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Great tour - well worth it ! Learnt a lot about the history of Rome as well.
This is a really lovely, well paced and fun tour. Our guide was informative and handled a large group of ten people that were all strangers with ease. She answered many interesting questions from the group. You MUST make time to get into the Trastevere area and this is a great way to start to explore this unique area.
Georgia was an excellent tour guide, knowledgable and entertaining. I loved her little stories..
The food sampling was wonderful. Also a nice sized group.
Excellent tour! Would highly recommend to anyone visiting Rome. When first coming to the city we were overwhelmed by the restaurant options, after this tour we ended up going back to the ones suggested. Also loved all the little facts our guide told us while walking around. This was definitely the highlight/ favorite part of our Rome trip.
Great tour ,our guide Jaleria lots of good info and really nice person.Definately recommend on first trip to Rome.
Valeria our guide was just wonderful. Quite a nice experience. Highly recommend it.
We really enjoyed this tour - our tour guide was amazing and very knowledgeable. The walk was leisurely and we enjoyed a sampling of food - from cheese, salami, pasta, pizza, to gelato. The gelato was the only disappointment - not as good as I have back home in Canada!! However, the trip was absolutely worth it and we are glad we did this!
Great way to learn the Roman culture. Great tour guide and food. Wished we would have done this tour day 1.
Thought the tour was excellent value for money.
Daniella, our guide was very knowledgeable and we had many different tastings of meats, pizzas, pastas and gelati.
Daniella provided a good history and would highly recommend this tour.
Great guide, unique and original tour, we got to see parts of Rome that we never heard of and discover very tasty food.
Can recommend this tour. Our guide was excellent and the food was delicious, giving us the chance to try some very local delicacies. The area visited is also very interesting.
Great tour to do, especially on first days in Rome! At the end u'll know what u need to try in Rome and where to go
Excellent tour. Guide Valeria was very informative and knowledgeable. Valeria was passionate about food and its history and that reflected in her excellent tour. Couldnt fault it. Plenty of tasting opportunities and lots to see and do.
I would highly recommend this tour as it allowed us to get away from the tourist
hotspots, try some delicious local food, and explore some of the local neighbourhoods.
Our local guide Federica was excellent. She kept things both interesting and fun
and it was great to see the pride she took in her home city and food.
We also got to experience her favorite pasta - with only peccorino and pepper -
which was delicious! This tour and gave me an insight into both the local life and
food in Rome that I othewise would not have experienced. Definitely worthwhile.
My 14 year old son and I loved this tour! I can't speak highly enough about this company
Lots of fun, yummy food, the gal who runs this business really cares, A
Federica was a tremendous tour guide -- instantly befriending us at our easy to find rendezvous spot and then taking excellent care to teach us about the various stops/history on our tour. We did the late afternoon tour which meant that the Campo de' Fiori Market was just wrapping up. But as it was so hot we more than welcomed darting in and out of fabulous shops and eateries, some cool because of AC, others refreshing because we were in a subterranean dining room. We kicked off the tasting and tales at the Ruggeri Campo de' Fiori shop: beautiful meats, cheeses and family stories. We then went onto several other stops -- all with food samples -- including a bakery which had the best wine donuts we've ever purchased, a restaurant in the Jewish Ghetto, a gelato shop and most memorably, Sette Oche in Altalena, Ristorante/Pizzeria , Reclamavano la Cena, the restaurant which serves Rome's signature Tonnarelli Cacio E Pepe -- also Federica's favorite pasta dish! The motto on the server's t-shirts: Make food not war was an excellent indicator of how serious this establishment is about creating authentic dishes yet still promoting a fun celebration of tradition. It was a tremendous tour with no need to have a meal until well into the next day. Federica was delightful and engaging and took care that the members of our small and very nice group knew how to get back to everyone's respective hotels. She followed up with all in a foodie email communique sharing links to recipes and recommendations for further places to go visit. Highly recommend doing this on your very first day in Rome... it won't disappoint you and will help orient you to the city and where to go, especially with thoughtful Federica's guidance.