Each month, we’ll bring you our shiniest, newest, and best special offers on our favourite cooking and wine holidays. Find February’s roundup of special offers below: Gourmet cooking in the Loire Valley, France – €100 off The deal: €100 off all 2017 dates Deal ends: February 28 Spend 5 nights in the heart […]
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Our cooking and language course in Greece featured in The Times as one of the ’50 best holidays in Greece’! We’ve gotten The Times’ stamp of approval, and we’d love to share this holiday with you too.
From yoga in Spain to wine tasting in France, we round up the best reviews of the week to help you choose the perfect holiday! Wine Tasting Weekend – All Inclusive in Provence, France. Cannot fault ‘I cannot fault this experience – it was totally enjoyable from the first moment […]
After returning from our week cooking course in Gascony, William of Edinburgh was so inspired he wanted to share his experience with everyone. See the entertaining and detailed account of his holiday discovery below… So, about my French cookery course. Where do I start? Going on this particular course […]
Earlier this year two British sisters – Susan and Annie – spend 4 fabulous days in family run traditional Greek hotel in Paros. They thoroughly enjoyed Greek cookery classes and company of their host and chef Stella who has been cooking for delighted guests for over 2 decades and has recently been […]
Fancy a cooking holiday with a difference? Here at GoLearnTo.com, we try our best to give our customers a memorable and unique experience right from the word go. Our cookery holiday in Bordeaux, where meeting the producers is part of the all-inclusive package, allows you to embrace the French culture and […]
Food blogger Julian Rolfe went on yet another GoLearnTo holiday (he just can’t get enough of us), this time to France. He gives a fantastic account of his time there with his new pals, rolling up his sleeves and getting down to business learning how to cook French-style. A Week […]
We’re hot in the press this week, with some juicy deals on our cooking holidays featured in the Observer: Luxury Italian cooking holiday 6 nights from £2,045pp- Special offer – 35% off 2013 departures This intimate course, led by experienced cooks and locals, will combine guided practical lessons with culinary […]
Have a passion for Spanish cuisine? Want to get off the tourist trail and see what this fascinating culture really has to offer? We’ve searched the globe to curate an eclectic mix of holidays which are indulgent, relaxing and revitalising with inspiring teachers in glorious locations. Take a look at […]
What would you do with a week in northern Italy? Forget the Scrovini Chapel or the Milan Shopping. We’re talking real Italy. Taking a hint from towns named Parma and Bologna that immediately strike cravings for hearty Italian food into our bellies, here’s an idea for an alternative northern Italy […]
Cynthia, a teacher from the USA now living in the UAE, is what we call a super learner. She has a passion for inspired travel. She loves to try new things and is bored by the tired beach holiday. “I’m not a beach holiday person – unless there is scuba […]
Karen had such an amazing time on our pastry making holiday in France that her only problem was deciding which her favourite part was! Read on to find out more about the best moments, lovely people and wonderful takeaways on her delicious holiday. Best moments I had an amazing […]
Our French cook Marlene lives in the sun-soaked ‘garden’ of France, discover what a day in her life is really like… On an average day with the guest I have breakfast around 9.30 and then we’ll head off to meet some of the many fantastic local producers in the region. […]
Packing up and moving to rural France with four kids under the age of 7 and no knowledge of the language would seem a big step to most, but for Caroline and her husband Adam it was a no brainer. “I always loved travelling, we wanted an outdoor lifestyle and […]
I get up in the morning, have breakfast which is usually a croissant and coffee and then I’ll go down to the local market and buy fresh produce from around the region. We have an organic farm right next door so I might pop over there instead to buy veggies. […]