In addition to its reputation as a hub for romance, the arts, and music, Verona also maintains a robust and age-old culinary tradition that relies on the superior quality of regional raw materials like wine, olive oil, and rice and is rooted in traditional, home-cooked dishes. In this one-of-a-kind opportunity, you’ll meet a renowned chef from Verona and have the chance to learn from him or her in a private cooking lesson held in a comfortable home.
You’ll find out how to make fresh pasta from scratch, along with other simple but delicious dishes like “bruschetta,” using only the tools and ingredients you already have at home. Dessert will be tiramisù, the undisputed king of Italian desserts. Indulge in the fruits of your labor over a hearty group lunch, and take home a copy of the day’s recipes as a keepsake.
- 4-hour cooking class in Verona
- Discover the simple, authentic way of Italian cooking
- Make classic Italian dishes including hand-made pasta, bruschetta, and tiramisù
- Learn cooking tips and techniques from an experienced Italian and English-speaking chef
- Savour your home-cooked meal with local Valpolicella wine
Italian Cooking Class in Verona
Meet your Italian chef at the meeting point, then head inside your venue for your 4-hour Italian cooking class. The experience takes place in a beautiful cooking school inside one of Verona’s historical buildings. All equipment and ingredients are provided, so all you have to do is come with an appetite and eagerness to learn the secrets of Italian cuisine!
Your instructor will teach you about the simplicity and authenticity of Italian cuisine, cooking, and dining. What makes Italian food so good? It’s all about using fresh, high-quality ingredients and basic cooking techniques to enhance the natural flavors of the food; you don’t need a great deal of effort to create a delicious Italian meal.
Make several tasty and healthy dishes including hand-made fresh pasta and bruschetta (tomato-topped grilled bread). Top it off with a classic Italian dessert – tiramisu, a sponge cake laced with liqueur and coffee and layered with cocoa and sweet mascarpone cheese. Everything is made from scratch, and your passionate chef will help you every step of the way. Once everything is finished, sit down together at the table and savor your meal with a glass of local Valpolicella wine.
At the end of the class, you’ll be given a booklet with the day’s recipes, so you can recreate this Italian meal at home for family and friends.
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Top hotels in Verona
Verona has dozens of hotels of various star ratings, together with other lodging solutions, such as guest houses, hostels, and Airbnb. Bellow are some top hotel recommendations from our website. For a general hotel search, check the form at the bottom of this page or our hotel booking page.
Hotel Gabbia D’Oro
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Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Verona
The peak season for flights to Verona is January, February and December. The low season for purchasing tickets is May, July and August.
Verona is served by these airports: Verona Villafranca Airport and Montichiari Airport. Direct flights to Verona are offered by 22 airlines. Most flights are with Neos.
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Last Updated on March 12, 2023 by Travel Guides Editor @ gotravelyourself.com