22069
Italy
Cooking in Sicily
Learn the time-honored art of Sicilian cooking as you visit a historic winery and enjoy chef-led cooking classes!
Rating (4.94)
Program No. 22069RJ
Length
10 days
Starts at
2,339
Flights start at
625
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4.94 Average
Kathy
(5)

This trip to Sicily was wonderful! This was my first travel experience with Road Scholar and I am so glad that I took the trip. This was a small group tour and that was very nice - met some wonderful people. Rosa was the tour leader and I think she did a great job at making it an awesome vacation. The hotel was in a great location and the staff were all very very nice. Massimo, our chef, made the cooking experience fun - we actually cooked some yummy dishes. Lots of steps and walking and I have to admit I'll be looking forward to visiting again as there was so much to see in the area (at least for me).

Susan
(5)

This is a great program with some of the best food in Sicily and you will make it yourself!

Kathryn
(5)

Wonderful trip! The cooking was pure fun, as was the eating and the endless lovely wine. For me, the field trips were the best part - the history and archeology of this fascinating piece of Europe. And staying each night in the same very nice hotel made it both easy and also fun to get to know Taormina.

Leni
(5)

I was extremely pleased with cooking in sicily. The cooking classes were excellent and we had a wonderful group of people who all shared a love of cooking, eating and drinking. It was a wonderful trip.

Richard
(4)

A big bonus of this program is that you are in one hotel the whole time (no packing & unpacking), in a beautiful mountainside town with fascinating history and architecture, and lovely views of the Ionian Sea and of Mt. Etna.

Joanne
(5)

This was a fabulous experience! Rosa, our tour director, was extremely knowledgeable and really went out of her was to show us her Sicily! Our accommodations were nice and in a good location as well. The cooking lessons just could not have been better! The instructors were delightful and excellent. Although I am an experienced cook, I brought home new skills and great ideas!

Susan
(5)

Cooking In Sicily was a fabulous program, fun, exciting and educational ! Rosa, our group leader was unbelievable and truly cares about her group ! I would absolutely take another trip with Rhode Scholar !!

Janeen
(5)

The program was interesting and educational on several levels. I learned ,a few recipes,about Sicilys ancient history, about Sicilys c current events, legends, the whole trip was terrified. Owing primarily to the guide Rosa Rizza!

Jane
(5)

Rosa is a great guide and Massimo is an excellent teacher . This a great program. Sicily in itself cannot be disappointing.

Carol
(5)

The "Cooking in Sicily" was the best program I've ever attended.

Ralph
(5)

Loved our cooking tour of Sicily. Guide Rosa Rizza was a gem and was the main ingredient in bringing all of the wonderful parts of the trip together. We learned cooking but also culture, history and living habits of Sicilians and Italians. I always ask lots of questions and in this case got lots of answers.

Diane
(5)

This was a wonderful program, but much more challenging physically than indicated in the program information. Taormina is a very hilly town and there were 102 steps from our hotel to the main shopping street which had to be climbed at least twice a day and often 3 or 4 times.

Ann Marie
(5)

It could not get better than this

Linda
(5)

I wanted to go to Italy with a cooking group and the Road Scholar trip to Taormina was a great choice. So glad I did this!

William
(5)

The Cooking in Sicily tour was led by Ms. Rosa Rizza who was a cheerful walking encyclopedia of Sicilian history and tradition. The four cooking courses, conducted by two noted chefs, were entertaining, informal and belt breaking. All four sessions emphasized technique and regional dishes that can be recreated at home with common utensils. An advanced cook would lean new dishes and a novice would not feel awkward. I highly recommend the tour for people who enjoy eating.

Linda
(5)

I realize the website had a recent overhaul but I wish the messaging feature was still active.

Tim
(5)

Our cooking tour to Sicily based in beautiful Taormina was a dream trip for me.Our Road Scholar tour leader was outstanding! A safe and comfortable boutique hotel overlooking the Ionian sea. It was magical.

Tom
(5)

Fun time.






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