We’re excited and proud to announce that we’ve crafted many new culinary adventures for Italy lovers in 2019. Among these are week-long food and culture tours––an exclusive opportunity to experience the food, wine and beauty of Rome.
Casa Mia has partnered with Pranzo Tours––a tour operator with extensive experience in Italy travel planning––to offer customized 7-day Rome tours whose focus is the food, wine and culture of the Eternal City.
During our week-long When in Rome 2019 tours, you’ll have the unique opportunity to explore the Eternal City from a food and wine perspective, for a week of food, wine and cooking activities with us.
Days are planned out to be full of different activities, with plenty of tasting, drinking, cooking, learning Italian, eating and laughing. There will also be downtime to head off on your own to explore the city.
We have secured accommodations at a historic 4-star hotel in the center of Rome, in one of the city’s most charming neighborhoods.
Our When in Rome 2019 culinary tours are scheduled in early May and late September, when artichokes and figs are in season, when Rome is not crowded and airfare is affordable.
“When in Rome 2019” tour highlights
Welcome dinner at Rome’s best pizzeria
Farmer’s market tour & cooking class with lunch
Winery visit & wine tasting day trip
Guided olive oil tasting
Breakfast at Rome’s best pastry shop
Exploring the local cocktail and amaro scene
Testaccio market tour
Cacio e pepe, amatriciana & carbonara extravaganza
Lots of espresso, wine, gelato and more…
Availability is limited to the first 15 guests to confirm booking, so reserve your spots before they sell out!
To learn more about our customized seven-day “When in Rome” culinary adventure, which includes guided excursions, authentic cooking classes, shared intimate dinners and opportunities for individual exploration, CLICK HERE.
Eleonora Baldwin is a TV host, freelance food and travel writer, and culinary connoisseur based in Rome, Italy. Her writing appears in several food and travel publications. Her shows “ABCheese” and “Uazz’america” are broadcast on Italian food network Gambero Rosso Channel. Her podcast “iCheese” is recorded live on the Radio Food Live network.