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Tour code: 5614ROMEFOOD
Go on the hunt for some of the best food in Rome on this culinary walking tour through the areas of Campo de’ Fiori, Trastevere and the Jewish Ghetto. With an in-the-know guide, you’ll sample traditional Italian favorites like gelato and pasta as well as local specialties like fried artichokes. Eating your way through the Eternal City… there’s no better way to do as the Romans do. Limited to 12 people, this tour provides a small-group experience. Select a departure time when booking.

Highlights

  • 3.5-hour Rome food walking tour to Trastevere, Campo di Fiori and the Jewish Ghetto
  • Hunt out the local’s favorite eateries in Rome with your expert local guide
  • Visit Campo de' Fiori’s market to meet local traders and sample their quality produce
  • Explore vibrant Trastevere and try food like a classic Roman pasta dish, gelato and tomato-free pizza
  • Small-group tour with a maximum of 12 people for a more personalized experience

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What You Can Expect

Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori and Jewish Ghetto

Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo di Fiori and Jewish Ghetto

Your Rome culinary adventure starts in Piazza Farnese, where you’ll meet your guide and set off on your walking tour, making your way first to Campo de’ Fiori. Visit the popular food market here, where stalls overflow with fresh veggies, meats and cheeses. While you take in the bustling atmosphere, meet some of the vendors, who will provide samples of their tasty goods.

Next, head over to Trastevere, a quaint neighborhood whose cobbled lanes are home to favorite local restaurants and cafes. Walk through the district with your guide, stopping at various eateries for tastings of classic Roman dishes like pasta, pizza bianca (pizza with no tomato sauce), fresh mozzarella cheese, locally cured salami and artisan gelato.

Then continue to the Jewish Ghetto, a bohemian district south of Rome’s historical center known for its vintage shops and art studios. Stop by local grocery stores and delicatessens around Piazza della Cinque Scole for samples of specialties like risotto balls, known as suppli, and fried artichokes and codfish.

With a full stomach, your tour ends in Trastevere.

Customer Reviews

LG

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

I decided last-minute to do this tour and was glad I did, as it was very informative and delicious! Valeria was an excellent guide, and the small size of the group allowed us to ask all the questions we wanted. The food samples are very generous, and I was stuffed at the end.

hwagnerrealtor

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

Our guide, Federica was lovely and very knowledgeable. We not only enjoyed the delicious food but we also learned so much about the history of Rome and the neighbors we explored.

Paul N USA

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

Excellent tour and Guide, Antonia. Be aware that the market is closed for to afternoon tour. There is so much food to eat that you will not want to eat for hours before the tour begins, especially the evening tour.

Solveigh R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended April 2016

Very tasty, interesting, on your own you wouldn't come across all those places!
To improve: not much really, only a tiny little bit more cultural Information.

Jennifer W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

My husband and I spent 9 days in Italy in 3 cities and took a four tour in each one. We loved every tour and they were each a little different. I enjoyed the foods of Rome and our guide who had a degree in archeology with a specialty in old coins. I loved hearing about American Italian food and when it didn't make sense. My favorite part was in the Jewish Ghetto and seeing the street plates. It touched my heart. These food tours are a fun value because you get to eat, drink, walk through the streets of Rome with a Roman and ...learn about the people, culture and history.

Brad M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2016

Fun tour, very worthwhile! Best to do at the beginning of your stay in Rome if you've never been there before. There's a lot of great food, and the history fits in so naturally and logically with the food. All three neighborhoods are fascinating and easy to walk around, and if you're staying awhile you'll probably return to some places on this tour like I did. Also, at the starting time I found out that four other people had signed up for it, and when none of them showed up I assumed that Valeria would need to cancel it - but she was happy to conduct the tour with just me. Thanks Valeria!

Yigal L

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2016

Federika was a great guide with an infectious love of Rome. We were a very small group 3 people and even though it was an afternoon tour, and the market was already closed, felt we got great explanations about the products used and typical Roman dishes. We were certainly not hungry by the end actually middle of the tour, having tasted gelato, pizza, cheeses, a salami, suppli, a fried artichoke and a pasta dish all in different locations. We went to the market the next morning and knew what to look for based on the evenings descriptions.

Shannon H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2016

Loved the personal perspective Valeria gave.

Mickey K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2016

Lovely day spent talking about food and learning about the Roman perspective

Harold D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2015

Very fun tour. A highlight of Rome experience. Super friendly and fun tour guide

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