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

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

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Reviewed 2 days ago
Even better than expected

We have done many food tours in multiple different countries and this one was the best! We stopped in several different locations and tasted different kinds of food. The Jewish Ghetto was such a treat. Learning the history was such a bonus. Our guide was...More

Thank Lisa S
Reviewed 6 days ago
Excellent tour

Valeria was very knowledgeable and enthusiatic about Rome's food. It was fun hearing about the various foods from an expert.

Thank fredmX2057UJ
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great food education

My husband and I did this tour 2 nites ago w/Melanie. It was great! Food was good, and the background information was even better. Melanie has a chef background, which adds to the experience. Love Ponte Gelato! Highly recommend this tour.

1  Thank estee808
Reviewed 1 week ago
Wonderful food tour and guide

Thoroughly enjoyed Valeria’s food tour. The food “samples” were wonderful, the guide was informative and entertaining and the itinerary was just what I was looking for. I especially enjoyed the way Valeria wove interesting bits of interdisciplinary content into the tour: history, archeology, world events,...More

Thank Passenger76524
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
A Great Sample of Roman Cuisine

A well-designed tour to expose us to the highlights of traditional Roman cuisine - "risotto balls", zucchini flowers, artichokes, spaghetti carbinara, buccatini alla amatriciana, etc. Valeria was a terrific guide combining her background in archeology with her food knowledge and appreciation. Great exposure to Trastavere,...More

1  Thank joe s
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Response from joe s | Reviewed this property |
Ours was 3 to 3 1/2 hours at a perfect pace! Never rushed but moving steadily between stops, and stopping regularly at historical points of reference.