Why you should visit Rome at least once in your life

 All over the world Rome is famous for the Colosseo which has been its symbol for more than 2000 years. This would already be enough to visit…

You can find history and art in any corner of the city and you won’t need a ticket: Imperial Forums, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, St. Peter’s Basilica, Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, Piazza Venezia and Vittoriano and many more…

Walking away from the historical center you’ll see another perspective of Rome, the sincere one: cozy streets, clothes stretched out the windows to dry, ladies buying vegetables from local markets in the square! Just Italian! So romantic!

You’ll smell the scent of food coming from the old ladies’ kitchens passing through windows, while are preparing traditional Roman and Italian recipes, and you will finally feel in Rome! In Italy!

If you want to discover what they are cooking, let us guide you in the making of these typical Roman and Italian recipes while having a fun time cooking together in your residence, both in Rome or the surrounding towns.

If you still haven’t found accommodation in and around Rome, the following are some suggestions for you:

A stone’s throw from the Colosseum, delightful apartment for 5 people. Host Gloria.                                                                 

Central and facing a very quiet street, for 4 people. Host Gloria.

To enjoy the sea a few km from Rome ( private beach), location very well connected to the city. For 12 people. Host Gloria.

Umbria region, about 2 hours from Rome and Florence, lovely farmhouse a few km from Todi. For 11 people. Host Federica.

The sea (beautiful) a few miles from Rome, very well connected to the city. Rustic farmhouse with wonderful pergola for dinners. For 16/18 people. Host Nunzia.                                                         

Around Rome, the countryside is beautiful. This house is surrounded by greenery and has a huge window in the living room that will make you feel there even more.                                                                                                          


Some of the most typical recipes in Rome:

The lesson lasts about three hours and is held in English. It includes the final full lunch or dinner, depending on the one you choose.
For food allergies or religious restriction, we can adjust the menu to fit with your requirement.

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