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Pizza and Gelato Cooking Class in Tuscan Farmhouse from Florence

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Highlights
  • Delve deeper into Italian cuisine during a cooking lesson in Tuscany 
  • Escape the bustle of Florence for a serene Tuscan farmhouse 
  • Master the techniques crucial to making authentic pizza and gelato
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Pizza and Gelato Cooking Class in Tuscan Farmhouse from Florence
From USD 73.11
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5:00PM departureMost Popular
Starting time is 5:00pm. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to check in.
USD 73.11
2:30PM departure
Starting time is 2:30pm. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to check in.
USD 81.23
Overview

Travelers with a passion for Italian food delve deeper into Florence’s culinary scene during this pizza and gelato cooking experience. Escape the city to a remote farmhouse on a relaxing Tuscan estate where you’ll master the basics of Italian pizza and gelato. The highlight of this culinary experience is eating the fruit of your labors, a great way to interact with other travelers and enjoy authentic Italian fare.

What to Expect

Arrive 15 minutes prior to the departure time selected at checkout to the centrally located Walkabout Florence. There you’ll board a minibus destined for the Tuscan countryside.

Following a scenic journey, you’ll be greeted with traditional fettunta (toast with toppings) and a glass of Chianti.

After learning the history of pizza and gelato, you’ll recreate the iconic Italian dishes yourself. Once you’ve prepared the pizza dough, you’ll add your favorite toppings from freshly harvested produce, and cook your creation in a wood-fired oven.

Feast on your pizza, accompanied by beer or wine, before making creamy gelato. You'll go back to Florence with recipes, and the tour concludes with drop-off at your original departure point.

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Reviewed 2 days ago
Pizza and Gelato Cooking Class - a Must!!

The highlight of our days in Florence was this pizza and gelato making class. It was so much fun. Our instructors - Luca, Enrico, and Angela - were amazing. Very hands on and we learned so much. The pizza was delicious and definitely the best...More

Thank Lisamh77
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Amazing activity.

Luca, Matteo and Max entertained us from the start of the tour right up to the final moments. The gelato and pizza making was interesting and great fun. Best trip I've been on in Italy.

Thank Robyn Victoria C
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
A real highlight of our short trip to Florence

We booked through Viator in advance, though you can book in Florence it was more expensive there. Our trip went from the Walkabout offices - not the easiest place to find so allow a little extra time! We had a short walk to our air...More

Thank Travelogger69
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Amazing experience in Florence

This was the best money I’ve spent during my two week trip to Europe. The food, instruction, and entertainment were fantastic. Big kudos to the staff, and especially Luca, Max and Matteo.

Thank Davecachia
Reviewed 3 days ago
AMAZING cooking class with Enrico, Luca and Massimiliano

Every time I travel, I follow cooking class. This ONE is just WOWWWW. For me, it was the second times at that place and I was still impress by the organisation and the quality of the class. Thanks to Enrico, Luca and Massimiliano you do...More

Thank Mpbea33
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moniquemariet
17 August 2018|
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Response from Travelogger69 |
It was five hours including the short trip in the bus out to the vineyard and back. If you don’t need transport it may be best to speak to Walkabout Florence as that’s who organises this tour, though we booked through... More
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Jomacp
14 August 2018|
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Response from amymck105 | Reviewed this property |
They do sorbets there too, so you should be ok
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