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Pizza and Gelato Cooking Class in Tuscan Farmhouse from Florence

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 US$74.20
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5:00PM departureMost Popular
Starting time is 5:00pm. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to check in.
From US$74.22
2:30PM departure
Starting time is 2:30pm. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to check in.
From US$82.47
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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1 - 5 of 116 reviews

Reviewed yesterday
Amazing evening in Tuscany!

Thank you Luca, Enrico and Lavi! We have been to Florence many times but have never taken a cooking class. This has been the highlight of all our trips...so much fun! Thank you for the laughter, the delicious pizza and gelato recipes and for making...More

Thank Barb S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
An Experience That Makes Me Smile Broad !!

Considering I've never cooked in my life I booked myself for this class through viator .. I dint go with any kind of expectations but with loads excitement as since the time I'd read about it ,, all it did was give me a positive...More

Thank kuntalhule
Reviewed 4 days ago
The best part of our trip!

We've visited Florence a few times before and decided to try something a bit more interactive than walking around one of the many (fabulous) museums. Absolutely zero regrets about the decision to take part in this! It was the highlight of our trip and we'll...More

Thank Francesca061
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Highlight of my trip!

This cooking class led by Max, Luca and Enrico was the perfect way to break up a routine of visiting the many statues and basilicas in Florence. We received some simple theory lessons on gelato making by Max. We then were on Luca’s “tv show”...More

Thank Amandasi02
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
30 May Pizza and Gelato cooking class

This is worth every penny. Enjoyable and professional. The setting is stunning, overlooking Florence. We can not compliment enough the professionalism of Enrico, Luca, Massimiliano. Also not to forget the ladies who were doing all the prep and clean up. The class is bothered enjoyable...More

Thank Rosie P
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dixieousley
13 June 2018|
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Response from Michael T | Reviewed this property |
I am quite sure the company would not allow you to walk back. They have responsibility for you from the departure point and return. I believe it would be too far to walk anyway!
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dixieousley
8 June 2018|
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Response from Michael T | Reviewed this property |
Hi, departure point is the Walkabout Tours office (and not the Walkabout Tours departure point near the railway station) which is not far from Ponte Vecchio. We walked from the office for a short distance to get on a bus at... More
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