How to get to the cooking school
Ryanair and easyJet fly from several UK airports;Meridiana flies from Gatwick. British Airwayshave direct flights London Gatwick and Heathrow. Alitalia have flights from to the UK, but currently all with changes. All four airlines have flights from other major European destinations.Consider keeping carbon emissions down by taking the train. There are often special offers onwww.raileurope.co.uk. Or make a week with us a part of a longer holiday travelling by train around Europe-wide, and buy an Inter-Rail pass (available for all ages).
Where we are
We run the courses from a Villa three miles outside a town. The town is a little off the usual routes, so its charming historic centre is refreshingly free of tourists.
Explore the surroundings
You can get to the villa easily by train form the local airports and from all cities in, but once here, car rental is a must.
Train services between cities are good, but the public transport system leaves much to be desired. We do not transport you in a minibus, so you need a car (we can put you in touch with other participants so you can share one, even as a non-driver!) This way you can also explore the area on your own and tailor the week’s cookery holiday programme to your wishes.
For example, following your afternoon visit, you can stay and watch the city empty of tourists and dine at one of the excellent restaurants; alternatively you can explore the stunning countryside on your drive back, then have a dip in the pool and a healthy bite to eat in the garden outside the villa.