Bassano del grappa, in the heart of Veneto region, is famous for its old bridge, the Alpini Bridge (also known as Ponte Vecchio), whose construction dates back to the 13th century. It is also celebrated for its rich food culture, as the area is home to some prestigious ingredients; white Asparagus and Grappa are some of the flagships of this laid-back town.
If you’re lucky enough to be visiting Bassano del Grappa, don’t miss the chance to absorb the culinary knowledge of its passionate local people.
This village offers a variety of traditional dishes that locals have enjoyed for centuries - now it’s your turn to discover their stories as you cook up a storm with a real Italian family.
Why not learn how to prepare the typical "Risi e Bisi", or have a go at the divine Porcini mushroom risotto?
Italy has so many vegetarian options to offer - if you know where to look! Take home authentic Italian cooking skills to last a lifetime.
The Cesarina will teach you the secrets of three typical dishes (starter, pasta and dessert), based on their own family recipes and what’s in season. Then taste the fruit of your labour accompanied by local wine.
The perfect experience for avid cooks looking for vegetarian choices in Italy.