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Great tour with great food. The tour takes you through parts of Rome we probably wouldn't have seen if we didn't do the tour. The food is fantastic and the tour guide Martina did a great job, showing real passion for food and Rome itself. We did it on the first day of our trip and it put us on to what were tourist raps and what places were authentic Roman restaurants. Highly recommend this tour.
This was by far my favorite thing we did in Rome--and it's the perfect break from other fabulous days filled with art. This blend of food, context and history and getting to know neighborhoods is a phenomenal way to spend a day. Bravo! I'll be doing these food tours in every city I visit.
We were lucky to have Daniela - the guide to our Rome food walking tour.
We joined the afternoon tour, starting at Campo de Fiori area and visited several places during the 4 hours tour, taking us through the Jewish Ghetto and across the river to Trastevere.
Daniella was full of knowledge and stories about food and food's customs. We had delicious tastings and dishes, and visited interesting parts of Rome. It's a fantastic way to combine sight seeing with food tasting in a good company and an amazing Daniela - a true Roman.
Not to be missed.
This was an incredible tour and I'm so glad my family did it. It was my husband, two children ages 3 and 6 and myself. There were only 3 other people plus our tour guide, Francesca. The guide was very informative and engaging. With a small group, we were able to get any questions answered and go at a pace that was good for the entire group. There was so much food! I didn't realize how many tastings we would get. Be forewarned, there's not much time to buy at the shops since it's a tour. We did this on our last day and I wish we did it on our first so we could have taken advantage of the recommendations we were given.
Great tour of the different districts of Rome and their food. Our guide Valeria was very friendly and knowledgeable and took us to a lot of places to eat lots of food, you will definitely be full by the end of this tour. The gelato at the end was delicious.
Great tour. Martina was knowledgeable, friendly and informative. The places we stopped were terrific. This is an area of Rome you must walk. No buses go there
This tour was amazing! We learned so much, the food was amazing and our tour guide was wonderful! We would HIGHLY recommend doing this tour in Rome! We are looking to do some tours locally now near home!
Tour guide was the best! Food was great and learned a lot about Rome. Highly recommend this tour. Big fun! with lots of walking, which was great because of all the food, I needed the exercise.
The food tour that we went on was very enjoyable. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and the food was lovely. I would very much recommend this tour to anyone who is new to Rome as tips on the best places to go and eat are great. Thank you very much tour guide!!!
Probably the best tour we took in Italy! I will probably look for a tour like this in every place I visit. Best way to get to know a city and their food. Our favorite!
Our guide, Francesa, was terrific. Really enjoyed her nights, loved seeing the food/ getting a feel for the local taste. We tasted our way from stop to stop - it was great!
Our guide and food were both amazing!! She sent us an email after our tour with the list of restaurants we went to as well as some recommendations. Recommend doing this earlier on during your stay in Rome to help you understand what is a good Roman restaurant versus a tourist trap.
This walking tour was at a nice leisurely pace, did not feel rushed at any time. We got to sample several cheeses and meats then went on and have 2 different slices of pizza then on to the Jewish Ghetto for some local specialties, zucchini flowers and suppli and then stopped at a local restaurant and had some pasta and on our final stop we had some gelato. Throughout the whole tour we saw some local sites that were off of the normal tourist spots.
It was a great tour! Very well organized and interesting to attend to. After the tour we visited repeatedly two of the sites for food.
Delicious, delicious, delicious is all I can say! Daniella was so much fun to tour the areas with and provided great insight. Highly recommend this tour!
Valeria, the guide, was wonderful, very knowledgeable, articulate and interesting. Great tour to take as you first arrive to Rome - then you would know what the locals like and avoid the tourist traps.
We loved this tour. A total emersion in roman culture and cuisine. Our guide, Daniella, was fantastic...lots of wit, passion and knowledge. Highly recommended.
We loved it and have recommended it to everyone we have met in Rome. We learned a lot and loved all the tastings. It was enough to be our dinner for the night.
Evylen was wonderful. Very informative and friendly. We all had a wonderful time and lunch a was really good .
We went on the Rome Food Walking Tour covering the Trastevere, Campo de Fiori and Jewish Ghetto neighbourhoods. What an absolute treat it was. We were in a small group, and the enthusiastic and knowledgable Daniela was our guide. The range of food we were able to try was fantastic and we certainly did not finish the tour hungry. Daniela explained the origin of all we ate and gave pointers for places and other food to eat in our remaining time in Rome. The tour ended in Travestere which was enabled us to independtly visit a craft beer pub I had my eye on. So, wins all round.
I highly recommend this tour!
Francesca was knowledgable, engaging and enthusiastic. She had good English skills and was easy to understand.
We learned a lot, enjoyed all the food stops
and would enthusiastically recommend
the tour to others. Appreciated that the group was limited to 12.
Very good and interesting tour.
Our guide frederika was full of knowledge and spoke to us in perfect English about various foods and why the romans are partial to them. We then stopped 4 or 5 times at different places to taste typical Italian food. It was wonderful, finishing with a gelato. Delish!