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Apulian Cooking Holidays
       
Website www.hallmarktravels.com/apulia_cooking_classes.html
Year Established 2009
Program Description Hands-on Italian cooking classes held in farmhouses or historical palaces; truffle hunting.
Program Length 8 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 12 max
Program Focus Wine, Italian
Faculty Local chefs & home cooks
Global Locations Puglia, Italy
Months May, June, September, October, November
Contact Augusto Francot
Trip consultant
Hallmark Travels
V. Ugo Foscolo
Lecce, Puglia 73100
Italy
Phone: (39) 3935107172
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