Less than a year after the launch of its first food tour in Florence, Eating Italy has added a second tour in the Tuscan capital.

While the inaugural tour 'The Other Side of Florence' runs during the day in the neighborhood of Oltrano, the new tour departs in the evening and takes visitors through the area of Santo Spirito.

Kenny Dunn, managing director of Eating Europe Tours, the parent company of Eating Italy, said: “We were positively surprised by the success of our first tour in Italy outside of Rome. It clearly shows that both Florence and food tours are in demand and on many travelers’ itineraries. We are looking forward to welcoming visitors on our new tour which is filled with authentic Tuscan food and wine, local people, and fascinating Florentine stories.”

During the three-and-a-half-hour Florence Sunset Food Tour guests will experience Florence’s nightlife and walk the cobblestoned streets of Santo Spirito while enjoying drinks and artisan foods at seven different stops.

Highlights include shopping for groceries the Italian way, watching how Italian cocktails are made and discovering the secret behind the famous Bistecca alla Fiorentina during a live cooking demonstration. Tours run from Tuesday to Saturday from 17:30-21:00 and cost 95 euros (adults only).

The company is also offering a cooking class in Florence on selected dates, which costs 85 euros per adult and 45 euros per child.

For more information see eatingitalyfoodtours.com

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