Meet your guide in Rome’s Piazza Campo de' Fiori, and start your food tour of the Trevi district. Historical monuments and upscale eateries fill this buzzing quarter, tucked beside the River Tiber.
Learn about Rome’s history and cuisine, and see landmarks including the Spanish Steps, Pompey Theatre, Marcus Aurelius Column and Piazza Navona. Plus, throw a coin into the Trevi Fountain to ensure your return to Rome, and visit the 2nd-century Roman Pantheon.
On route, enjoy at least seven food stops to sample various specialities. A hub for visitors and many Italian government buildings, the area abounds with restaurants and bars, alongside sophisticated delicatessens, coffee roasters, chocolatiers, salami makers, wine shops, and ice cream parlors.
Tastings vary on each tour, but expect to try delicacies like silky prosciutto, gelato, pizza, cheeses, wines, and more. As you eat, chat to the vendors to learn more about each dish. Come hungry, as the tastings will easily replace lunch.
Roam the food market at Campo de' Fiori, where the stalls sell fresh produce and goodies, and hear your guide’s tips for restaurants and sights in the city.
After four hours, your tour concludes in the Trevi district.