Hello! My fiance and I are getting married, and are starting to plan our honeymoon in Italy, which will be heavily focused on food. We are really interested in doing a farmstay(where you stay with a family and have them cook for you) to really experience Italian culture/food. Has anyone been on one or have any they can reccomend?
Also, any suggestions on having a food-filled yet affordable honeymoon would be greatly appreciated. We would like to see and eat as much as possible, including visiting the countryside and the beaches, but are trying to do so on a small budget. Any restaurant suggestions or even suggestions on places to visit and eat would be great. My fiance has never been to Italy, and I have been there once, on a very short stay in Venice. And I ate the whole time.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
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