Kick off your food-filled tour at the statue of Giordano Bruno, located in the lively Piazza Campo de’Fiori. Here, you’ll greet your guide and receive an overview of Italy’s iconic cuisine, favorites which include pizza, pasta, and bruschetta.
In the ambient evening light, follow your guide through Rome’s historical center and stop to sample buffalo mozzarella and burrata, accompanied by salami and prosciutto. Then, proceed to the Jewish Ghetto in order to introduce your palate to artichokes and conchia, a Roman-Jewish specialty.
After crossing the Tiber River, you’ll arrive in the lively area of Trastevere, whose ivy-clad buildings and cobbled streets are a well-kept secret. On the atmospheric backstreets, rest your feet during a sit-down dinner comprised of classic Italian dishes: feast on a variety of pizza and pasta dishes and conclude with authentic Italian gelato, the ultimate sweet treat.
Bid your guide farewell here, full of food and recommendation for excellent Roman restaurants.