The Central Market was built when Florence was the capital of Italy in the late nineteenth century. Ever since then, Florentines have flocked to the market to buy ultra-fresh, traditional food products, and to eat the best Lampredotto in the world (at the Da Nerbone food stall). On this cuisine tour, you’ll head to the famous market to taste and pick up fresh local products, after which you’ll be taught how to prepare a typical Italian lunch by well-known local chefs. By the time you’re done, you’ll be an expert at making pasta, meatballs and tiramisu!
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