April 1 – 9, 2020
9 DAYS IN PIEDMONT
04/01/20 – 04/09/20
*12 person maximum
$6,300 per person
CITIES YOU’LL VISIT:
Bologna, Parma, Collecchio, Langhirano, Modena, Maranello, Comacchio, Ferrara, Torre Maina
Cheese, prosciutto, pasta, Ferrari museum and factory, balsamic vinegar
See the making of Parmagiano Reggiano from farm to table. Visit and taste Prosciutto di Parma. Enjoy a guided walking tour of beuatiful Modena. Get behind the wheel of a Ferrari in the town where they are made. Dine in traditional restaurants where you will sample specialities of the region. 4-star hotels, cooking class, shopping, eating and drinking!
Emilia-Romagna: Italy’s gastronomic paradise. The original home of balsamic vinegar, Parmesan cheese, Prosciutto and Bolognese sauce, the region of Emilia-Romagna is one of Italy’s culinary superstars.
Emilia-Romagna is a region in northern Italy, extending from the Apennine Mountains to the Po River in the north. It’s known for its medieval cities, rich gastronomy and seaside resorts. The capital, Bologna, is a vibrant city with an 11th-century university and arched porticos lining the streets and squares of its medieval core.
Our tour includes private bus transportation, luxury 4-star hotel stays, tours of Modena, gourmet meals and the chance to experience the cuisine of this unique Italian region and go behind the scenes to see and taste the foods of this region at their source.
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Wednesday April 1: Bologna Airport/Parma
Thursday April 2: Parma/Collecchio/Parma
Friday April 3: Parma/Langhirano/Parma
Saturday April 4: Parma/Modena/Bologna
Sunday April 5: Bologna
Monday April 6: Bologna/Modena/Maranello/Bologna
Tuesday April 7: Bologna/Comacchio/Ferrara/Bologna
Wednesday April 8: Bologna/Torre Maina/Bologna
A professional chef will work with your group and you will be responsible for preparing a traditional Emilia Romagna meal. You will start, learning about local ingredients. Then the chef will assist you in the preparation of the dishes. At lunch you will enjoy what you have prepared.
Thursday April 9: Bologna/Bologna Airport
Ciao for now!
Nancy and her guests will be joined by guide and co-owner of aTTavola, Gioacchino Passalacqua, is an artisanal Italian food exporter, gastronome and native Sicilian who divides his time between Sicily, Italy and New York. As a native Mediterranean, Gioacchino has developed relationships with food producers, restaurateurs, olive oil companies, chocolatiers, vintners and confectioners.
Gioacchino has a keen sense of quality foods and wines which he passionately shares through his unique tours, tastings, and products. You’ll be pleased to know, every one of our guests has rated him a 5 star tour guide!
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Pellston, MI 49769
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