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really fun tour.guide knew her way around the area. worth the tour
What a great way to get to know a district and what food it has to offer. This tour also gives you a chance to learn about Italian food and history, it was interesting and entertaining. The small group made it special, bonus that everyone else dropped out but the tour went ahead with just me. My guide was lovely and made it a great night, you could tell she knew her history and food. Thank you.
This tour was really great. As it turned out, my wife and I were the only two people on the tour that day. Since this was our second trip to Rome, we had already seen many of the obligatory historical sights, and we thought this would be a nice change of pace. We were not disappointed. As we walked around various areas of the city, we stopped to sample some typical Roman foods such as fresh buffalo mozzarella, charcuterie, pizza bianco, pizza rosso, a pasta dish with wine and gelato. The food was plentiful, and the discussion centered around food during the tour was very interesting. We covered lots of ground at a very leisurely pace, and learned lots about the food of Rome and of Italy.
This tour was awesome. Francesca was so interesting and fun. We had a wonderful day and learned a great deal. Please don't eat too big of a breakfast before this tour! You get to sample lots of wonderful food.
This tour is a terrific introduction to Roman food, mixed with some very interesting history. Our guide, Valeria, selected several great places to stop for a bite. She was also extremely knowledgeable about Roman and Italian history. Highly recommended!
This was a very, very informative tour. Our guide was Francesca, and she was knowledgable and enthusiastic about the food and culture of Rome. It is a wonderful story she tells of how each food is unique to Rome and there is a good amount of history she adds and weaves into the explanation of the foods. Everything was delicious, I learned a LOT, and really, really enjoyed the the experience! Highly recommend this tour!
Awesome tour, guide and good. Great for goodies and families. Definitely skip breakfast!
This was a great informative and fun tour. Daneilla was a knowledgable and engaging guide.
The food was all good and nice to be able to try such a variety.
The historic information about food and Rome was a great combo, we highly recommend this tour.
Francesca gave us a wonderful food walking tour. As she described the preparation of different Italian dishes, she gave us some of the history as well. I highly recommend this tour which also gave us food samplings as well.
Francesca was an excellent guide with a wealth of miscellaneous information on Italian food generally as well as the specifics we were shown. A really enjoyable tour.
We had such a great time. Danniella, our guide, took us on an interesting and informative journey through the more hidden places in Rome. Lot's to taste and some really interesting facts about the food and customs of modern day romans. We would thoroughly recommend this tour, very good value for money too!
This was by far the best tour we went on in Rome. Highly recommended.
While visiting Italy with my two best friends, we chose this tour to get a taste of real Italian food and experience the culture not knowing what to expect. It ended up being one of the most amazing things we did the whole entire trip! Every item our tour guide picked out for us to try never failed to be amazing in taste and texture. We were enthralled by all the Roman history she shared with us and were never once bored. Surprisingly, as three teenage girls, we soaked up the information with interest and were able to recite it all to our curious parents when they picked us up. From then on, we were able to pick out the perfect restaurants to try and all the right dishes from the menu like a local. This is a definite must if you want to truly get the Roman experience, it's worth every penny.
The small group walking tour was just that. Our group of 4 were the only people taking the tour. Our guide was excellent. She was knowledgable, friendly and spoke excellent English. We saw things we would never have seen on our own and sampled some excellent foods - cheese, ham, pizza sandwich, stuffed rice balls, a dish of paste accompanied by wine and, finally, gelato. The food was sampled in a variety of stores. Brilliant. I would recommend it to anyone.