Campo Dei Fiori Food Market Tour & Pasta Making Class in Rome

Discover the Eternal City through its culinary traditions on a guided tour of Rome’s most important market. With a local chef leading the way, you’ll peruse the Campo dei Fiori Market, followed by a pasta-making class

Enjoy strolling through the large, lively, and ancient market of Rome, Campo dei Fiori. As you walk with your guide, you’ll admire the colorful stalls and learn about typical Roman cuisine. Then, stop to taste the traditional specialties and delicacies from the local producers. The market is the place to find the best products from all around Italy, especially top-quality versions from small-farm producers in the Lazio region. 

After the walk, you’ll join your chef in a pasta-making workshop. Learn the secrets behind some of the most typical Italian recipes. You’ll start by making your own pasta by combining the simple ingredients, cutting the dough, and enjoying your masterpiece. Then, sit down to dine with the group in the heart of Rome at Piazza Navona, accompanied by wine or soft drinks.

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