What we are eating/drinking/watching/reading this month
We love Ramen The U.S. State Department advises U.S. citizens to visit the Embassy of Italy's website for the most current passport and visa information. Passports should have at least six months remaining validity beyond your departure date. U.S. citizens may enter Italy for up to 90 days for tourist or business purposes without a visa. Guests are liable to verify this information themselves. Guests of other nationalities should check with their own governments for passport and visa recommendations. Forktown Food Tours cannot be responsible for guests that fail to obtain the correct passport/visa requirements and therefore are unable to participate in all or part of the tour.
Our blood is wine
Guests should purchase their own travel insurance for travel to/from Italy and the duration of your stay there, including the dates you will be on tour. Please note that Forktown Food Tours does not sell or provide travel insurance. Travel insurance is recommended to protect you from lost luggage, travel delays, trip cancelations, etc. Forktown Food Tours and the partner Italian company Meet Piemonte cannot be held responsible for any fees, charges, or expenses related to lost luggage, travel delays, trip cancelations, etc or any changes or disruptions to the guest travel experience due to outside or unforseen circumstances.
Health Insurance: Guests should verify their coverage abroad with their health insurance company and to purchase their own extra health insurance if deemed necessary. Forktown Food Tours and the partner Italian company Meet Piemonte cannot be held responsible for any injuries sustained during tour activities, nor can either entity be held responsible for any expenses related to any injury, illness, etc incurred on tour. These charges are the sole responsibility of the injured party.