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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We had an awesome time, the experience was so much better than expected! The walking tour was an 'added bonus' - we initially booked just for the cooking tour. We're so glad the tour was added on - we ended up seeing so much more and the tour guide was incredibly knowledgable.
The cooking class was fun, making two types of pasta and ending with a delicious dessert. The instructor was great and the other participants were so much fun. I really enjoyed getting to know all the Aussies in our group! Definitely recommend, and we'd do it again!Reviewed by: Emma G, October 2013
This tour is worth its weight in gold. Our tour guide for the walk was fabulous - full of knowledge about the history and with a bit of humour thrown in along the way. His english was great. The walk was just the right amount of time but the piece de resistance was the pasta making lesson at the end followed by lunch at a brilliant restaurant called Its Amour. We ended up eating there again the food is so amazing. Not expensive either.
This tour is a MUST DO.
The cooking class was excellent. It was well organized and just fun.
The walking tour was quite terrible. Our tour guide Monica was completely disorganized. The little radios we got didn't work well. At the beginning of our tour we spent about 45 min standing on the corner of Piazza Navona trying to make the radios to work. I hope this tour guide will find another job, she was just really awful!
Once the walking tour was over we had an incredible time at the That's Amore restaurant having our cooking class. We made two different kinds of pasta, both delicious. The chefs were very helpful and both spoke English very well. I wish there was a way to book just this cooking class without the walking tour.
The tour part of this package wasn't the best tour I've been on the guide although knowledgeable was not very engaged with the group. I speak both English and Spanish the two languages she was giving the tour in but her delivery was flat in either language. She didn't seem to be enjoying herself while giving the tour. On the other hand the cooking class was really Great we had a very small group (only 4 people). The class was held in the middle of a restaurant which was fairly empty when we arrived but got very busy during the class we learned how to make pasta and ravioli both were remarkably easy to make. Then we ate what we made. It was a very nice experience.Reviewed by: Orlando D, November 2013
Walking tour was terrible. Guide was incredibly disorganised and half the headsets didnt work. Pasta class was good though thought we were doing more cooking than that. Quite expensive considering what we got. Wouldn't recommendReviewed by: Amanda C, October 2013