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Stop At: Piazza Farnese, 00186 Rome Italy
Beautiful Renaissance Square with the splendid Palazzo Farnese (site for the French Embassy) designed by refined artists, two ancient fountains and a beautiful Church
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Piazza di Campo de' Fiori, 00186 Rome Italy
One of the most important and famous squares in Rome hosting fresh fruit and vegetables market every day until 4 pm. In the middle the famous stautue dedicated to Giordano Bruno.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Statua di Giordano Bruno, Campo de' Fiori, Rome Italy
Statue by Ferrari dedicated to the Dominican philosopher burnt alive there in 1600 by Catholic Inquisition.
Duration: 5 minutes
Stop At: Ancient Pizzicheria Ruggeri, Piazza Campo de' Fiori, 1, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Visit a 100 years old grocery store managed by the family, meet them and taste local specialties
Duration: 15 minutes
Pass By: Giubbonari Pietro, Via dei Giubbonari, 97A, 00187 Roma RM, Italy
stroll a road full of shops and artisans
Stop At: Antico Forno Roscioli, Via dei Chiavari, 34, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Stop at the best bakery in town to taste roman-style pizza and learn how to order in Rome
Duration: 15 minutes
Pass By: Chiesa di San Carlo ai Catinari (SS. Biagio e Carlo ai Catinari), Piazza Benedetto Cairoli 117, 00186 Rome Italy
The Church of "Saints Blaise and Charles in Catinari" is an early-Baroque style church located on Piazza Benedetto Cairoli.
The attribute ai Catinari refers to the presence, at the time of its construction, of the many makers of wooden basins who worked in the area. The church was commissioned by the Order of the Barnabites and funded by the Milanese community in Rome to honour their fellow Milanese St. Charles Borromeo.
Stop At: Ghetto Ebraico, Piazza delle Cinque Scole, 00186 Rome Italy
A must-see spot of Rome. The Jewish Quarter (named Ghetto, but not dangerous at all) is one of the top places to eat local specialties. Indulge in the unique atmosphere of the Ghetto and taste fried food.
Duration: 25 minutes
Stop At: Via Portico d'Ottavia, Via del Portico d'Ottavia 29 Sant'Angelo (Ghetto), 00186 Rome Italy
See an the ruins of the Portico d'Ottavia (Octavia's porch) in the Jewish Ghetto of Rome
Duration: 10 minutes
Pass By: Tempio Maggiore di Roma, Lungotevere de Cenci, 00186 Rome Italy
The main Synagogue of Rome dated 1905 is a unique place
Stop At: Ponte Fabricio, Rome Italy
The irst bridge of Rome will lead you to the Tiberina Island, head to Trastevere
Duration: 5 minutes
Stop At: Isola Tiberina, Rome Italy
Cross the island of Rome famous for the medical connection and history. Take a nice pic on the oldest bridge of Rome
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Ristorante Sette Oche in Altalena, Via dei Salumi, 36, 00153 Roma RM, Italy
Pasta Tasting in this family-run restaurant for the most beloved roman recipes
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Trastevere, 00153 Rome Italy
Enjoy one of the best areas in Rome dedicated to easy-going lifestyle, chill out and nightlife. Medieval buildings and many bars, restaurants and shops.
Duration: 25 minutes
Stop At: Fiordiluna, Via della Lungaretta, 96, 00153 Roma RM, Italy
Stop at tis family gelateria for an unforgettable gelato tasting
Duration: 15 minutes
Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately.
The market visit is not included in the afternoon tour. If you select this option, you will have some free time to browse the local shops instead.
Vegetarian or dairy-free options are available, please advise at time of booking if required.
Service animals allowed.
Near public transportation.
Infant seats available.
Surfaces are wheelchair accessible.
Most travelers can participate.
Gluten free options are available , with different selection for tastings.
Not recommended for vegan people.
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 12 travelers
We had a fabulous time walking around the various neighborhoods of Rome. Our guide was absolutely lovely! She was super knowledgeable and kind. She provided us with a great background on the food we were sampling, as well as pointed out important sites along the walk. I highly recommend this tour for foodies looking to experience the seasonal taste of Rome!
Great Tour and with lots of food history and knowledge to be absorbed. The tour guide was excellent and knew a lot about the local cuisine. She took us to the places where everything we tasted was par excellent. Remember not to make any lunch or dinner plans after this tour as you will be very full with all the tastings that will happen during this tour. Highly recommended and a must do if you love to know about the local food.
We felt like locals seeing parts of Rome and tasting wonderful food. It was a great experience for our family. Our guide did a great job sharing the role of food in the Italian culture and we got to sample delicious food from places we never would have discovered on our own. I highly recommend giving this a try.
Loved everything about the tour… From the food, to the neighborhood treasures, to our fabulous guide, we learned and enjoyed well beyond our expectations!
In spite of the hot weather in June, the late afternoon tour was a tasty visit to places in Rome we qwould never have found especially the bakeries, saluumeria, and gelato joints. Don’t make dinner reservations on the evening of your tour; you will have more than enough in nibbles and swigs on this visit to some of Rome’s best food shops.
The food tour was wonderful and our guide Anastasia was fantastic! I would definitely do this again with Anastasia as our guide. She had great information!
This is the perfect tour to enjoy wonderful treats and lunch in my favorite areas of Rome! My 18-year old son and I loved it! Our guide from Gourmetaly was fantastic and full of great food and history tidbits. If you have yet to visit Rome, you can not miss these 3 amazing and charming areas. And, what better way to do so than to enjoy some very delizioso food - especially loved the Pasta Carbonara e Vino! It is a MUST tour!
Our food walking tour was wonderful. It was one of the highlights of our stay in Rome. All of the food was wonderful. The tour was informative and entertaining. I would highly recommend this tour for others who would like an educational, fun and yummy tour of Rome!
I would highly recommend. We are a family of five that did this tour and my kids aged 10-13 also loved it. Was a nice size; would people, really like the neighborhoods we walked through, and guide was good. We went to five different places and the pasta tasting was the size of a full dinner. It was good food and a great way to check out a couple neighborhoods.
Valeria was a wonderful guide on this tasting tour of Rome. The samples at each location were very generous and we learned a lot about the history of food in Rome, as well as how some of it is made. We would highly recommend this tour!
We are so glad we took this tour ! Lisa was awesome, and she helped us explore wonderful parts of Rome. She was very informative about the history of the area, and the food we were sampling. We tried so much wonderful food! By the end of the day our bellies were full and we were very happy :)
Excellent tour to experience different Roman foods and customs. You get to see other parts of the city as well. Guide was knowledgeable and accommodating. And of course the tour ends with delicious gelato.
Antonella was our very knowledgeable guide who met us exactly on time in the exact spot wechad been told. She did not rush us as we are seniors with a slower pace, she took us to 4 locations for amazing authentic food. The pizza bakery was so unique and delicious. Next was the battered zucchini flowers that my Italian mom used to make. Rice balls also! Onto pasta- a choice from 3. Would have liked to try all 3 however. Gelato stop for dessert. We were able to sit at each location which was a blessing for us. She narrated history of the buildings and area along the way. Very warm and friendly tour guide! She made the experience wonderful! Also gave us guidance to finding a taxi back to our hotel.
I would highly recommend this tour as it allows you to experience a good variety of Italian cuisine (lots of eating) and at the same time to gain valuable knowledge about the Italian food culture.
We really enjoyed this walking and tasting tour. Our tour guide was super, very knowledgeable about the area we toured.
Guide was knowledgeable and professional. Recommend taking this tour when the outdoor market is open
Wonderful experience! Great food.! I would highly recommend this to any one traveling in Rome! By the time we finished we were stuffed. Our guide was fluent, and was a lot of fun.
I highly recommend this tour. We met our local guide, Valeria, next to a newsstand in a piazza near Campo de' Fiori. Valeria told us the newsstand is owned by her parents. There were 4 of us in the group so it truly was a small group. We began the tour at the farmer's market where there was a huge array of beautiful produce, along with a large assortment of other items. Valeria is extremely knowledgeable, very personable and dedicated to making sure each person in the group has an enjoyable experience. The food at every single place we went to was incredible. You are able to tell them when you book if you have any dietary restrictions and those are taken into consideration at each food stop. We stopped at a deli for prosciutto, buffalo mozzarella and another kind of cheese. A restaurant in the Jewish Ghetto where we had arancini, fried anchovies or sardines (I can't remember which) and fried zucchini blossoms stuffed with something delicious. My daughter can't eat dairy so she was given a gorgeous bruschetta instead. We then went to another deli where we had white pizza, rose pizza and porchetta that practically melted in my mouth. We had lunch at a restaurant in Trastevere where we had pasta, bread and wine. And finally, dessert, at a gelato shop in Trastevere which had some amazing gelato, which is where the tour ended. If you want to experience some really delicious local food and learn about the area from a warm, kind, knowledgeable local guide, do this tour.
We had a wonderful experience! A great introduction to the city. The tour included insight into the culture, the history and the culinary world of Rome. Highly recommended!
We had a brilliant 4 hours with Antonia on our food tour of Rome. She kept us enthralled by the stories she told of quality ingredients and their dedicated producers. Antonia is an excellent guide who manages to be both enthusiastic and informative. Highly recommended.
Our tour with Lisa was perfect -- a great overview of the Campo de'Fiori markets, its side stores and a lovely pasta lunch in Trastevere. I am gluten free and Lisa went out of her way to make sure I could eat certain pastries, pizzas and pastas that Rome has to offer. Our teens loved it. Grazie!
Loved the tour. Would highly recommended it. Went to enough places to sample different dishes. Was a fun evening.
This tour took us to places we would never have found on our own, and introduced us to numerous local delicacies. It was a real treat for us! Alessandra was our guide, and she did a great job of keeping our group together, pointing out items of interest, and helping to immerse us in the local area. There were 19 of us signed up for this tour, and they split us into 2 groups - which was just the right size. All the food we tasted was absolutely delicious, and locally authentic. We just wish we had more time the next day to find some of these places again - but that will have to wait for the next trip. All in all, we thought this tour was very good value for the price. This tour made us very happy!!!
It's the first time for us to join food tours.
It was quite fun to eat around Rome with people who also have the similar hobby of eating. Our tour guide was very passionate about her work, so it made the tour very enjoyable. She explained to us about the restaurants and different kinds of food, etc. She even sent us recommendations after our tour! She really cares.
The food we had were delicious as well. I would highly recommend this tour.
The tour was well paced and the food was delicious and filling without being too much. Our tour guide was informative and had her finger on the pulse of roman culinary knowledge. I wanted to learn the recipes of many of the dishes that we ate and our guide offered to email them but unfortunately I have not recieved them but it does not take away from this enjoyable eating and walking experience.
Our group first went to a family-owned bakery best known for panetoni. They make Roman style pizza(rectangular rather than round). The two we had were a potato and cheese, and margarita. The next stop in the Jewish quarter served us Roman rice balls and stuffed zucchini blossoms. The last stop gave us mozzarella ala buffalo, then our choice of pastas with a glass of wine. All were excellent, and our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. Highly recommend.
Clelia was great at showing us the taste of Italy and some historic sights. We had a lovely time and would DEFINITELY recommend as the first thing to do. We went back the next day to revisit the food and interesting area and it was wonderful!!!! Try the pomegranate juice and feel strangely alive again! IF YOU'RE ON THE FENCE, DON'T BE. IT'S REALLY THE WAY TOO EAT AND RELAX LIKE LOCALS DO. Very impressed!!! Bravo
This was a great tour! Valeria was a great guide and we learned sooo much from her about Italian and Roman food! She also provided many interesting facts and history. We had cheese/meets, traditional pizza, risotto balls, deep fried cheese stuffed zucchini blossoms, pasta, and gelato! We learned a ton about the different kinds of cheeses and how they are very regional throughout Italy.
The day after the tour Valeria emailed us a list of restaurant recommendations in Rome and all over ItalyFlorence, Siena, Amalfi Coast etc! She was a fabulous guide and her email was so helpful for the remainder of our visit! We would do this tour again!
Met our guide Valaria near Camp de' Fiori who then led us to that market where she explained the market's operations, the various types of produce and it's origins if not grown in Italy, it's country of origin must be noted and the various types of vendors. Then the eating began...pizza from a forno oven, fried stuffed zucchini and fried rice balls, cheeses, salamis and gelato. All this as we walked through Trastevere and the Jewish Ghetto. Valaria was an incredible tour guide. Have already recommended this tour to friends headed to Rome.
We had a great time, tour guide was outstanding and did a fantastic job. So glad we got her and will always remember this experience. Every where she brought us to had a delicious surprise waiting for us. Thoroughly enjoyed her knowledgeable commentary on both food and sites throughout the tour.