The day was long (10 a.m. to about 4 p.m.), but it's well worth the time if you like cooking and want to learn more about Tuscan-style foods. The trip to the market was educational, despite being an obvious ploy to get you to buy products from favored vendors. I liked the hands-on experience in making pasta and dessert and really enjoyed getting to know the other tourists in my class. The best part? We got to eat everything at the end!
I felt this was a good value for the money and a great way to spend a day in Florence -- though if you have a strict timeline to see other things, this six-hour course will definitely eat into your schedule.
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