Spend 15 days in Italy and learn all about this popular cuisine that dates back to the 4th Century BC and the Roman Empire. Enjoy authentic local foods, beverages, and agricultural products, then meet culinary professionals and entrepreneurs in the region who will share their knowledge and insights into Italian culture and its unique culinary history. Along the way, you’ll visit several historic ruins, museums, and other landmark locations.
Your first days in Salerno will include traveling to Capaccio and the Caseificio Borlotti to visit a farm and mozzarella production center, including local sausage making techniques. You'll also engage in hands-on cooking instruction that features ravioli, mozzarella en carrozza, and ragù Napoletana. You’ll also travel to Rome, Noci, and nearby towns to expand your cultural awareness and knowledge of Italian cuisine.