Travel advice

Your guide to Italy: what to eat and drink

Your guide to Italy: what to eat and drink

Easy to get to, amazing wines, fascinating history and vistas to die for, Italy has been top of the destination charts for decades. Whether it’s on your list to inspire your art or photography, experience world-famous sights, visit the incredible beaches or maybe even try to learn Italian. Regardless of […]

by May 23, 2019 Travel advice
10 things you should know about tapas and how it works

10 things you should know about tapas and how it works

Planning a trip to Spain recently, my mind naturally to Spanish food and all the potential delicious things I could be eating and drinking while I’m there. The more I read, the more I realised how diverse Spanish cuisine really was – the lists of amazing and unique Spanish dishes […]

by May 3, 2019 Cooking holidays and wine, Travel advice
Your guide to Spain: what to eat and drink

Your guide to Spain: what to eat and drink

Spain is wonderfully diverse across the board – food, people, culture and landscape. That’s probably why it is one of the most popular holiday destinations, and rightfully so. Over the centuries, Spain has been an incredible cultural melting pot which has created the foundations of this amazing country’s cuisine. It […]

by March 21, 2019 Travel advice
Your guide to Portugal: best time to go

Your guide to Portugal: best time to go

There are many reasons why Portugal remains a great year-round destination. From its fantastic climate to wide array of cultural events and festivals, it’s the dream location whether you’re a culture vulture, beach bum or sports fanatic. But whatever your reason to visit, have a look at the best time […]

by February 1, 2019 Travel advice
Your guide to France: what to eat and drink

Your guide to France: what to eat and drink

France is the epitome of food and drink, and you won’t go far without falling in love with something, as every region has a delicious speciality for you to try. And while the recipes may seem complex, it is the amazing, locally sourced, fresh ingredients that are the solid foundation […]

by January 23, 2019 Travel advice
Your guide to Portugal: what to eat and drink

Your guide to Portugal: what to eat and drink

Portugal has been a cultural hot pot for thousands of years, with Romans, Moors, Catholics, Eastern shipments of spice and Jewish communities all settling over the centuries. Add to that ports and fishing villages, mountains and wild forests, all of this has led to a rich cuisine with dishes based […]

by January 8, 2019 Travel advice
How safe is it to travel in Morocco?

How safe is it to travel in Morocco?

Unfortunately, it’s not just female travellers we hear this from now. Recent events and the current political climate have made many people question travelling in certain otherwise popular and wonderful destinations. And Morocco is one of them. Luckily, here at GoLearnTo, we get to hear about real first hand experiences […]

Top luxury learning holidays for the ultimate personal treat

Top luxury learning holidays for the ultimate personal treat

Sometimes we have a reason to splurge, sometimes the splurge is the reason! Just because you’re turning your holiday into a learning experience, does not mean you have to pass on all of the comfort and luxury typically found on cruises and beach resorts. Our hosts are not your typical […]

by July 20, 2018 Travel advice
Top 5 learning holidays for 1 on 1 tuition

Top 5 learning holidays for 1 on 1 tuition

At GoLearnTo, we like to have something for everyone, and that includes those who seriously want to hone in on their crafts or wellbeing and have some 1 on 1 guidance. But don’t for one minute think that private tuition means you’ll be alone all holiday! Our holiday hosts love […]

Tried and tested: Oli’s fresh pasta cookery workshop

Tried and tested: Oli’s fresh pasta cookery workshop

Full disclosure. I spent 6 years living in Italy. Whilst I can assure you that many plates of pasta were eaten, not once did I actually make the pasta myself. And no, I don’t mean packets of the dry stuff you can buy anywhere. I mean the real deal – […]