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Cooking class in Taormina With Chef Massimo
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Cooking class in Taormina With Chef Massimo

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The best way to connect with any local culture is through food, and nowhere is this more true than Sicily. With this cooking class, shop for ingredients at the market in Taormina like a local before learning how to prepare a variety of traditional Sicilian dishes with Chef Massimo in his restaurant kitchen. Enjoy the fruits of our labors over lunch afterwards, served with two local wines.
US$ 117.63 per adult
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Javier_F_MT wrote a review Sep 2020
Valletta, Malta26 contributions6 helpful votes
A tiny fishing village with a lot of character, mostly known by yacht owners as the berthing place where you can have a decent fish based meal. The old village core is small and quaint, great in the evening for that stroll amongst the narrow roads after a meal. followed by a gelato (a must). A nice stroll by the seaside during the night is called Italian living. Enjoying a bottle of wine with your partner in this historic romantic setting is called 'amore' . The tonnara is a must to visit. the walls and the building s speak stories. Away from the old part the town is well served with numerous good restaurants.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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enric wrote a review Nov 2019
Montreal, Canada20 contributions1 helpful vote
Im in love with Marzamemi , so colorful, cozy , autentic. I been to Oliveri and Marzamemi and i will come back for sure next trip to sicily
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Date of experience: November 2019
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David Y wrote a review Sep 2019
12 contributions5 helpful votes
We went there on recommendation for food. At lunchtime I in mid September nothing seemed to be happening. Few cafes open and menus limited. Whole atmosphere was dreary. Public toilets a disgrace and place untidy.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Eli B wrote a review Aug 2019
Sydney, Australia3,711 contributions2,922 helpful votes
Once an important centre for tuna fishing, it retains a evocatively decayed maritime complex. Eat at La Cialoma for great fishy dishes.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Matthias R wrote a review Aug 2019
Bonn, Germany11 contributions10 helpful votes
Place is completely overrated. Rubbish lies around everywhere, it smells rotten and people just thow their garbage on the streets and the sea. Disgusting tourist trap with absolutely nothing to see. The only purpose is to rip people off. Restaurants are ridiculously expensive, quality is bad. Please don't go there and spend your time visiting one of the many beautiful and worthwhile places of southern Sicily.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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