Friday, June 11, 2010
Savour Authentic Italian Cuisine On Lake Maggiore
TRAVELLERS will learn culinary secrets from a Michelin-starred chef, cruise beautiful Lake Maggiore and enjoy a guided wine-cellar tour on this authentic taste of Italy from Tempo Holidays.
The three day adventure offers the ideal introduction to Italian cuisine, based at Verbania on the shores of internationally renowned Lake Maggiore, easily accessible from Milan.
Highlights include a morning cooking class with one of Italy’s finest chefs and a lunch based on your own creations plus a private boat excursion on Lake Maggiore visiting the Borromee Islands and Islola Pescatori with sumptuous dinner on Pescatori Island.
Priced from $906* per person twin share, the package includes two nights accommodation in a four-star Lake Maggiore hotel, two breakfasts, one lunch and one dinner, cooking class with a Michelin-starred chef, private boat excursion with dinner and guided wine-cellar visit.
The tour is valid for sale and travel to October 9, 2010
For bookings, contact your local travel agent or Tempo Holidays - Australian Travel Agent, www.tempoholidays.com, 1300 558 987 or email@example.com. For more information, check out Tempo Holidays’ latest specials and promotions.
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