Meet your guide on Tiber Island and stroll to Trastevere, Rome's artsy neighborhood where ivy-clad cafes and restaurants spill onto the streets. Rome's answer to Greenwich Village, Trastevere comes alive in the early evening: You'll see a mix of aperitivo-sipping locals and curious tourists as you stroll.
While some tourists might not know where to go, you'll have the help of a guide to introduce you to the district's best eateries. Sample pizza, pasta, street food, and antipasti, and lick your fingers as you nibble pastries from an artisan baker.
The tour isn't all about food though. As you walk, you'll hear stories about Trastevere history and discover landmarks, such as Piazza Trilussa, the Basilica di Santa Maria, and more.