. I loved it because it is very different from the previous one that I did just a couple of days before in Florence. The format is similar but the food is very different. I would have never expected that Firenze and Venezia have such a different history, culture and food! It is Italia but it is not quite the same! I had no clue before this two tours that food culture in Italia is so rooted in the region, area or tow, this opened up a world that I did not know about Italian cuisine. Well, now I know that Veneziani don`t eat Pasta with Meatballs but they call Ombreta a glass of red wine! Superb!