Discover ancient Rome and the old Jewish ghetto with a local expert guide. Taste some favorite local specialties as you walk along the narrow alleyways and back streets around Piazza Navona. Enjoy pastries and coffee and the taste of some popular wines.
What to Expect
After meeting your local guide in Largo Torre Argentina, the focal point of Rome’s historic center, you’ll head into the old Jewish ghetto, one of the oldest Jewish districts in the world.
Explore the alleys where the fish market was once located and stop for a colazione, or breakfast, of cappuccino and a cornetto, and taste some sweet Jewish specialties at an old shop.
At the end of your visit to the Jewish district, your 4-hour itinerary continues to the medieval streets of Ponte and Campo de Fiori, where one of Rome’s historic and most picturesque markets was held. Today the district is famous for its dynamic nightlife.
Crossing Corso Vittorio Emanuele, the road that was built as a quick link between the historical city center and the new middle-class neighborhoods along the Tiber, you’ll head to Piazza Navona.
In the Ponte district, you’ll taste 2 typical Roman street food specialties (with drinks), and then relax in an elegant and cozy bistro with a glass of local wine.
Stop at a local pasticceria (pastry shop), before heading to the Pantheon area and its famous restaurants. Enjoy an iced coffee before the tour ends in Largo Torre Argentina.
Your guide will provide some special tips to help you make the most of your Roman evening ahead.
- Food tasting
- Wine tasting
- Local expert guide