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Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori and Jewish Ghetto

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Highlights
  • Sample some of Rome's best food on a small-group walking tour
  • Enjoy local specialities such as fried artichoke and white pizza
  • Visit, learn more about Campo de’ Fiori, Trastevere, and the Jewish quarter
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Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori and Jewish Ghetto
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Overview
This small-group food walking tour of Rome ensures you’ll taste the best the city has to offer, without any guesswork. Let a guide reveal the best food spots in Trastevere, Campo de’ Fiori, and the Jewish quarter. Sample staples and stray from the beaten track with tastes of fried artichokes, gelato, cured salami, and pizza bianca (white pizza). A small group limited to 12 maintains an intimate atmosphere.
What to Expect
Meet your guide at Piazza Farnese in Rome, and stroll to the first stop of your walking tour.
At Campo de’ Fiori, home to a popular food market, hear your guide explain the function of exotic ingredients while you browse stalls overflowing with fresh Italian produce and enjoy samples.
Continue to Trastevere, a district replete with cobbled streets and traditional eateries, to visit restaurants recommended by your guide. Feast on classic Roman dishes such as pizza bianca (pizza made without tomato sauce), mozzarella cheese, and artisan gelato.
Next up is the bohemian Jewish quarter, where you’ll stop at local delicatessens to try fried artichoke and risotto balls around Piazza della Cinque Scole.
The tour concludes at Trastevere.
Reviews (539)
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Rome Food Tour

Our food tour with Antonia from Gourmetaly was fantastic! We enjoyed learning about a variety of foods and walking through historic neighborhoods. One word of advice: make sure to bring a hearty appetite to this amazing tour. We will recommend this to our friends without...More

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Gourmetaly, guida at Gourmetaly Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Dear Foodie, thank you for choosing us! Has been lovely spending some time with you, you are now a roman food expert and thank you for sharing this. have a gourmet-life! Antonia

Reviewed 4 days ago
Outstanding - The Best Food Tour We Have Ever Taken

This was by far the best food tour we have ever taken. Go hungry because you will be stuffed by the end. Antonia, our guide, personally knew each of the people in the establishments we went to. When we walked in each place was ready...More

Date of experience: February 2019
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Gourmetaly, Direttore generale at Gourmetaly Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Hi friends! thank you so much...has been great to "drive " you to the discovery of roman habits and customs . We love to pay attention to little things, as how much History and tradition artisanal gelato can hide. thank you for sharing this with...More

Reviewed 1 week ago
Amazing ;o)

We booked this tour for our group of 3 ahead of time on-line thru Trip Advisor & our guide Antonia (sorry if the spelling is wrong!) was waiting for us at the newspaper stand. She was a great historian w/a history degree and since our...More

Date of experience: February 2019
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Gourmetaly, guida at Gourmetaly Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Dear Holly, Pat & Jim, many thanks for enjoying our food tour of Rome and your nice words. I have had the priviledge to guide you to discover the history of food recipes while tasting those and this is the best way to really get...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great way to discover Roman cuisine

This tour was the perfect way to discover the Roman cuisine. We tasted great dishes and we found out a lot about local products.We had a walk from Campo de' Fiori through the Jewish Ghetto and then to Trastevere. It was very nice to discover...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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Gourmetaly, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Gourmetaly Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Dear foosies, we really love to give foodies tips about how distinguish local great food from turist-tramps, our list of selected places where to go i the next days is a really nice tool to carry on your holiday in the best way, Valeria is...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Excellent!

Took my son (17) on this tour and it was wonderful. Our guide, Clelia was great and accommodating. Some of the folks (us included) were vegetarians and she was easy able to work with the shops t make sure there was plenty of food to...More

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Gourmetaly, guida at Gourmetaly Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Dear Foodie thank you for rewiewing us! I loved stroll the city with you and your son , tasting our local recipes. please stay conncetd with our website and facebook page and send us some pics :)we love those kind regards Clelia

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Response from lisacO9679QD | Reviewed this property |
There was a glass of wine offered at each of the 2 restaurants. There was no wine offered at the gelato shop or the bakery, because they weren’t the type of establishments to serve wine.
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