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We originally booked a cheesetour for five but as plans did not work out we ended up being only three. This was not a problem and we did not hear a word about this.
Great tour of their cheese cave and loads of information along...More
We have walked all the way there from the lake side, hopping to see something from the cheese manufacturing or at least to taste something.
Three people that made a long way from Israel to Italy and now to Arona.
At first, it was hard...More
Andrea was an excellent guide. The cheese factory was fascinating and very enjoyable. We learned a lot and finished the tour with a tasty selection plus wine and water. Very good value at 25€ each. Shop was very good too- lots to choose from. Highly...More
We (4 cheese heads from the Netherlands) found these cheese experts on tripadvisor. This was the most informative tasting experience we ever had. Walter gave us the tour, he was an excellent tour guide with a lot of passion for cheese. Must do!
We had a wonderful and educational experience here. They are true geese purveyors, and we learned a lot about everything to do with cheese.
In addition, we had a lovely tasting with wine afterwards, and the shop itself sold us some wonderful cheese to take...More
We were introduced to Guffanti’s smoked aged ricotta d’Alpeggio during Bra Cheese. They invited us to visit their caves in Arona on Lago Maggiore and so that’s what we just did today. My charm was able to gain us a visit guided by Luigi himself....More
If you are in Arona, you must visit this place. We thought one hour was enough to get know the history of this place and cheese testing, but unfortunately we were told it is too late and we should be 2 hours earlier. Even though...More
Popped in at mid morning on a Saturday hoping we could get a tour. Ended up being a very interesting experience. Staff are passionate about their trade.
Well worth a visit and shop is fantastic for cheese lovers.
We popped in here an a bit of a whim after seeing good reviews on TripAdvisor.
No one else was in the shop except for us and the several workers, so we had an almost personal private tour!
Great smells and a very knowledgeable guide,...More