Get a taste of Rome and Lazio
Food tours, Cooking class, Tastings and much more
Food and Wine experiences in Rome and Lazio
Food tours, cooking class, tastings and much more
What is the best way to travel into the past and admire the rich cultural and artistic heritage of the Roman Empire, if not by visiting Lazio and the magnificent Rome, capital of Italy and jewel of the region? Characterized by a typical mediterranean climate along the coast and a continental one inland, Lazio offers a huge range of landscapes where natural reserves and volcanic lakes, among which we should mention the famous Bracciano lake, meet castles, fortifications, all examples of the well-known Lazio’s history. Art, sea, nature and genuine products are the key factors of the region’s success, destination of all kinds of tourists from the ones fond of arts to the sport lovers. However everyone agrees on having a rest with real local good food. Read more
Rome, called also “the Eternal city” by the emperor Adrian who described in details the magnificence and the majesty of the city, is the heartbeat of the Italian culture. Its origins are to be found in the legend of Romolo and Remo, the two children raised by a wolf, today symbol of the town. Roma’s historical centre is an UNESCO world heritage site and walking around there leads across the beauty of the past: the Imperial Forums, Caracalla thermal baths, Circus Maximus and the Pantheon are just few of the must-see. Losing yourself in the surroundings and discovering the heart of Rome is an (extra) ordinary experience: be fascinated by the staircase in Piazza di Spagna, by the Bernini’s impressive fountain in Piazza Navona or by the stately Piazza Venezia.
Food tours, cooking class, tastings and much more to experience the roman culinary tradition from the variety of the local products to propose you tempting dishes: carciofi alla romana seasoned with herbs, bucatini all’amatriciana made with the famous Amatrice’s cheek lard, spaghetti cacio e pepe, masterpiece of the roman pecorino, and last but not least the classic carbonara, perfect to taste in the bustlings restaurants of the historical centre. You can cleanse your palate by sipping the wines of the nearby hills, where the vineyards of the white Cervetri DOC or the red Romanico Cesanese del Piglio, with the delicious taste of black cherry, are located.