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Ireland

Womens Travel Club

The magic and delight of this beautiful land, with its spectacular scenery, vibrant culture, castles and coastlines has made Ireland a favourite of the women of the Women’s Travel club. Join us on this exclusive journey around the Emerald Isle. This delightful tour will highlight the best that this stunning country has to offer, including Northern Ireland.
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Scotland

Womens Travel Club

Known for it's dramatic scenery of mountains and valleys, rolling hills, green fields and forests, and rugged coastline, Scotland may not always be sunny but your will surely receive a warm welcome. Join us as we explore castles, look for Nessie and taste the famous whisky.
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Arctic Womens Travel Club

Arctic Expedition

Womens Travel Club

The largest island of the Svalbard archipelago, Spitsbergen is known as the “wildlife capital of the Arctic,” and on this unforgettable 12-day voyage, you will discover why. This journey has been designed to maximize time on the west and northern/southern tips of the island, providing you optimal chances to witness the remarkable array of creatures who call this spectacular yet forbidding environment home—including whales, walruses, Svalbard reindeer, seabirds by the thousands, and that most iconic of Arctic residents, the polar bear.
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Paris Getaway

Womens Travel Club

This 4-day French vacation showcases Paris, with a day trip to nearby Giverny and Versailles. Your trip to Paris unveils the most popular city on the planet, known as the City of Light. Paris has beguiled globetrotters for centuries, attracting them with its gorgeous 18th-century architecture, vibrant museum culture, and unparalleled arts and culinary scene.
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Artisans Sapori e saperi

Courses with Italian Artisans

Sapori and Saperi Adventures – Flavours and Knowledge of Italian Artisans

​​Join on of our intensive courses for professionals and keen amateurs with theoretical and practical sessions during which you learn with Italian professionals in your area of interest. Since there is a lot of hands-on practice, you return home being able to produce what you've been learning about. Course instructors are available after the course to answer questions by email. Advanced Salumi - Art and Science of Gelato -  Theory and practice of Italian Cheese - Truffle - Mozzarella - Olive Oil
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cheese-making Sapori e saperi

Theory & Practice of Italian Cheese

Sapori and Saperi Adventures – Flavours and Knowledge of Italian Artisans

Learning to make cheese takes an hour. Learning to make good cheese is a lifetime’s work. This course will give the novice enough training to make some simple cheeses, but its main aim is to give professional artisan cheesemakers the opportunity to share and enhance their knowledge by working with five Tuscan cheesemakers who have been making cheese every day of their lives. Their cheese and ricotta are expressions of an unbroken tradition handed down to them from their parents and grandparents, some made in a single pot from the milk of their own animals and some to which a little modern technology has been applied without obliterating their character. The course covers cow, sheep and goat milk cheeses. It is taught in English.
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cheese-making Sapori e saperi

Theory & Practice of Italian Cheese

Sapori and Saperi Adventures – Flavours and Knowledge of Italian Artisans

Learning to make cheese takes an hour. Learning to make good cheese is a lifetime’s work. This course will give the novice enough training to make some simple cheeses, but its main aim is to give professional artisan cheesemakers the opportunity to share and enhance their knowledge by working with five Tuscan cheesemakers who have been making cheese every day of their lives. Their cheese and ricotta are expressions of an unbroken tradition handed down to them from their parents and grandparents, some made in a single pot from the milk of their own animals and some to which a little modern technology has been applied without obliterating their character. The course covers cow, sheep and goat milk cheeses. It is taught in English.
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cheese-making Sapori e saperi

Theory & Practice of Italian Cheese

Sapori and Saperi Adventures – Flavours and Knowledge of Italian Artisans

Learning to make cheese takes an hour. Learning to make good cheese is a lifetime’s work. This course will give the novice enough training to make some simple cheeses, but its main aim is to give professional artisan cheesemakers the opportunity to share and enhance their knowledge by working with five Tuscan cheesemakers who have been making cheese every day of their lives. Their cheese and ricotta are expressions of an unbroken tradition handed down to them from their parents and grandparents, some made in a single pot from the milk of their own animals and some to which a little modern technology has been applied without obliterating their character. The course covers cow, sheep and goat milk cheeses. It is taught in English.
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Olive Oil Sapori e Saperi

Olive Oil – Tree to Table in Tuscany

Sapori and Saperi Adventures – Flavours and Knowledge of Italian Artisans

For olive growers, oil producers, vendors, chefs, nutritionists and food lovers.You’ve tasted olive oil and cooked with olive oil, but what do you really know about the juice of the olive? In the heart of Tuscany, professional olive oil judge Elisabetta Sebastio leads you from olive grove to mill to extra-virgin oil in the bottle.  You learn how to taste and judge oil; how to detect defects and what causes them, the role of olive oil in the Mediterranean diet, how to use it in the kitchen and at the table. During the course you will taste 25 different oils from various regions of Italy. You'll make gelato and chocolate with olive oil and prepare truffles with it. In five days, you’ll master the basic knowledge to become an expert. All it takes is to continue practising.
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Giants of Sardinia

Sapori and Saperi Adventures – Flavours and Knowledge of Italian Artisans

The Bronze Age stone giants from Mont’e Prama are the wonder of Sardinia. Nearby we’ve found some giants of another kind: smaller in stature but brave and bold when defending their traditional food. Some will be familiar and some unexpected and bizarre, like the culurgiones you’ll get to make yourself. Don’t know what they are? Come find out. From bottarga to rice to saffron and peperoncino, your palate will expand to encompass a whole new world of flavours. You could even become a giant yourself. Really small group (maximum 10 people)​
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giants of sardinia Sapori e Saperi

Giants of Sardinia

Sapori and Saperi Adventures – Flavours and Knowledge of Italian Artisans

The Bronze Age stone giants from Mont’e Prama are the wonder of Sardinia. Nearby we’ve found some giants of another kind: smaller in stature but brave and bold when defending their traditional food. Some will be familiar and some unexpected and bizarre, like the culurgiones you’ll get to make yourself. Don’t know what they are? Come find out. From bottarga to rice to saffron and peperoncino, your palate will expand to encompass a whole new world of flavours. You could even become a giant yourself. Really small group (maximum 10 people)​
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Tuscan Heritage

Sapori and Saperi Adventures – Flavours and Knowledge of Italian Artisans

Hop aboard our time machine for a journey into Tuscany’s past. During your slow odyssey through the millennia, you’ll hunt for truffles with an Etruscan dog, celebrate an 8th-century candlelit procession, stand in front of the greatest frescoes of Piero della Francesca and dine in a 15th-century tax haven. As the decades glide by, you’ll spy out the countryside from a 16th-century fortress, taste Chianti Classico wine from 17th-century terraces and get lost in the music of Puccini, the great 19th-century composer born within the 16th-century walls of Lucca.
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