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Experience the sights, scents and delicious cuisine of Rome's Trastevere multi-sensory walking tour of this lively and popular neighborhood. Marvel at the medieval architecture as you duck into favorite local establishments and historic family-run eateries, tasting your way as you go. En route you'll hear first-hand from the families and other residents working to preserve passed-down recipes and culinary traditions, and sample real Roman dishes. Expect to walk away with a better understanding of ways food and culture are so wonderfully intertwined—as well as a satisfied appetite.
Fabulous tour and guide, a must do!
Fun tour, easy going, but visited small local providers and got a brief history lesson to go with the food. Nice stroll around a small part of Trastevere with a fun guide.
This was an excellent tour. We were the only people on the tour and Andrea was very informative about the food from the various regions. It was also great to meet the local owners and people who take pride in their products. We took the morning tour and after all the samplings we could not eat lunch. Would definitely recommend this tour as it helps you find your way around the streets of Trastevere and also good recommendations of where to eat.
Awesome! Fab guide -- Daniele was so fun. Delicious food, wonderful area to walk around and enjoy and something we'll tell all our friends to do when they visit Rome! We loved it was a small tour in our case personal for just the two of us versus larger tours similiar in nature we ran into. Such fun! You won't regret going on this tour.
The tour was wonderful! All the food was delicious and our guide Andrea was very friendly and engaged, and clearly very passionate about food.
Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and tailored it to our small group of 3. Jennifer, our guide, showed us stores frequented by locals. The availability of cooked foods as well as deli shops, artisanal olive oil, balsamic vinegar and the oldest bakery in the area was delicious and impressive. Farmers market was still open at noon and tasted fresh mozzarella with sweet tomatoes. Along the way Jennifer pointed out historical sites.
FUN, FUN, FUN!!!! It is very hard not to love the Roman cuisine, Visiting the small shops, family owned for generations, and learning the history of Roman specialties makes eating that cuisine that much more satisfactory. We visited 5 or 6 different establishments and were treated to 10-12 tastings - cheese, meats, olive oil, pastry, gelato, you name it. Just delicious and enough to satisfy us for dinner. Our tour guide Jennifer lives in Trastevere and knows the neighborhood and food like only a resident can. She was superb!
Our guide Jennifer was a delight. Very knowledgable and took us to interesting places we probably would not have found or taken the time to visit on our own. We ate and sample many delicacies. The Jewish bakery in the Jewish Quarter served a hot pastry that we consider to be one of the best things we've ever tasted. Jennifer filled us in on lots of the culture, way of life, and history as she lead us from one delicious place to another.
We had so much fun. Andreas was so informative and actually took us 'off tour' to show us some of the local sights. The food was good and we felt we had a true Roman food experience. At the end of our stay we wanted to find time to revisit the Gelato shop because we couldn't find any better in Rome!
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