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Rome Food Tour by Sunset around Prati District

  • Go beyond tourist menus on an authentic food-and-walking tour of Rome 
  • Explore the traditional neighborhood of Prati for a more local experience
  • Sample up to 20 Roman specialties and receive restaurant recommendations 
Rome Food Tour by Sunset around Prati District
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Prati night tour 5:20pmMost Popular
This 4-hour evening walking tour takes place in the foodie neighborhood of Rome. You will be offered the best food, wine and local produce Rome has to offer, with over 20 food tastings.
From $104.26
Prati night tour 6:15pm
This 4-hour evening walking food tour is the best way to understand Rome like a local. Enjoy a unique experience to allow all your senses to come alive as we expose the real Rome.
From $98.47
Prati night tour 4:30pm
This 4-hour evening walking food tour is the best way to understand Rome like a local. Enjoy a unique experience to allow all your senses to come alive as we expose the real Rome.
From $98.47

Stray from the beaten path and visit eateries favored by Romans on a food-and-walking tour of the Prati neighborhood. While sampling up to 20 local delicacies, some of which you might miss if exploring independently, you’ll explore the area at sunset and see Rome at daylight and dusk. Plus, a small group limited to 13 means you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide throughout.

What to Expect

Your small-group evening walking tour begins at Cipro Metro Station in the Prati district, where you’ll greet your guide.

In the traditional Italian way, you’ll awaken your palate with fresh buffalo mozzarella and other aperitivo, accompanied by a glass of wine.

The next stop is one of Rome’s most celebrated pizzerias, Pizzarium. Sample multiple flavors made by the “Michelangelo of Pizza,” Gabriele Bonci, perhaps prosciutto with fig, zucchini, and ricotta, or scamorza with spinach.

Next you’ll visit the Paciotti family’s gourmet food shop, where you’ll taste truffles, cured meat, aged balsamic vinegar, and specialty cheeses, and have another glass of vino.

Continue on to the award-winning restaurant XBacchus to feast on traditional pasta and wine before ending at an artisanal gelateria. After receiving more restaurant recommendations from your guide, you’ll bid farewell in at Via Lione IV next to the Vatican main metro.

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Reviews (544)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
A Fun and tasty learning experience!

First off, Ask for Jess Rojas. Her attitude is infectious and her love for her city and culture was evident from the way she greeted us when we arrived. She made everyone feel welcome and included. Her knowledge of wines and cheeses made me think...More

Thank Anthony P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
The Best Foodie Tour We had Experienced - Highly Recommended!

We were six in our group from the US and Canada, having no idea what we were going to experience. We were introduced by Morgan Bennett who took us on the Food Tour and explained all the venues with its historical background and preparation. During...More

1  Thank 2inspirepotential
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fun and informative

Our guide was very knowledgeable and spoke great English. Learned a lot about Italian cheeses and dried meats.

Thank m0therteresa
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
An outstanding exprience?

We (38 yo couple) had a fantastic time with Jess on this tour! We learned a lot about the specific food and the places we ate at, but also about the food culture in Italy etc. All five stops on this evening tour were amazing!...More

Thank Ulitsky
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Highly recommended for foodies!

Delicious, informative and enjoyable! I stayed 40 days in Italia, and I've had one of the best pizzas and gelatos from this tour. I also enjoyed walking through the Prati area, an Upper West Side-like modern neighborhood in Rome, after getting a bit tired of...More

Thank skiola .
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Kayley B
November 27, 2018|
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Response from Anthony P | Reviewed this property |
The first 3 stops were all with a 5 minute walk of each other. The last 4th stop was about a 10-12 minute walk with the last one about 5 minutes form that.
October 10, 2018|
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Response from Shanna L | Reviewed this property |
Not a good tour with a young child and a baby. Sorry! There is lots of wine etc. It is a small group experience so it would affect the others on the tour. Shanna
September 19, 2018|
Response from Leon B | Reviewed this property |
I am sorry I cannot advise anyone on this matter. An approach to the company direct would seem to be the best advice I can offer.