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ITALY CULINARY TOUR – LIGURIA TO EMILIA ROMAGNA

    Take your tastebuds on an unforgettable Italy culinary tour and experience the unique cultures of 3 different Italian regions through their gastronomy. Connect with local people, and artisans, and travel off the beaten path to get in touch with Italy’s most authentic side.

    This culinary adventure will take you through some of Italy’s most spectacular landscapes. From the UNESCO World Heritage vineyard-laden hills of Piedmont to the spectacular rugged coast of Liguria to one of Italy’s most iconic culinary centres of Parma, this itinerary is sure to impress. Stay in charming accommodations and explore these extraordinary Italian regions with local insiders. Contact us for a custom itinerary.

    COOKING PUGLIA WORKSHOP | EVERYONE AT THE TABLE

      Exciting news to share! In 2023, Julie Marr & Francesco Creanza of Everyone at the Table, are excited to be expanding their workshop repertoire with three different retreats on offer.

      Upcoming dates: June 3-7th, 2023

      FUMBLING AROUND TUSCANY

        Tour leading is an amazing way to see the world. For sure. It is not without its challenges however. I’ve had many mind-blowingly incredible experiences with a smattering of terrible ones. When asked about my most difficult tour leading experience, I have the same reaction – I pause, tilt my head to the side and smile as snippets of 75+ countries, countless groups, and a myriad  bizarre tour leading moments flash before my eyes. One of my favourite travel tales? Leading a walking tour through Tuscany…blind. Not the kind of “blind” that we use in the industry for doing a tour for the first time, but “blind” as in extremely visually impaired. I had just finished leading a tour in Spain and was on my way to Italy to lead a walking tour through Tuscany. My flights seemed simple enough – Seville to Madrid then Madrid to Rome. Now as much as I like to fancy myself a savvy traveller, I am self-admittedly a terrible packer. I sometimes get a bit lazy when I pack and just toss everything in my checked bag. When I’m on the ball, I pack a carry-on bag with all the essentials such as important documents, guide books, glasses, lipgloss (yes, it’s important), change of clothing, jacket, and extra contact lenses. In this instance I’d been so busy with my group in Spain, that I was not on the ball and therefore didn’t take the extra 5 minutes needed to pack my carry-on well. I… Read More »FUMBLING AROUND TUSCANY