For Mother’s Day this year, treat your mum to some quality time away together on a short break holiday. And if your first questions are, “Where will we go?” and “What will we do?”, we have an answer. Consider a learning holiday in a beautiful location that wraps travel and […]
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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 […]
Thinking of studying Italian this summer? Why not make the most of Sorrento’s fantastic location, laid-back southern Italian charm and outstanding views. Perched high on the cliffs Sorrento gazes out directly across the sea, a view stretching from the Bay of Naples all the way to Mt Vesuvius. The local […]
On this day in 1957 a documentary aired on British television all about the annual spaghetti harvest in Switzerland. At the time, spaghetti was not a common sight in the UK and the documentary was therefore able to persuade a large proportion of the population that spaghetti grew on trees. […]
It’s got to be no more than 14 inches and no thicker than 0.1 inches… What’s round, no more than 14 inches in diameter, no thicker than 0.1 inches in the middle, with a crust about 0.8 inches thick? Real Neapolitan pizza according to Italy’s Agriculture Ministry. There’s around 23,000 […]
GoLearnTo.com features in the Saturday Times ‘Schools Out’ column today with their child friendly pizza, pasta and gelato cooking course in Sorrento, Italy that still has availability in school holidays with no peak season supplements! Please the kids as they learn to cook their favourite food on your next holiday. […]
We’ve been inundated with requests for short pizza and pasta making courses in Italy but the art of pizza making in a wood oven cannot be learned in a few days, using the wood oven and perfecting the perfect pizza takes time but we didn’t want to disappoint you all so we’ve […]