This beautiful Italian region hosts a selection of cooking classes in Umbria that make use of the local produce. After all, Lake Trasimeno is perfect for fresh fish and the woods and forests are home to an abundance of luxurious black truffles.
Everyone should try authentic pizza or pasta at least once while on a food tour in Italy. However, don’t forget to also sample some of those lesser-known local dishes during your time away!
With Italy known as the world’s leading wine producers, wine tours of the Italian wine regions are understandably among the most popular in Europe. Wine consumption in Italy is a huge part of everyday life. It plays a significant role, from socialising in the local bars and restaurants to opening a bottle with the family meal.
There are more countries producing wine nowadays than ever before, and vineyards are popping up in the least expected places. Even the Gobi Desert in the remote regions of Asia! As such, wine tours provide a fantastic insight into fine-wines from around the world.
Although, for the ultimate wine tour, the top three wine regions in the world have to be – Italy, France and Spain. In actual fact, these countries produce nearly half of the wine that is produced around the world.