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Take a Tuscany tour from Rome and see the best of the captivating Val d’Orcia region, near Siena. With a local guide at your side, you’ll discover countryside where historic hilltowns perch on sun-drenched hills and Tuscan farms dot the landscape. Visit the wine towns of Montepulciano and Montalcino, and enjoy free time to explore Pienza, a UNESCO World Heritage town. Wine tasting and lunch at a farm is included.
Go on the hunt for some of the best food in Rome on this culinary walking tour through the areas of Campo de’ Fiori, Trastevere, and the Jewish Quarter. With a guide, learn the local secrets of the Eternal City and sample traditional Italian favorites like gelato and pasta, as well as local specialties like fried artichokes. Limited to 12 people, this tour offers a more personal sightseeing experience.
Eat and sightsee your way around Rome’s historical Trevi neighborhood on this half-day food and landmarks tour. Visit the Trevi Fountain and 2nd-century Pantheon, and see the Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, and more. While strolling, make several food stops to sample specialities like cheeses, wines, prosciutto, pizza, and 'gelato' (ice cream), and explore Campo de' Fiori’s farmers' market. Food and wine tastings amount to a large lunch, and are all included.
Make fresh pasta like a Roman. This is a cooking class that explores traditional recipes with a local chef. Working alongside the chef, prepare pasta dough from scratch, learn classic cuts from tagliolini to tagliatelle, then sit down to a hearty meal of Italian specialties. This private experience includes, along with the cooking class, 4-course lunch or dinner, a welcome glass of wine, and it’s the perfect introduction to Italy’s remarkable food traditions.
Learn to make pasta by hand with a professional chef-instructor for a truly memorable experience in Rome. Your 3.5-hour cooking class takes place in an airy loft apartment and covers the basics of different styles of pasta. Nibble on light appetizers and a glass of prosecco as you begin to prepare the pasta meal. When you have finished, enjoy your dinner at a table on the rooftop terrace with great views. You can also ask your instructor about Italian cuisine and tips for your time in Rome.
See the Eternal City come to life after dark on a 4-hour, small-group tour of Rome at night. Kick off your evening over pizza in a classic Roman restaurant, then see the ancient sites and monuments with dramatic illumination. Take in the soaring arches of the Colosseum and the shadowy pillars of the Pantheon, then take a leisurely stroll through Piazza Navona to three picture-perfect fountains. Pause to throw a coin into the Trevi fountain and savor a cup of local gelato before returning to your hotel.
Taste your way through Rome's street food scene on this gourmet walking tour. Sample a variety of street foods, such as zucchini flowers, suppli, pastries, and pizza, while taking in the impressive scenery of historic Rome all around you. This tour is ideal for first-time visitors to Rome and for foodies who want to learn more about Roman cuisine.
Combine food, wine, and history in one half-day walking tour in the center of Rome. Learn about Italian wine at a rooftop bar overlooking the Trevi Fountain and enjoy seven tastings including Barolo and Amarone. Taste a variety of Italian meats and cheeses at Antica Salumeria and explore the Pantheon, one of Rome’s most famous historical buildings.
Take a break from the bustling energy of Rome visit two of southern Italy’s UNESCO-listed, must-see destinations on a private, guided day trip. Visit the fascinating ruins of Pompeii, where you can walk through an ancient city frozen in time by the 79 AD eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Continue on to the spectacularly scenic Amalfi Coast, stopping for lunch with a view in the picturesque fishing village of Positano. Enjoy free time to explore and browse unique handmade shops in Positano and the neighboring town of Amalfi.
Immerse yourself in the flavors of the ‘Eternal City’ on a half-day tour through Rome’s iconic foods and wine. Visit a series of local restaurants in Campo Marzio and the Jewish Ghetto for tastings that range from fish and meat to pizza, pasta, and desserts served alongside Italian wines. Take in the city’s historic sites as you go, with time to explore classic piazzas, ancient Roman sites, temples, and a synagogue. Finish your tour with inside tips on the best places to eat, drink and explore in Rome.
When in Rome, treat yourself to a luxurious Italian dinner at a family-run restaurant near the Pantheon. Hosted by a culinary connoisseur, this evening experience includes local specialties, from pasta to a meat dish to dessert. Each course is accompanied by a glass of regional wine, and the evening starts with a classic Italian aperitivo in the private cellar, where you enjoy a glass of prosecco served with cured meat and cheeses. This small-group dinner is limited to 10 people for a more intimate experience.
Sample the unique flavors of the Eternal City during this private food tour of Rome. Traverse the Campo de' Fiori area and old Jewish Quarter with a local guide in search of local treats like pizza, coffee, a ricotta pie, and gelato. Learn about the history behind each dish as you make your way between a plethora of locales.
Escape Rome for a day in the countryside learning how to cook authentic Italian dishes. Travel from the city to the ancient village of Mazzano Romano, where your experience starts by shopping for ingredients at the local market. Then help to prepare and cook a traditional meal under the guidance of an instructor before sitting down to enjoy your creations with Italian wine. The class is limited to eight people to provide an intimate, small-group experience.
If you’re short on time but want to make the most of your visit to Italy, experience the famous Tuscan countryside with this full-day tour from Rome. Travel by air-conditioned minivan to a landscape of rolling hills, olive groves and vineyards, stopping to stroll through the UNESCO-listed hilltop village of San Gimignano. Visit a winery in the famed Chianti region for a tour and tasting with appetizers, and explore the well-preserved medieval city of Siena, home to the popular Il Palio horse race.
Experience Rome with all your senses on this delicious sunset walking and eating tour of Rome's Prati District. See Rome like a local, as you stroll the streets of Prati with your knowledgeable local guide, popping into different gourmet food stores to sample a plethora of foods. Visit some real hidden gems, as you snack on cured meats and cheeses, eat amazing pizza, and meet some of the artisanal food makers who give you recipes and food making tips. Group sizes are limited to 13 people, so book early to secure your spot.
Foodies will love the chance to learn to make some favorite Italian dishes, including 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 afterwards.
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.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve like a Roman on this 6-hour evening experience. Take a panoramic tour of Rome's illuminated landmarks, and see the Trevi Fountain and festively lit piazzas on a walking tour. Then, countdown to midnight, and enjoy a traditional 4-course New Year’s Eve dinner of dishes such as ‘cotechino’ (pork) and lentils. Finally, enjoy the celebratory atmosphere on the streets and watch some of the fireworks marking the new year.
Learn the secrets of authentic Italian cuisine from a professional chef during this cooking class in Rome. Experience the buzzing atmosphere of the Campo de' Fiori market as you shop for ingredients, then get hands-on as you whip up fresh homemade pasta, side dishes, and dessert. Finish by tucking into a delicious 6-course lunch, accompanied by fine Italian wines.
Get to know the Roman neighborhood of Trastevere through its food and wine on this half-day walking tour. Visit local favorite venues for multiple tastings including cheese, ham, pizza, pasta, and aged balsamic vinegar. Explore Trastevere’s cobblestone streets between sampling local wines and beers. Save room for the tour’s final bite: traditional gelato.
Experience the captivating ruins of Pompeii and the ancient grandeur of Naples on a full-day minivan tour from Rome. Explore the sprawling archaeological site with an official guide to see the remnants of villas, baths, and marketplaces preserved by the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. After a lunch and wine tasting at an organic farm, enter the ancient city gates of Naples for a walking tour of the historic city center. Each minivan holds a maximum of seven passengers for a more personalized, small-group tour.
Learn the Italian craft of making pizza and gelato with this hands-on class in central Rome. Snack on antipasti on arrival and get tips from an Italian chef on how to knead pizza dough. Create your own pizza with the toppings of your choice and feast on pizza, gelato, and local wines during a sit down dinner after the class.
Trade the bustling streets of Rome for a day in the Lazio countryside on a 4-hour wine tour. Visit a wine cellar in the medieval village of Borgo and get an insider’s perspective on winemaking. Head to an Italian restaurant and enjoy wine pairings with a traditional meal of cheese, meat, and more.
With a local Italian chef as your guide, learn how to make a classic pizza during this short workshop. After the learning and the baking, with all ingredients and equipment provided, comes the pizza-eating and the drinking.