I highly recommend this walking tour and pizza class. Our guide, Nina was excellent. She was very friendly, engaging and a wealth of knowledge. She provided historical significance about each site as well as sharing interesting information about its surroundings. I have been to Rome many times but had never taken a guided tour, I learn't so much more on this tour. The pizza making class was the perfect way to end the tour and lots of fun. The chef Mario was also excellent. He doesn't speak english which was fine for me because I speak Italian but my niece and nephew travelling with me didn't and he was very patient while the guide translated for him. We were free to use any ingredients we wanted on our pizza and it was the best pizza we have eaten in Rome. I recommend you don't eat before the tour so you can fully enjoy your pizza and the dessert! This entire tour exceeded our expectations.
The walking tour was enjoyable and informative. While my wife and I were familiar with most of the places we stopped at, we still learned new things and history. For my mother and sister in-law, the length of the walking tour was perfect and a great way to begin seeing Rome. The pizza class was great and the highlight of the trip. Can't wait to see if we can recreate the pizza we made at home.
We had a fantastic time. The walking tour was great - saw many of Rome's most recognized sites. But the pizza making was fabulous. We had 7 people in our group - 3 adults and 4 kids - ages 7, 11, 13, 16. Everyone had a blast. I highly recommend this as a fun family-friendly tour. Well worth the price
We loved the pizza making. Although the chef did not speak English, the guide was doing the translations and the pizzas were amazing even if we did make them ourselves. The tour got moved to the afternoon due to illness but the communication was excellent and the tour guide very attentive and took us around the major attractions and was very knowledgeable.