We are looking for a cooking class for a small group in Florence in November. Most of the classes I have seen advertised have class sizes up to 16 people. That is in y opinion a large class. Does anyone have any experience with a small local cooking class.?
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Have not done this in Florence but did in Rome. Check out Eatwith and their events. They are in people’s home so usually smaller groups. We had a cooking class with just the four in my family. Enjoy
there are quite a bit of cooking classes out there and 16 is small to most of them. opinions very between each person what "small" means.
viator.com (small-group pasta class from scratch-limited to 8)
what type of class, (pizza, gelato, pasta and sauce). best to email or call them and ask. another thing you can go to a TI - tourist info kiosk in town and see what kind of info they have on classes. depending how many people decide to sign up. sorry for the donna downer info, you will have something and have a great and fun time.