Indulge in a true epicurean feast in Rome with this lavish tasting of 18 different types of food during this gluttonous 4-hour eating and walking tour of Rome. Stroll around the dynamic food markets, chat with the so-called Michelangelo of pizza at the famed Pizzarium (and sample a slice). Munch on cured meets and cheeses at Paciotti Salumeria, the best gourmet shop in the city. And savor fresh pasta and wine at an award-winning restaurant. Finally, finish off the tour with some delicious gelato.
4-hour walking and eating tour in Rome with a guide
Sample up to 18 different classic Roman edible delights
Start off with a typical Roman breakfast
Eat everything from pizza to cheese to cured meats
Sit down at a Roman trattoria for some pasta and wine
We took this tour the first day in Rome! We loved it and learned so much! We went back to several of the stops during our stay in Rome! Raluca was awesome, very friendly and informative! This was definitely one of the highlights on our trip! We highly recommend this tour and recommend to take it in the beginning of your trip, to help you understand some of the little things. Like what wine to look for, the difference between buffalo mozzarella and cow mozzarella, the tastes of aged balsamic, how to order at a bar (coffee shop) and what to look for in authentic foods of Italy! Thanks Raluca for a great tour!
Raluca was an excellent, informative and full of energy tour specialist. Her good nature and fun personality made this my favorite Rome tour above the Vatican and the Colosseum. Not only did we taste authentic Italian foods and wine along the way but the explanation was very interesting. Thanks Raluca making this such an exciting adventure.
We began our three week trip to Italy eagerly anticipating the food. Fortunately we began our first full day of the trip with this tour, in Rome. Our guide was Jessenia Rojas (Jess). And she was simply outstanding! We learned how to order pizza by the slice, how and what to order at a “Bar” for breakfast, how to choose good canoli and gelato, and how to avoid the not so good. We enjoyed “fluffy” gnocchi, delicious eggplant parmigiana, ravioli, wine, cheese, prosciutto, aged balsamic vinegar, and much more. This tour was fun and helped us have wonderful dining experiences throughout our trip. We were also provided with some restaurant recommendations in Rome. We went to IL Ciociaro for fabulous seafood pasta.
Alina was terrific, very friendly and kind. This particular food tour had quite a bit of people, but all the food was delicious and everyone was able to get a good amount of food. My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Thanks for the wonderful experience!