Our Rome (Lazio) One-Day Classes


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View from the terrace of your cooking class in Rome

Rome – Cooking Lesson with a Noblewoman

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One-Day Class Starting At $375


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Cooking class with a couple in Rome

Rome (Mazzano Romano) – Lesson with a Professional Chef

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One-Day Class Starting At $175


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Cooking with Stefano in Rome

Rome – Lesson with Chef Stefano

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One-Day Class Starting At $270


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Chef Sabina leads a cooking class in Rome

One-Day Cooking Class in Rome with Chef Sabina

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One-Day Class Starting At $190


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Carciofi alla giudia made during a cooking class in Italy

One-Day Cooking Class in Rome with Market Visit

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One-Day Class Starting At $160

One-Day Classes In Rome (Lazio)

Journey to Rome and the ancient region of Lazio on a unique culinary vacation. The region produces some of the country’s best fruits, vegetables, and olives, allowing culinary specialties to flourish; dotted with lakes, there is also an abundance of seafood. It’s authentic villages and delectable regional dishes will be the hallmarks of your cooking vacation in Lazio.

Visiting a local bakery with the chef during a cooking class in Rome.

Visiting a local bakery with the chef during a cooking class in Rome.

FAQ about cooking holidays in Italy

Where can I learn to cook in Italy?

Tuscany, Umbria, Campania, Sicily, Emilia-Romagna, Piedmont, Lombardy, Lazio, Puglia, and the Veneto, are only a handful of the places where you can learn to cook in Italy. Italy’s 20 regions all offer amazing opportunities to learn regional and traditional Italian cuisine. Each region has its own pastas, sauces, main dishes and desserts, and you will learn to make them on our cooking courses in Italy.

Which city has the best food in Italy?

Italians might fight to the death over the answer to this question! Many would say that the city of Bologna has the best food in Italy. It is definitely one of the culinary capitals of Italy, and Emilia Romagna, the region in which it is found, is known for its incredible wealth of gastronomic products such as prosciutto di Parma, Parmigiano-Reggiano, aceto balsamico di Modena, and pastas like tortellini, tagliatelle, and lasagne.

We think that each of Italy’s regions, however, has something truly unique and unforgettable to offer on our culinary vacations in Italy.

Which city in Italy has the best pizza?

Most Italians would agree that Naples has the best pizza in Italy. Naples, the capital of the Campania region, is also the birthplace of pizza! The main ingredients of pizza also come from this region: fresh mozzarella cheese and San Marzano tomatoes, grown in the sun-drenched volcanic soil of Mount Vesuvius.

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