Learn and enjoy life as the true Europeans and taste the culinary pleasures as you travel in a small group of maximum 8 participants.
The price for this unique and exclusive adventure is
US$ 5,500 per person. » Use the currency converter here
This is including the overland transport, your guide, ALL accommodations and the cooking courses and all its ingredients, but excluding international flights to the starting point in Paris, France.
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You will be staying in rurally located bed & breakfasts, former farmhouses, castles or even wineries. All accommodations will be up to everybody’s needs and normal standards with private single, double or twin bed rooms with bathroom. Every morning a European styled breakfast will be served in the main room or restaurant of the accommodation.
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Ramon Stoppelenburg, the organizer of this already legendary road trip, will be your exclusive driver and (English speaking) guide along the way, driving you through Europe in a luxury airconditioned mini-van.
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To keep the comfort level high and to keep the cooking courses a hands-on experience for everybody, the groups are kept small.
Europe's newest and most exclusive cooking trip is scheduled three times in the summer of 2014.
Secure your place on board this road trip as there is only room for a maximum of 8 participants per trip and a year total of 32 participants.
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You can plan your stay in the fascinating city of Paris before you embark on the European Cooking Trip.
On day 21 you can be dropped off any desired location or airport in Berlin, Germany, where you can continue your own trip through Europe, or return back home.
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Is your passport valid? What should you pack for this trip? Are all the countries using the Euro currency?
Can I use my credit and normal bank cards there? Do I need a visa application for certain countries? And how about the right travel insurance?
All these questions will be answered to you here:
Things you need to know before traveling to Europe