Why Tus­cany?

No. 1 Magazine - - FRONT PAGE -

With an end­less list of pizza, pasta and an­tipasti, our mouths were left wa­ter­ing when we dis­cov­ered the large range of cook­ing classes that dot the Tus­can land­scape. April and May are great months to visit Italy, as there are some glo­ri­ously sunny days as well as the odd rainy day that you could spend tucked away in an Ital­ian kitchen. Many classes of­fer the op­tion of mov­ing out­side to bask in the sun­shine while you en­joy your culi­nary de­lights. Although there are no di­rect flights from Scot­land to Tus­cany, it is pos­si­ble to fly to Florence and then ride by train from there to your des­ti­na­tion. The train is usu­ally around an hour and a half, so you could spend some time ex­plor­ing Florence be­fore catch­ing a train to your fi­nal des­ti­na­tion.

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