Introduction and research question: The use of an endoscope in skull base surgery provides a panoramic close-up view over the intracranial structures from multiple angles with excellent illumination, thus permitting greater extent of resection of tumors arising at sellar area, mostly represented by PitNet - Pituitary neuroendocrine tumors, with higher likelihood of preserving vital/intact gland tissue. For this refined specialty of neurosurgery, unique skills need to be acquired along a steep learning curve. Material and methods: EANS (European Association of Neurosurgical Societies) skull base section panelists were enrolled and 11 completed the survey: the goal was to provide a consensus statement of the endoscopic endonasal approach for pituitary adenoma surgery. Results: The survey consisted of 44 questions covering demographics data (i.e., academic/non-academic center, case load, years of experience), surgical techniques (i.e., use of neuronavigation, preoperative imaging), and follow-up management. Discussion and conclusions: In this paper we identified a series of tips and tricks at different phases of an endoscopic endonasal pituitary surgery procedure to underline the crucial steps to perform successful surgery and reduce complications: we took in consideration the principles of the surgical technique, the knowledge of the anatomy and its variations, and finally the importance of adjoining specialties experts.