Learn to make classic Italian dishes—pasta and tiramisu—during this workshop in Rome. With a small group, enjoy a hands-on workshop and have plenty of time to ask questions. Then, sit down with your fellow classmates and enjoy the meal with a glass of wine. You have plenty of time to ask questions about Italian cuisine to your host.
Take a break from sightseeing and delve into Italy's beloved cuisine with this pasta and tiramisù cooking class in the heart of Rome. Roll up your sleeves and learn how to roll and fill fresh pasta like a pro plus pick up techniques for assembling a flawless tiramisù in a restaurant kitchen right on Piazza Navona. End by feasting on the dishes you've prepared, served with wine, limoncello, and coffee.
Find out what it takes to be an ancient Roman gladiator at the Gladiator School of Rome. During a hands-on lesson with instructors from the Historic Group of Rome, learn how to fight with authentic weapons of the time while wearing a traditional gladiator tunic and belt. Located on the Appian Way, not far from the Colosseum, this class is a unique and interactive way to learn about ancient Roman history, sports, and culture. Select a lesson time when booking.
Take a break from the bustle of Rome and experience two pillars of Italian cuisine in the peaceful Franscati countryside with this unique day trip. Visit a traditional family-run winery to sample local red and white wines, then learn the secrets to making perfect pasta from scratch during a hands-on lesson. Cap off your visit with dinner featuring your own fresh pasta topped with a traditional Roman sauce.
Discover the secrets of authentic Italian cuisine on this 4-hour family-friendly cooking class and learn to make some of Italy’s most famous dishes from an expert chef. Get hands-on making fresh pasta, pizza, and delicious sauces from scratch; sample Italian specialties such as bruschetta, Tiramisù; and tuck into your homemade creations, accompanied by a red wine tasting.
If you’re traveling to Rome by train, make sure your arrival is straightforward and stress-free by booking this private transfer service. When you hop off your train at either Rome Termini or Rome Tiburtina railway station, simply join up with your private driver, settle into your comfortable, private vehicle, and enjoy an effortless journey direct to your central Rome hotel. It’s that easy!
Appian Way Bike Tour is one of the most evocative tour we propose, Ancient Apppian way is one of the first streets in Rome.
Ancient Appian Way e-bike Tour crosses the famous Parco dell’Appia Antica, an important biological corridor in Rome city centre, in a unique environment, in which an evocative nature frames this tour with a lot of history, culture, and art. This itinerary was created to introduce you to a magnificent road with many monuments that meet.
The park is a tale of the history of water in Rome and related engineering works, in fact six ancient Roman aqueducts converge here.
You will ride a top-notch e-bike on a smooth 2,300-year-old meadow and relive the history of the great empire, crossing a unique landscape full of ancient footprints, imperial mansions, statues and tombs. A is a very emotional bike tour.
Enjoy an evening of opera and traditional Neapolitan folk music with this unique performance that pairs The Three Tenors with the Mandolin Orchestra of the Neapolitan Mandolin Academy. Listen to famous arias plus rollicking Neapolitan classics like “O’ Sole Mio” and “Funiculì Funiculà” accompanied by mandolin, cello, and grand piano and set against the historic backdrop of the Church of St. Paul's Within the Walls in the heart of Rome.
Rome is a vast city with heavy traffic, so exploring by foot or bus can be a hassle. Cover more ground and skirt the traffic jams with a full-day Vespa rental. Hop on a zippy Italian scooter and breeze through the heart of Rome, stopping to take in the top sights and panoramic views without the hassle of finding parking. Follow a suggested itinerary or discover the city on your own.
Explore the grand mausoleum of Emperor Hadrian with skip-the-line access to Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome. Learn how the magnificent Roman monument was built around 123 A.D and used over the years as a fortress, prison and papal residence. Best of all: enjoy access to the National Museum of Castel Sant'Angelo, which presents a fascinating collection of fine art, antique furniture, military memorabilia and medieval weapons.
During this unique, hosted visit to the Doria Pamphilj, you’ll have the opportunity to visit the special interior gallery of one of Rome’s most stunning estates. Get a first-hand look at masterworks from Italian artists like Raffaello, Tiziano, and Caravaggio as you browse through the family-owned private collection at your own pace. Tours include skip-the-line admission tickets and a digital map containing audio commentary.
Set on the bank of the Tiber River, Castel Sant’Angelo is one of Rome’s most impressive sights. With this skip-the-line ticket, avoid a delay at the entrance and enjoy more time to explore the interiors with the insights of an audio tour via your smartphone. Learn about the history and architecture of this ancient mausoleum and the legend behind its name as you visit at your own pace.
Hop on a vintage Vespa for an evening tour of the Eternal City. First stop: Rome’s most iconic landmark, the Colosseum. After a brief stop for gelato and coffee (included), the tour continues with stops at the Mouth of the Truth, Circus Maximus , Palatine Hill, Saint Peter's Square, and the Trevi Fountain. An experienced guide does the driving so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the views.
Who can say no to Pizza? Especially for Italian pizza?
We definitely can't! If you're like us, joining a pizza class in Rome should be a priority when you're searching for activities in the Eternal City!
What makes our pizza cooking classes in Rome unique?
Location: We are set in one of the most beautiful restaurants right off Piazza Navona, at Osteria Pasquino in Piazza Pasquino 1. This is an incredibly beautiful location, as here starts Via del Governo Vecchio, one of the most charming streets of the historic center!
Passion: We are in the hospitality industry for over 8 years.
We hold our own cooking classes in our own restaurants, which makes them UNIQUE, as we'll share with you our experience, as well as our passion for Italian food!
Come and learn how to make real Italian pizza and enjoy it with the best view over Rome's charming streets.
Due to large crowds and numerous historical attractions, visiting a city like Rome isn't always easy for kids. This tour, which is designed specifically for young explorers, ensures that kids stay interested and engaged during a tour of the Colosseum and Roman Forum. Plus skip-the-line admission tickets mean that you'll save hours of waiting in line.
There’s more to Rome’s ruins than the Colosseum! Discover the secret sites and hidden gems of ancient Rome on this 3-hour tour of underground Rome. Explore the evocative ruins of the Stadium of Domitian, the Pantheon and Hadrian’s Temple, and venture off (or under) the beaten track as your guide reveals the last vestiges of the once-mighty Roman Empire. This small-group tour is limited to 13 people, ensuring a personalized experience.
The Capuchin Crypt—monk-bone-laden chapels underneath the Church of Santa Maria della Concezione—is one of Rome’s most macabre attractions. It’s also, it turns out, a great place to see religious art. With this tour, skip the stuffy Vatican and head for a guided visit of the Capuchin museum and church, home to a Caravaggio painting, and then sit for a concert of Gregorian chants and polyphonic sacred music.
Your wallet thanks you for booking a free walking tour of three historic neighborhoods in the heart of Rome, Italy. As you stroll through the Jewish Ghetto, Tiber Island, and Trastevere, your guide points out landmarks that visitors often miss if exploring on their own. A short duration and scenic stops along the way make this free tour a popular choice for families.
Enjoy a hassle-free arrival in Rome with this private transfer service. Meet your driver at Rome Fiumicino Airport, and relax on the journey to your city hotel. These private vehicles can accommodate up to eight passengers plus one checked bag and carry on per person.
See Rome decorated for the holidays on this Christmas walking tour. You’ll pass by the city’s historical landmarks and visit lesser-known locations while learning about Roman holiday traditions. Make stops at Piazza Navona and the Christmas market, and try a seasonal cake (panettone) with a cup of hot chocolate before admiring the nativity scene at St. Peter’s Square.
Visit the Musei Capitolini (Capitoline Museums) in Rome to learn about the Roman Empire. Considered to be the world's first museum, as a space where art is accessible to the public, the Capitolini features art and artifacts that depict the city's history, including a sculpture of Romulus and Remus, the founders of Rome. Booking admission in advance saves you time in the ticket line.
Foodies will love the chance to learn to make some favorite Italian dishes, including pasta from scratch, ravioli, and tiramisu. Immerse yourself in Italian culture through its food, and learn more than you would just eating these dishes at a restaurant. The class takes place at a local restaurant, so you can get a behind-the-scenes look at how Italian restaurants run. Every participant gets their own work station and will sit down at the communal table to eat their delicious creations afterward.
Where better to experience ‘La Traviata’ than in Italy, the birthplace of the opera? Enjoy a thrilling 2.5-hour performance of Giuseppe Verdi’s classic opera, performed by the renowned I Virtuosi dell'Opera di Roma in Rome in the spectacular setting of the Church of St Paul within the Walls.
Explore one of Rome's stunning seven hills during this guided visit to Capitoline, which includes admission tickets to the on-site museum. First, listen to live commentary from your guide on the Michelangelo-designed ancient square. Then, continue the tour inside the Capitolini Museum on your own using a complimentary video guide.
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