Rome Walking Tour and Cooking Class

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Rome Walking Tour and Cooking Class information and booking

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$93
Duration
4 hours
Departs from
Central Rome
Time of departure
10:45am
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Tour description provided by Viator

Calling all history and food lovers! Get the most out of your vacation in Rome with the Roman City Walking Tour and Cooking Class. Experience Rome’s history, art and culture with a guided walking tour of the Eternal City followed by a small-group Italian cooking class! Your day begins with a large-group walking tour of Rome’s most famous ancient monuments, including Navona Square, the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain. Next you’ll continue to a Roman restaurant near the Trevi Fountain, where you and up to 11 others will learn to prepare a sensational Italian banquet from an expert Italian chef!

This tour begins with a large-group (maximum 30 people) walking tour of Rome’s most famous ancient monuments. Begin your walking tour with a guided trip through Rome's 2,000 years of history with an expert, professional guide. See the streets come alive as your guide takes you to key, ancient Roman sites - Navona Square, the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain. You will learn first-hand about the role of these places in Rome’s development and imperial rule, admiring these marvels of Roman ingenuity that have withstood the tests of time.

Your walking tour concludes at Trevi Fountain, where you’ll join a small group of up to 12 people and retire to a nearby restaurant for your Roman cooking class. Under the guidance of your expert Roman chef, you’ll learn to prepare a fantastic Italian meal. Learn lots of cooking secrets and come away with a spectacular, hands-on Roman cooking experience as well as the know-how to prepare a fabulous Italian meal at home. Try your hand at making fresh, authentic, homemade pasta, then sample your creations with your fellow aspiring chefs, sipping on congratulatory glasses of local wines.

Please note: Rome's Trevi Fountain is currently under restoration until late 2015. A walkway above the central portion of the fountain will allow you to catch a glimpse of the ongoing work. Water will be drained during the process, but you'll still be able to cast your coins into the fountain for luck.

What's included

  • Walking tour (maximum 30 people)
  • Cooking lesson and lunch
  • All ingredients for your lunch
  • Small group cooking class (maximum 12 people)
  • Two glasses of house wine
  • Professional guide

What isn't included

  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Food and drinks, unless specified