As part of a 2 month trip to Europe will be staying in Florence area for a week. We are looking for a place to stay for a couple of nights in the Tuscany area that gives cooking classes. Have seen both good reviews for Borgo Argenia and Fagiolari. Has anyone stayed in either of these places or have any other places that you could recommend? Would love to hear all suggestions from actual experiences!
Place to stay in Tuscany that gives cooking classes
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