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Our most recommended Umbria Family-friendly Activities

Paciano: Organic Cooking Class at a Farm with Lunch and Wine

1. Paciano: Organic Cooking Class at a Farm with Lunch and Wine

Immerse yourself in authentic Italian culture with this cooking lesson at a farmhouse in Paciano. Use farm-fresh vegetables to make delectable recipes that your can recreate at home. Participate in a wine and olive oil tasting. Have the option to request a baby sitter if you want to take the kids.  Travel to a farmhouse on an estate that has sweeping views of the Tuscan countryside. Be greeted by your host who is an Italian mother. Listen to relaxing music as you learn to cook 3-4 pasta sauces (one meat sauce) and tiramisu. Create dishes using organic ingredients with seasonal vegetables from the organic kitchen garden. Get accommodations if you let your host know that you are vegetarian or gluten free. Find out how to taste olive oil and wine like an expert. Pickup some Italian words from your host. Sit down to a full meal with the food that you have created. Bring some leftovers back home with your for dinner.

Perugia: Pasta and Tiramisu Class

2. Perugia: Pasta and Tiramisu Class

During this private lesson, you will learn how to prepare 2 pasta recipes and the tiramisu dessert from scratch. Your Cesarina will reveal the tricks of the trade of these iconic recipes. Have fun putting your cooking skills to the test and amaze your friends and family once home with an Italian meal! This experience is suitable for families with children of all ages.

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What people are saying about Umbria

Julia picked us up in Assisi, and it was a short trip to the winery. She was a great guide and answered all our questions. There was a beautiful view of the valley. At the winery, which was really their home, Maria (the owner) was a very gracious host, she made us feel at home on the patio. We tasted several nice wines, had some delicious bruschetta, cheese and meats. The lunch concluded with biscotti and a very nice after dinner wine, followed by a small tasting of balsamic vinegar.....awesome stuff. Maria then gave us a tour of her wine making facility, and provided lots of answers to our many questions! We would recommend this tour...the smaller scale operation and private home like setting made it a unique and special time!

Ellen’s tour of the old city was full of history and beautiful Midieval architechture. I felt like I was actually walking into history and learned so many fascinating things. I especially enjoyed seeing the underground streets that were later covered over with another city on top. An excellent introduction to Perugia, a gem of a lovely little city.

We had a great time with our tour guide!! Highly recommended.