Make your own way to Palazzo Farnese at 9am to meet your guide. With your own personal group, you’ll then set off to tread the cobbles of Rome’s centro storico, while learning about its history and food.
Stop in Campo de’ Fiori, the vibrant square that hosts the city’s largest open-air food market. Here you’ll spend roughly two hours, sampling a range of Italian delicacies including olive oil, pastries, gelato, and balsamic vinegar. Check out the Forno bakery, which specializes in pizza al taglio (by the slice), and savor the crisp bite of a true Roman pizza.
The southern end of Campo de’ Fiori leads you to the old Jewish Ghetto in Rione Sant’Angelo. Established in the 16th century, the enclave was the place where all Jews in the city were forced to live. While overcrowded and bleak in bygone times, the ghetto today is a vibrant neighborhood, complete with Roman history, picturesque cobbles, and eclectic eateries aplenty. Your walking tour ends in the district after three hours.