Naples Food Tour
Pizza Making Class
Can I participate food tours if I have food allergies or other dietary restrictions?
Yes. If you have any specific allergies/intolerances please indicate these in the Notes section when you're booking and your guide will do his or her best to accommodate. Vegetarian, gluten-free, and nut-free diets can certainly be accommodated, although the shops we visit do use wheat flour and nuts in the kitchen for other items. If you are booking privately, we can adapt a route that will avoid such items, something that we cannot fully do on our small group walks.
Does the pizza making workshop follow the process from A to Z?
As pizza dough takes hours to prepare and to let it rise and everything, we do not prepare our own dough. However, the guide and pizzaiolo will talk through the steps on how it's made, then clients stretch the dough and add toppings.
Although this isn't a full sit-down meal, between the tastings and pizza, clients usually are well-sated by the end of the experience and do not need to make lunch or dinner reservations for afterwards.
Is this tour wheelchair accessible?
Some of the shops we visit are small and many will have a step up to access them. The general route may include small streets with narrow sidewalks. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding accessibility. We are also happy to design a private, adapted tour for visitors with mobility concerns.
Tours operate rain or shine, but in the case of inclement weather, your guide will modify the tour so more time is spent indoors. It never hurts to have an umbrella on hand.
Fiorella Squillante holds a degree in modern languages and art history, a post-graduate course in education and didactics and a master-course in exhibition design. She is a specialist in art history and Neapolitan culture and art. She works with the main museums of Naples as a member of the education department. She also works closely with Friends of Museums from abroad. Fiorella is the president of the cultural association “Fine Arts”, which organizes private viewings and themed routes in Naples and Campania, and visits to stately homes and private collections. She writes about Naples and Campania for a popular guide book and is the author of “Naples in 3 Days”, a guide to Neapolitan art and architecture and a book for children and teenagers called “Pompeii is Cool!“.
Alberto is an expert on Neapolitan life, culture and history. After a decade of experience as a swimming coach, in contact with international-level athletes, in 2007 he began working with the cultural association of Fine Arts as a tour guide on Naples, Capri, the Amalfi Coast, Ischia and Procida. He is an official guide in Campania and loves to lead visitors to the Archaeological Museum, Pompeii, Herculaneum, Oplontis, Stabiae and Phlegrean Fields. He also lived and studied in London for four years. He leads small groups through unusual itineraries away from the crowds on Capri and the Amalfi Coast. Over the years, he has developed a great passion for local cuisine and now organizes cooking classes and tours related to the food and wine of the Campania region. In his spare time, he likes cycling with like-minded enthusiasts to discover the typical places of historical and scenic interest.
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