Taste some of the finest traditional Italian foods on offer in Rome on a guided walking tour of the city’s historic center. Sample pizza and pasta, and Italian hams, wines, and cheeses, and finish off with some refreshing Sicilian gelato.
What to Expect
Head to a delightful little café at the Piazza Navona to soak up the atmosphere and taste Italian cappuccino or espresso that’s been brewed to perfection. Then you’ll be ready to try 2 types of the best pizza in Rome.
Your personal guide for this 3-hour tour will tell you about the history of the square and the historic areas you visit, such as the Jewish ghetto, Campo dei Fiori, and Trastevere (depending on the day and the weather).
Continue on your walk to a shop that specializes in supplì, which are fried risotto balls. Then, for a change of pace, explore the popular vegetable market at Campo Dei Fiori.
See the world-famous Roman ruins, Isola island, and many other attractions.
Sample 2 typical Roman pasta dishes, including carbonara, at a small restaurant in the old Jewish quarter. Enjoy the finest Italian hams, salamis, and cheeses near the Roman Bridge, a secret place only known by locals.
The tour ends with some real Sicilian gelato in the popular Trastevere neighborhood - and there is a delicious secret dish waiting for you as well!
Note that the itinerary is subject to change, based on the availability of the locations and on the weather.
- Espresso and cappuccino
- 2 different types of homemade pizza
- Fried risotto balls
- 2 typical Roman pastas, including carbonara
- Italian ham, salami, and mortadella
- Fine Italian wines
- Italian cheeses (Parmigiano Reggiano)
- Real Sicilian gelato
- Bottle of water
- Mystery dish