Rome Walking Tour with Pasta Making Class and Lunch

Learn About Rome's Main Landmarks and Enjoy Delicious Roman Cuisine

On this Rome walking tour, your friendly and history-loving guide will journey you through Rome's main highlights, such as the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and more. Then, join a local chef and cook traditional Roman pasta and tiramisu.


We will be walking for the first half of this tour so make sure you wear comfortable shoes.

3.5 h
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On this Rome walking tour, capture the best sites in Rome with your local guide. While exploring the main areas of the city, learn the rich history behind the architecture and attractions that you’ll see up close. As you stroll through the charming streets of the Eternal City, you’ll begin to recognize some of the most famous attractions in Rome, such as the Spanish Steps, Pantheon and Trevi Fountain. After a comprehensive walking tour, your guide will lead you to a local kitchen, where you’ll learn how to make pasta from scratch. This 3.5-hour tour includes:
-A walking tour of Rome’s city center must-see sites
-A professional English-speaking guide
-A pasta-making class with complimentary glass of prosecco
-Traditional Roman pasta lunch with a glass of wine and tiramisu

Piazza Navona

One of the main squares in Rome, Piazza Navona is a delightful hub of food, culture in charming architecture. One of the first things you’ll notice when entering this piazza is the Egyptian Obelisk, towering over the surrounding buildings of the open square. See the beautiful Fountain of Four Rivers in the center of the piazza, known for its intricate sculptures. Your expert guide will delve into the story behind the Stadium of Domitian, the ancient stadium that lies beneath today’s piazza.


Continue on Rome’s cobblestone path as your guide leads the way to Rome’s most well-preserved Ancient building. Now considered a church, the Pantheon is a former temple home to some of Rome’s most precious artwork. The structure’s rectangular vestibule links to a wholesome rotunda, drawing great inspiration from Greek architecture. Learn about the origins of Hadrian’s temple and the uncertainty behind its exact age.

Spanish Steps

Located in the middle of Rome’s high-end shopping scene, the Spanish Steps lead to the Trinità dei Monti church. At the base of the steps, you’ll find another one of Rome’s beautiful fountains, Fontana della Barcaccia, or “Fountain of the Longboat. You don’t need to climb all 174 steps to experience the splendor of this popular Roman landmark. These steps are a popular location for sitting down with friends and enjoying a nice bottle of wine. If you are ambitious enough to climb the Spanish Steps later in your trip, you’ll find the Borghese Gardens, a beautiful park with stunning panoramic views of the city.

Trevi Fountain

Admire this gorgeous baroque fountain in Rome’s city center, which you may recognize from some classic films including Roman Holiday and La Dolce Vita. The fountain’s sculpture depicts Oceanus on a chariot being pulled by two horses. As you walk past, you’ll notice crowds of people tossing coins into the Trevi Fountain. As legend has it, drinking water from the Trevi Fountain ensures good luck and a guaranteed return to the Eternal City. You may wonder, where do the coins in the Trevi fountain go? They’re actually donated to a local Catholic charity that assists the homeless community in Rome. Your guide will explain the construction and restoration of this Roman icon and allow you to toss your own coin into the fountain.

Pasta Making Class (1 hour)

Join a local chef as you learn the art of making authentic Italian pasta. You’ll be greeted with a glass of prosecco to get you in the mood for some more delicious Roman cuisine. Put your kitchen skills to work and make some fresh tagliatelle pasta with your group. What would an Italian meal be without dessert? After your pasta creation, learn how to prepare some delicious tiramisu.