Cooking Class and Lunch in Historical Neapolitan Venue
Learn to Cook an Authentic Neapolitan Lunch in a Beautiful, Historic VenueMon-Sun:10:00 am
Naples is a city in southern Italy that sits on the Bay of Naples. Naples is a historically rich city dating all the way back to the 2nd millennium B.C. and housing several centuries of important art and architecture. Historical monuments are dispersed throughout the city of Naples. This city is also known for its still-active volcano as well. Discover the amazing city of Naples through its beautiful nature, historically rich culture, impressive architecture, creative art, and delectable gastronomy to enjoy the city as a foodie getaway.
Go on a hiking adventure through Mount Vesuvius. Go enjoy an opera performance by some of the best performers in Italy at Teatro di San Carlo. Learn a bit about the history of the Catacombs of San Gennaro by taking a visit. Visit various museums throughout the city and stop at different restaurants and find culinary delights along the way in Naples.
Foodie getaways would not be complete without indulging in the typical cuisine of the region. Neapolitan cuisine is influenced by different cultures that have also influenced Naples history. Neapolitan cuisine is usually based on ingredients such as pasta, vegetables, and fresh seafood dishes.
A popular dish eaten in this region is called spaghetti alle vongole, which is spaghetti with clams. Another typical dish of the region is risotto alla pescatora, which is seafood risotto. Other popular dishes that Neapolitan’s enjoy include pasta e patate (pasta and potato soup), timballo (pasta pie), gnocchi alla sorrentina (potato dumplings baked in tomato sauce and mozzarella), and pasta e fagioli. Some of the most delectable dishes can be eaten in this region.
Of course you will have to pair your delicious food with the local drinks that you can taste. Taste some of the best aglianico wines. Aglianico is a black grape grown in the southern regions of Italy so Naples is the perfect place to taste some of the wines made from this grape.