Rome: Fountains & Piazzas Walking Tour
- Duration options: 2 - 8 hours
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Our chefs, Rafaella and Fernanda, were extremely charming, skillful and encouraging. They made us all feel welcome and peppered the class with helpful and amusing facts about Italian culture, cooking and restaurants. There were nine of us in total - a family of five, a mother and daughter and me, my husband and our friend. They patiently showed us how to make pasta, ravioli and Amatriciana sauce. They accommodated the dietary needs of everyone in the class, and they made it easy for us not only to create our own dinner, but to laugh, get to know each other and to sit down to a great meal together. By the end, we were happy, full and had made new friends.
My 16-year-old daughter attended the class. At the end she expressed some annoyance with the fact that she was the only teenager in the group. There are only two options to attend (under 14 or 15 and above). She did not really find her place among the group and felt quite left out during the talk around the table. Alcohol consumption is also not appropriate at this age. I suggest better matching of content and party or individuation of instruction when needed.
Loved our tour! We had 10 in our group and they were a fun bunch. Our Guide was Ricardo and he was fabulous! Every place we went he stopped and explained the history of the buildings in the neighborhood and how Roman culture shaped life in that area. The tour was definitely not just about the food, and our guide was very knowledgeable. But… The food was fabulous!
WOW! So much fun! We learned a lot, laughed a lot and enjoyed the class. Stefan and Luca were amazing and we really enjoyed everything we learns. My husband is already looking at pasta making appliances!
Mattia was an excellent guide. We really enjoyed his stories about Rome and the historical anecdotes. The food was great - a lovely taste of Roman street food.