Florence: Pizza-Making and Gelato Experience
- Small group
- Skip the ticket line
- Duration: 3 hours
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Excellent tour! Not only do you get the valuable information about the exhibits as you're viewing them, but Martina also gave us tips as we traveled through the city between museums. I've done a number of tours and Martina's was unique in the fact that it didn't feel rushed and it didn't feel like she was on a clock to finish and move on. She allowed us to take pictures at our leisure and ask questions as needed. Truly amazing experience that I would definitely recommend to friends visiting the city.
Our guide, Guilia, was fantastic! She made the experience fun for my 5 children and very informative for the adults. She could sense when the kids were starting to get restless and would engage them in the tour. They thoroughly enjoyed the scavanger hunt with trying to find the different pieces of art. This made the whole experience for my wife and I so much better. We got an education on the artwork and the kids were happy. I highly recommend this tour if you want to see the Uffizi with kids.
OMG - this was so much fun. Katarina and Katarina both did a great job - I was so impressed. There was a family from London in our class and both of them worked so well with the kids in that family at the same time making sure we were all involved. They were very personable and welcoming and fun. Cooking should be fun and they did a great job showing that.
We had a great time, our chef (Tamasamo) was awesome! Our pizza that we made was delicious. A fun evening with the family. The only, I wasn't a fan of. You meet in one location and then walk about 15 mins to the actual place where the cooking class is located.
We are a family of 4, two girls of 11 and 7 and my wife and I. We took the treasure hunt with Martina and she was amazing, she has a great balance between teaching the girls about history and having fun. We had a great time!.