Combine personalized attention with a walking tour of Rome and an Italian cooking class in a single booking. You and your private guide will take a carefully curated walk around the Eternal City, stopping at the highlights such as the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, and Navona Square. Wind up at a local restaurant for a cooking class where you'll learn how to make pasta from scratch, then sit down and enjoy your creations.
Private walking tour lets you get to know the city up close
Check many of the must-see Roman sights off your list
Private cooking class with plenty of personalized attention
Take home recipes to impress your friends and family
Recipes for the dishes will be provided
Recipes - you can recreate the dishes back home
Departure & Return
Piazza Barberini, 00187 Roma RM, Italy
Via del Pantheon, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
What To Expect
You will meet our guide who will provide a brief introduction to the tour. The tour starts with the presentation of the surroundings - Barberini's palace, Triton Fountain, Bees Fountain and with the interesting biographical facts of Pope Urban VIII.
On the way to the Trevi fountain, you will see the ruins of the ancient aqueduct.
At the Trevi Fountain, our guests will hear the history spiced up with interesting facts about the famous Trevi Fountain. Here, our guests will throw a coin into the fountain which will guarantee their return to Rome.
At Campo de' Fiori, our guests will learn about the historical significance of the square that is today the most central open farmer's market in Rome.
After the walking portion, the tour continues in one of the local restaurants, where our guests will learn how to make pasta from scratch, an appetizer and dessert.