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Sweet Florence by bike

clock 2 hours 30 minutes
  • A ride through the city of Florence along the river Arno, admiring the squares, palaces and...Read more

Baking for Kids: Christmas biscuits class at a Cesarina's home in Siena

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  • Christmas is made for family and kids; don’t you think- If you are traveling to Italy in this special and cozy season you can discover the local gastronomy baking the traditional festive biscuits of the region you are visiting.
    In Italy is a tradition that, during the festive season, the youngest of the family bake the biscuits and sweet...Read more

Baking for Kids: Christmas biscuits class at a Cesarina's home in Lucca

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  • Christmas is made for family and kids; don’t you think- If you are traveling to Italy in this special and cozy season you can discover the local gastronomy baking the traditional festive biscuits of the region you are visiting.
    In Italy is a tradition that, during the festive season, the youngest of the family bake the biscuits and sweet...Read more

Creative Family Christmas: Decorate your Panettone at a Cesarina's home-Siena

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  • Festive season is that period of the year to spend with your family. If you are travelling to Italy with your kids, you must try and decorate the most beloved Italian Christmas dessert: Panettone.
    This dessert is originally from Milan, but these days it is enjoyed all over Italy (and the world)! You can eat Panettone by itself or you can serve...Read more

Creative Family Christmas: Decorate your Panettone at a Cesarina's-Montepulciano

clock 3 hours
  • Festive season is that period of the year to spend with your family. If you are travelling to Italy with your kids, you must try and decorate the most beloved Italian Christmas dessert: Panettone.
    This dessert is originally from Milan, but these days it is enjoyed all over Italy (and the world)! You can eat Panettone by itself or you can serve...Read more
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