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One of the best parts of our two week vacation in Italy

I used Tripadvisor to find this great tour. Guido and Sally were fabulous hosts. We enjoyed all the... read more

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Reviewed 1 week ago
Kathleen R
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One day cooking class and tour with Sally and Guido, Wonderful!

Thank you Sally and Guido for a fun, informative and delicious day. We thoroughly enjoyed every... read more

Reviewed April 30, 2018
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Learn about the ancient art of olive oil making, while visiting Sabina, the beautiful region just north of Rome, Italy. This 3 Hour Olive Oil Tour includes a visit to the largest olive tree in Europe (2000 Years old) and a visit to an organic olive...more
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Via Montecavallo 30, 00199 Rome, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I used Tripadvisor to find this great tour. Guido and Sally were fabulous hosts. We enjoyed all the information they shared with us and the beautiful Italian countryside they call home. It really felt like we were visiting with friends who just happen to know...More

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Reviewed April 30, 2018

Thank you Sally and Guido for a fun, informative and delicious day. We thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of our day with you. Visiting the hilltop medieval village, cooking class in your warm and beautiful home, stopping by Farfa Monastery and village. We could not have...More

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ConvivioRome, Owner at Convivio Rome - Olive Oil Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thank you so much for your review. I know that this review should have been placed on our Convivio Rome Italian Cooking Class page, and not our Rome Olive Tour page, but, as your review is still here, on this page, I would like to...More

Reviewed March 26, 2018

What a wonderful way to get away from the tourists of Rome...my friends and I absolutely lived our Olive Oil tour. It was so informative. We loved the beautiful countryside as well. Thank you Guido and Sally for your hospitality.More

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ConvivioRome, Owner at Convivio Rome - Olive Oil Tour, responded to this reviewResponded April 12, 2018

Thank you so much for coming along. We had a great combined group, with you and your friends. plus others attending on the same morning.....and the weather was absolutely wonderful! You were lucky to see a 'Spring day' in early March, seeing the unspoiled and...More

Reviewed March 19, 2018

We had the best time with Sally and Guido. They are very knowledgeable and a fun couple. It was wonderful experience and I hope to go back some day for a cooking holiday. The instructions for the train from Rome were very easy to follow,...More

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ConvivioRome, Owner at Convivio Rome - Olive Oil Tour, responded to this reviewResponded March 20, 2018

It was lovely meeting you and all your friends and taking you for a Rome Olive Tour. We were so lucky with the beautiful March weather, cool but sunny, that showed up all the wonderful colours of the Roman countryside. Thank you for recommending the...More

Reviewed March 9, 2018 via mobile

We had the BEST day!!! Highly recommend this tour and would certainly come again next time in the area. The owners, Guido and Sally, drove out to the train station to pick us up and the drive out to their property was so beautiful. Guido...More

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ConvivioRome, Owner at Convivio Rome - Olive Oil Tour, responded to this reviewResponded March 12, 2018

Thank you so much for joining us and for your fabulous review. It looked like you were all enjoying yourselves so much, which is exactly our aim of this tour. I am sure you will continue to appreciate the local extra virgin olive oil you...More

Reviewed December 7, 2017

Sally and Guido were very kind and informative regarding Olives, the region. We genuinely enjoyed their hospitality. Thanks.More

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ConvivioRome, Owner at Convivio Rome - Olive Oil Tour, responded to this reviewResponded December 11, 2017

Thank you so much for your review about your Rome Olive Tour. It was a pleasure meeting you and your mother and we are so pleased that you enjoyed the tour and our beautiful area of Sabina. We had perfect weather and the olive oil...More

Reviewed November 9, 2017

This was the biggest highlight of our trip to Rome and is a must do if you have time for a day trip beyond the city! Sally and Guido were fantastic: not only were they incredibly knowledgeable about the Sabina region, but were also authentically...More

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ConvivioRome, Owner at Convivio Rome - Olive Oil Tour, responded to this reviewResponded November 25, 2017

It was also great to meet you both and our absolute pleasure to show you both around our unspolt magical countryside near Rome. We are so pleased it was the highlight of your trip to Rome! Wonderful! You were lucky enough to take our Rome...More

Reviewed October 10, 2017

Sally and Guido were wonderful Hosts and this Olive Tour was one of the supreme Highlights of our Trip to Tuscany. They are most gracious and knowledgeable from the History of planting olive trees to the current pressing matter of....the best olive oils to be...More

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ConvivioRome, Owner at Convivio Rome - Olive Oil Tour, responded to this reviewResponded October 16, 2017

Thank you so much for your wonderful review. It is great that you were able to incorporate a Rome Olive Tour with us on your way to Tuscany. It was fun spending the afternoon with you both and I am sure you will enjoy the...More

Reviewed September 27, 2017

Sally and Guido were fantastic. ... soooooo knowledgeable and accommodating. They offered my sister and I a wonderful tour of their property and a visit to a heritage olive tree. We sampled the best cheese we have ever tasted .... Thank you 😊More

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ConvivioRome, Owner at Convivio Rome - Olive Oil Tour, responded to this reviewResponded October 3, 2017

Thank you so much for your wonderful review of your Rome Olive Tour. We loved your enthusiasm for all we offered. It was a real pleasure meeting you and your sister and I hope your onward journey to Tuscany went well. We hope you are...More

Reviewed September 12, 2017

Guido is extremely knowledgeable about plants that grow in the Sabina region, especially herbs and olive trees. We went for a walk through an a very old olive plantation (some trees over 600 years old) and learnt a lot about the history of the industry,...More

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ConvivioRome, Owner at Convivio Rome - Olive Oil Tour, responded to this reviewResponded September 13, 2017

Thank you for your review . I am really pleased you enjoyed the Olive Tour with Guido that you took during your longer cooking holiday. Guido certainly has a passion for foraging and for the local D.O.P. Sabina extra virgin olive oil, so I am...More

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Thank you for your question David Z. It is very easy to get to your meeting point, from Rome by a direct train, that runs from a variety of train stations in Rome and takes about 40 minutes (if you are coming from Roma... More
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