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Pizza Making Class Italy 

Pizza in Naples is not a joke, this is serious stuff. I’m in love. I’m having a Relationship with my Pizza” says Julia Roberts while eating her amazing double cheese Margherita: Eat, Pray, Love – Julia Roberts at Da Michele. Eating pizza in Naples is therefore a real prerequisite for any visitor in this city and also for you! Read on for the best pizza making class in Italy.

The Italian pizza is an icon and a historic trademark: in 2017 UNESCO gave to pizza the “World Heritage” status. The pizza is not only one of the most famous Italian dishes in the world, but is also a true symbol of Naples, the city that has given birth to this renowned culinary delight.

During your stay in Naples you will find out, first hand, this exceptional food and the best way to experience it is a cooking class to how to prepare an authentic Neapolitan pizza with your own hands!

Usually during cooking class, an expert pizzaiolo (pizza chef) will teach you to dose ingredients and make pizza dough inside an actual pizzeria. Then you will roll out the dough on the kitchen workbench: you will turn into a real pizzaiolo surrounded by flour, exquisite toppings and, most of all, the reassuring crackling sound of the burning firewood.

After choosing the toppings as you please, you will bake your pizza by yourself, learning the secrets needed for the right cooking time; then, while comfortably sitting at a table specially reserved for you, you will taste the authentic Italian pizza made by your hands!
Prices from € 38 per person website

These experience you will learn to make an excellent pizza, but not only.. You will always bring with you unique memories of the charming Naples. You will surprise your family and friends once you’ll get back home with a great pizza!

Don’t leave the city before tasting the best Pizza in Naples:

L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele Restaurant

First opened in 1870, the Antica Pizzeria da Michele in Naples is renowned both locally and around the world for offering what many say is the definitive wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizza.
The restaurant has had enthusiastic fans outside Italy for decades, but came into the spotlight most recently when Elizabeth Gilbert described her love affair with the pizza there in her bestselling memoir, Eat Pray Love.

Naples Hotels – Where to Stay

Best luxury hotel: Romeo Hotel 5*

A totally new luxury experience

Created by Kenzo Tange and Associates, the Romeo is opposite the ferry port for Capri and Ischia. The hotel features stylish rooms, a rooftop pool overlooking Naples Harbour, and a modern spa. Rooms at Romeo Hotel are spacious and feature designer furnishings, including a Nespresso coffee machine and Tramontano leather goods. A sweet and savoury breakfast buffet is served each morning in the Beluga Lounge Bar & Terrace on the 9th floor.

Rooms from € 380/night

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Best mid-range hotel: Grand Hotel Oriente 4*

Excellent location

In the heart of Naples, Grand Hotel Oriente offers spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi. The Basilica and museum of Santa Chiara are a 10-minute walk away.
Rooms at the Hotel Oriente Grand are air conditioned and decorated in an elegant style. Some have panoramic views across Mount Vesuvius and Sant’Elmo Castle.
The Oriente’s restaurant serves Mediterranean cuisine, made with fresh, local produce. Meals are accompanied by regional wines.

Rooms from € 180/night

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Best budget hotel: Il Tesoro Smart Suite & Spa 4*

A haven of stylish tranquility in the centre of Naples

Attractively situated in the Naples Historical Centre district of Naples, it has an excellent location for visiting Spaccanapoli and il Duomo. Featuring a shared lounge, the 4-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, each with a private bathroom. Il Tesoro Smart Suite & SPA offers a continental or buffet breakfast.The area is popular for cycling, and bike hire is available at the accommodation.

Rooms from € 98/night

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