Relive the wonder of ancient Rome within the legendary walls of the Colosseum. Then be transported back to the present for a hands-on cooking class.
Art, history, and food—the quintessential Roman experience. Admire the masterful art in the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, and Saint Peter's, and learn to make a delicious authentic Italian meal.
Discover the Eternal City's top two sites before rounding off your day with your own hands-on cooking class. Pasta and tiramisù or pizza and gelato - whatever you want to master.
Not many know that Jewish cooking lies at the heart of Roman cuisine. But classics like carciofi alla giudia have long been city staples. Learn to make them today on our private cooking class.
Source your fresh ingredients from a local farmers' market. Then go against the grain of making pizza and pasta by trying your hand at making gnocchi and blissful parmigiana.
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"This was one of our family's favorite things we did in Rome! We loved learning how to make pizza and gelato in such a beautiful setting! Highly recommended!"
Come join us in one of our two prestigious cooking schools (the first in an elegant 17th-century palace behind Piazza Navona; the second in our sleek new cooking school a stone's throw from the Pantheon) for an unforgettable culinary experience that immerses you in Italian culture.
We'll welcome you to our state-of-the-art cooking school with customary Italian hospitality: a glass of prosecco and some delicious antipasti. One of our team of English speaking chefs will then teach you how to make fresh pasta, gelato, irresistible pizza or whatever else you choose.
Our cooking classes constantly rank among the best experiences in Rome for kids. We offer kids classes where adults can join in or take the opportunity to relax with a glass of wine or prosecco and watch the fun-filled controlled chaos unfold!
We are passionate about Italian food and we encourage you to start the class with a market visit to Campo de' Fiori. What better way to embark on your cooking experience in Rome than by sourcing your own fresh fruit and vegetables and soaking up the atmosphere of a legendary Roman market.