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Rome Food Walking Tour

Highlights
  • Insider culinary tour of Rome's lesser-visited Testaccio neighborhood
  • Learn about the neighborhood's hidden gems and culinary history 
  • Enjoy food tastings of authentic gelato, pasta, and regional specialties
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Rome Food Walking Tour
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Rome Food Walking Tour, departing at 11:15am
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Overview

Go on a food tour of Rome's Testaccio neighborhood, an area many travelers miss out on. You’ll enjoy nine tastings of regional cuisine including pasta, gelato, cheese, and pastries. With a foodie guide to show you the way, you'll visit hidden gems in Rome's culinary epicenter, meet local proprietors, and learn about secret Roman recipes. Plus, go home with a food guidebook to assist with further culinary travels. 

What to Expect
Choose a tour time that suits your schedule, and then meet your guide and group at the designated location in Rome's Testaccio neighborhood. It’s the city’s epicenter of food culture, which many travelers and tour groups seem to overlook.

Stop by shops and restaurants that serve authentic Roman food. Visit a bakery for a local treat, and then peruse a food market where you’ll learn how to pick out the best quality produce. You’ll also learn how to make bruschetta and sample some buffalo mozzarella. Other stops include chances to taste gelato, Italian cheese, fresh pasta, wine, and suppli, a fried rice ball.

Your guide will tell you about the neighborhood’s history, culinary and otherwise. Stop at the Protestant cemetery, burial place of John Keats, and see one of the city's only pyramids.

Return to your starting point and go home with a food guidebook to use on the rest of your stay.
Reviews (905)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
One of the highlights of an excellent trip

My wife and I had a great time walking and eating our way through Trastevere with Domenico Scola as our guide. It was a definite highlight of an outstanding all around vacation. Domenico provided us many insights into the local cuisine, neighborhoods, and Roman/Italian culture....More

Thank Adam F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Bravo- delicious in every way!

We met our guide, Manuela, and began a gastronomic day of delight in the Testaccio District. We tasted typical Romano pizza, had wine, charcuterie and cheese with entertainment provided by the owner, Emilio. Traditional street food, bruschetta served 3 ways, deep fried mozzarella and risotto...More

Thank Tamara H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Testaccio food & walking tour

Emma was a great tour guide. She lives in the neighbourhood and you can see how connected she is to the vendors we visited. It's a great tour with lots of tasty local food. Highlights were visiting the Testaccio market & Masto- a great wine...More

Thank Jodi B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Amazing food tour with Luca

This is an amazing tour - highly recommend to get away from the touristy food places and see local spots.

Thank petamber
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Fantastic night!!

Francesco was our guide and he was informative, enthusiastic and totally charming. I love a walking food tour as you often get to visit an area in a city off the tourist trail & try food you may not normally order yourself & learn about...More

1  Thank Kim G
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Angelinal1n
1 October 2018|
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Response from Kim G | Reviewed this property |
I did a night walking tour and it was three hours. 5.30 pm to 8.30pm. We probably stayed on for another half hour chatting as our guide Francesco was so interesting and we had a lovely group.
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esmarcum
22 July 2018|
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Response from genevieveconaway | Reviewed this property |
Our group was 5 couples with their 3 kids. We had 13 in our group which I thought was a perfect number. 21 may be a lot . Check your options on group size.
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maeranlanders
14 July 2018|
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Response from Laurie M | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure, I was searching for day time food tours. Evening food tours would definitely not include the market which is really fun and informative. Good luck.
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