Coming to Italy with the kiddos or the teens? Are you the kind of traveler that chases down the best food and wine but unsure if the kiddos will appreciate that fine cave aged sheep's milk cheese with grower sparkling wines? Look no more. We're here to help!
What cities do you plan to visit? If you are visiting cities in Italy like Rome, Florence, Bologna Venice and Milan- you are in luck. With the food and wine travel industry booming, you will have no problem finding an array of food tour activities in Italy that are for sure family friendly.
Do you like pizza? Do your children like pizza? Consider a private pizza making class or a pizza tasting tour! Curious as to where we can organize this? I'd recommend Florence, the Amalfi Coast and/or Rome. Contact us if you'd like more information regarding gourmet, private pizza making class in any of the locations above listed or a pizza tasting tour where you'd visit the best bakeries and pizzerias in various major Italian cities with extremely knowledgeable foodie tour guides.
Crazy about gelato? Florence is a safe bet for a truly artisan Gelato experience as it is considered the birthplace of gelato by many food enthusiasts and journalists! In Florence, you can partake in a short gelato crawl to discover artisan producers while learning about the tradition of Italian gelato. If you are looking for something a little more hands-on to keep the kids busy, consider adding on a gelato-making option. We offer gelato crawls in Florence, so you're in luck.
Mangia la pasta? Love pasta? Kids and adults love pasta and what more fun than to take the family to a pasta shop or a private home of an Italian mamma chef to learn the secrets of Italian pasta making- by hand!
Did someone say chocolate? Consider a chocolate shop tasting tour or learn how to make artisan chocolates in Italy's premier food markets and chocolate shops with truly talented sweet chefs. These kinds of activities are especially delicious in cities like Florence, Bologna, Perugia, Modica (Sicily) and Turin where chocolate laboratories, shops and makers run rampant. Interested in a customized chocolate experience which includes having the kids (or teens) make their own Italian artisan chocolates? Request more info!
Still curious for more family friendly foodie activities in Italy? Leave a comment!