Kids’ Pizza Making Class in Rome
What could be more fun than a 2.5-hour Kids’ Pizza Making Class taught by a real Roman Pizzaiolo? Join us for a visit to an authentic pizzeria in the Campo de’ Fiori neighborhood of central Rome. Nestled in this quaint section of historic monuments and markets is a restaurant filled with mouth-watering aromas. Watch your children don their own chef’s hats and aprons as they gather round a great wooden table filled with ingredients to assemble pizzas of their own creation. Listen to stories of old and sing traditional songs as the children personalize their hats and prepare to cook.
Each child will measure, mix, knead and roll his own crust. Then comes the homemade sauce and favorite toppings. While your children are having fun preparing their meal, you can relax with a feast of traditional antipasti with local cheese, antipasto with salami, prosciutto, bruschetta and wine.
When the youngsters’ sizzling pizzas come out of the big oven, you may order your own pizza feast from the restaurant menu. Perhaps you’ll start with a mixed platter of salami, prosciutto ham, mozzarella balls, arancini meatballs and cheese. Then, have your choice of pizza – margherita (tomato and cheese), mushroom, spicy salami or prosciutto. For dessert, it’s gelato for the children and a specialty of the day for you. Enjoy wine or a soft drink with your dinner.
After, you might enjoy some shopping and sightseeing in the area. Be sure to take your complimentary step-by-step-pizza-making guide and our family-friendly guide to the attractions of Rome.
Staff will direct you to public transportation or a taxi for your departure.
The class is geared toward children ages 5 to 14, but older children and adults are also welcome to participate. Reservations are required. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
- Cooking lesson + Food and drinks included!
- Hotel pickup and drop-off not included but can be arranged upon request for reasonable price
- Gratuities (optional)
- Children must be accompanied by an adult Minimum age is 5 years
- This cooking class is aimed primarily at children aged 5-10 years; however it can be enjoyed equally by older children (and adults!) of all ages
- Parents cook and eat as well :-)
- Duration: 2.5 hours
- Starting time: 11 am or 5 pm
- Price quote: call us, send us and email or use our contact form for cooking and prices. Discounts for large families and for early bookings!
Our trip was something I thought would be cool to experience for us, and it turned out to be better than I anticipated. That’s why I like to share my experience with others. My brother-in-law's family had never been to Rome, or Italy and my daughter wanted to spend her summer break with her twin cousin sisters, Ruth and Natalya. Then we planned a family tour to Rome.
I have traveled extensively with my daughter and was always searching for wonderful child friendly guides, who could capture my daughter's attention, who would make it interesting and meaningful too. We loved our trip to Rome. Our tour guides (Cristiana and Roberta) were really wonderful. They were easy going, knowledgeable, and also passionate. They treated our kids in such a way that they became friends of them.
We loved our trip to Rome. I asked each of the kids to tell me their favorite parts of the trip and this is what they had to say. Ruth’s favorite was visiting the Colosseum which is the most iconic landmark in the city. She wanted to film as much footage as she could while she was there because it was such a cool setting. Mayra’s favorite one was throwing coins in Trevi Fountain.
Natalya’s favorite was walking up the Spanish Steps and taking in the views of the city at the top. We ventured to the National Archaeological Museum. It was mind-blowing. What an awesome sight to see for the kids. I was surprised to see how interested they were in the Roman architecture. It was very peaceful and mind provoking. We had the best guides ever, because they made sure that we were well aware of the historical value behind everything we experienced.
The Vatican was amazing, too. Thanks a lot Cristiana and Roberta, as well as “Rome Tours With Kids” company for making our holiday such special and comfortable. We learned interesting facts and were able to breeze through these parts of our planned sightseeing and this made it possible to do so much more with our limited time in this glorious city. Rome really is an amazing space to wander around. It’s this ancient space that you can be in, touch, and explores; I recommend trying “Rome Tours With Kids” for private tours of Rome those who have kids.