in Rome, Italy

Rome: Small-Group Historical Food Markets Tour


Rome, Italy

39.40 USD

1 - 10

3 hrs


From $39.40 USD
per person
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Tour Information


Overview
  • Visit the most wonderful and historical food markets of Rome to learn the history behind them and how they were born. You will meet charismatic merchants, sample authentic produce and hear great stories on this guided tour.

Location
  • Around:
    • Rome, Italy
  • Pickup: Meet your guide in front of the Santa Maria in Trastevere Church situate in Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere. Your guide will hold a Mea Tours sign

Categories
  • Walking Tours

Time of Tour
  • Departure at:
  • Duration: 3 hrs

Additional
  • Price per person: $39.40
  • Size: 1 - 10 people
  • Discount: 0%
  • Languages: en, de, fr, es

Inclusion
  • • 3-hour guided tour in a small group
    • Professional and licensed guide

Exclusion
  • • Food and drinks

Cancellation
  • Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

Rome: Small-Group Historical Food Markets Tour

After meeting with your guide, you will begin to visit 3 of Rome’s famous markets on this 3-hour culinary tour. You will start your food tour from the historical area of Trastevere, where will you admire the Santa Maria in Trastevere Basilica, which was probably the first official Christian cult area in Rome. From Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere, you will walk down to Piazza San Cosimato, where you will discover the first market of your tour, Piazza San Cosimato. Open since the beginning of ‘900s, many of its sellers actually descend from the first vendors and are up to the third generation of fruit, vegetable, cheese, fish or meat providers to the inhabitants of Trastevere. Continuing your walking tour through Ponte Sisto, you will reach Campo de' Fiori, which is one of the oldest markets in town. Piazza Campo de' Fiori is placed between piazza Navona and piazza Farnese, and portrays a typical scenario of Old Rome. The picturesque market that lies on this square is very typical of the city, and provides plenty of atmosphere to the surrounding area. It was moved here from piazza Navona in 1869, and owes its name to a wonderful field full of flowers. From Campo de' Fiori, you will continue walking until reaching the famous bakery "Antico Forno Roscioli". The story of the "Forno" is interrelated with the history of the city, starting when Marco Roscioli bought a very ancient furnace (whose original structure dates back to 1824 ), in order to provide the best bread possible every day for his countrymen. Here you can taste this famous bread, as well as a typical "Roman" pizza.

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Additional Information

• It is suggested to wear good walking shoes • All food purchased is at guest's own expense • Please be aware of personal allergies

Reviews

4.0 stars, based on 3 reviews
Inga – Germany
Inga – Germany
Unter historischen Lebensmittelmärkten haben wir uns etwas anderes vorgestellt. Es sind zwei Märkte wie wir sie hier in Bad Tölz am Mittwoch und Freitag haben. Nur das Gemüse-Obst-Angebot war größer.
03/09/2019
Lisa – Germany
Lisa – Germany
Insgesamt eine gute Tour
Unser Guide war sehr freundlich und hatte Tipps zum Kochen und den Speisen auf Lager. Einen Stern Abzug gibt es für das Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis, da wir einfach mehr erwartet hatten.
19/04/2019
conceicao – Portugal
conceicao – Portugal
Foi uma óptima experiência que nos levou por ruas e locais improváveis
A passagem por locais improváveis e o conhecimento histórico, gastronómico e cultural da guia tornou a experiência muito enriquecedora e próxima dos locais.
18/03/2019
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