Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Rome Walking Tour and Cooking Class submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
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Marco was our guide for this trip. Although we had been to the Pantheon, Piazza Navona and Trevi Fountain in the past, it was nice to hear the history from Marco. The reason I booked this tour, though, was the cooking class. We ended up at That's Amore close to the Trevi for our pasta class. Fernando was the perfect teacher, patient and friendly. He even took photos for us! There was just one other couple that took the cooking class with us which made it so nice to get individual attention. We made cavatelli, fettuccine and ravioli with both semolina and water and 00 flour and egg. The best part is that the restaurant cooked the pasta we made and we sat down to enjoy our handmade pastas. They served good wine and a light and airy dolce, too. On our last night in Rome, we decided to go back for dinner at That's Amore and the food was fantastic! We even got to see Fernando again for a second goodbye. I would recommend this tour just for the cooking class alone!Reviewed by: marianneduits, March 2014
While the walking tour was quite good, the cooking class was exceptional. Fernando made it an experience we will never forget!Reviewed by: Therese R, March 2014
If you are currently thinking "this sounds goods" "shall we?" Here is the answer.... It's is good in fact more than and do it, do it!!!! This experience was the highlight of our week. The tour was informative and paced nicely with clear communication and an approachable guide. Just past the trevi fountain we broke off into groups and entered the amazing restaurant which became our host. We were taught the art of making pasta ( will not give too much away) by an amazing delightful, charismatic chef and ate and drank the lunchtime away in an amazingly atmospheric place. This really is worth every penny.Reviewed by: Louise L, March 2014
The cooking class was excellent. Very good teaching.Reviewed by: Athena A, April 2014
Only downside was we found walking your unnecessary, would have preferred a tour associated to food to link in with pasta making side. Fernando was amazing! Made so much delicious pasta, best I've eaten and was an amazing way to end our overseas trip! Definite must do.Reviewed by: Jessica S, January 2014