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Recommendation for cooking class in Verona Italy

We are staying in Verona for 10 days. Wondering if anyone has a recommendation for a cooking class or something special to do while we are there.

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hey hey stmwashington (register for free)
search city: verona, click cooking classes, read up what they offer and make sure in verona and times, also use discount code at top of page
airbnb.experiences/verona or lago di garda
click subject that interests you
do take a train ride to lago di garda. ( ( 20 best to towns to visit around lake garda) ( to do in lake garda)
click town guides and things to do. few years back we drove from venice to bardolino, spen 2 days at hotel nettuno. attended their annual wine festival (festa del uva) late september/early october. was fabulous and so much fun, eat drink and be merry
click lake garda and see what ferries go to where from pescheira del garda or desenzano. enjoy time on this beautiful lake garda
check boat/ferry tours

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I usually look on airbnb and click on experiences. Put in your place, dates, number of people and then you can click on food and drink. Definitely check the reviews before booking. Have a great trip!!

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hey hey stmwashington
found a couple of other things that may interest you in verona.
a gorgeous garden of nature, art and history
via abramo masalongo 5/a, closed mondays. fresh pasta made daily if you have a passion for different types of pasta
from verona: day trip to madonna della corona church and mount baldo with lunch
stop at a tourist kiosk in a piazza and see if there is a tour or bus up to gorgeous church built into hillside. always check transportation to and from. many different things to do with getyourguide. they are a reseller of tours/tickets, we have used them 3 to 4 times in different cities in europe and never had an issues.
search santuario madonna della corona and things to do in verona
self guiding walking tours to download. the cities we went to in italy always stopped at a cafe, sat outside with chacuterie board, local wine and people watched. so relaxing and fun/interesting.
while in venice several years ago we took the train to a town we never heard of, no english spoken, got off train walked around had lunch/early dinner. many cities/towns away from verona to look into and enjoy a day away.
of course don't forget to stop by the bakeries/patisseries and gelato shop. few places we were on a mission who had the best. tasting all the flavors along with pastries so fun and had lots of laughs.