Tours and Tickets by The Roman Food Tour
Rome Food Tour by Sunset around Prati District
Stray from the beaten path and visit eateries favored by Romans on a food-and-walking tour of the Prati neighborhood. While sampling a variety of local delicacies, some of which you might miss if exploring independently, 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.
The Roman Food tour in Trastevere 5pm start
Dive into the flavors of Italy on a food tour that includes a dynamic array of tastings at local-favorite eateries throughout Rome’s Trastevere neighborhood. Following a guide enables you to take in the surroundings without worrying about navigation or where to go next. Plus, in addition to navigating the streets, your guide also helps you navigate the potentially confusing menu options so you can learn to order what you want.
Food and wine Tour featuring a private rooftop view of the Trevi Fountain
Combine food, wine, and history in one half-day walking tour in the center of Rome. Learn about Italian wine at a rooftop bar overlooking the Trevi Fountain and enjoy seven tastings including Barolo and Amarone. Taste a variety of Italian meats and cheeses at Antica Salumeria and explore the Pantheon, one of Rome’s most famous historical buildings.
Trionfale Market Foodie Tour in Rome
Rome is known for its rich food culture, but with so many options it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Get off the tourist path on this walking and eating tour, which allows you to visit some of the city's best culinary locations without the hassle of navigating or researching where to go. Meet some of Rome’s traditional food artisans, stroll through the city’s buzzing food markets, and sample Roman specialties such as pizza, cannoli, and fresh pasta. Between bites, your guide details the history, architecture, and untold stories that define Rome.
Rome sunset vineyard visit, lakeside dinner with minibus transportation
Escape Rome for the day and explore Castel Gandolfo on a small-group tour. With all transportation provided, there's no need to rent a car and you can enjoy the scenery on the journey. Learn about wine production at the Castel de Paulis Vineyard, where you'll taste some of the vintages accompanied by cheese and prosciutto. Continue on to a lunch at a local restaurant overlooking Lake Albano, returning to Rome by train later.
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Krysia A wrote a review Jul 7
Naples, Italy1 contribution
This was such a great tour! Francesca was so knowledgable and welcoming, she easily made us feel like family as she gave explained the many Italian delights. This tour includes places that I would not have ventured to without a local. Everything was delicious! I highly recommend…
Date of experience: July 2020
Jose G wrote a review Jul 5
Lisa K wrote a review Jun 2020
Province of Verona, Italy35 contributions8 helpful votes
This was the best tour I had during my stay in Rome! Jess was an enthusiastic guide with an incredible amount of knowledge about Roman foods. I loved visiting the neighborhoods and learning about the ways of Romans. And the amount of food and wine provided was over-the-top! I…
Date of experience: June 2020
wanderingmillenial24 wrote a review Jun 2020
Fort Worth, Texas93 contributions26 helpful votes
Review of: The Roman Food tour in Trastevere 5pm start
What a great tour! We were the first tour after a long hiatus do to recent restrictions and had a great experience. Our guide Jess was so friendly and so happy to be sharing her passion again with hungry travelers. She had so much good information and we were soaking it all in.…
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Brian H wrote a review Jun 2020
During COVID 19 ‘lockdown’ we decided to have a five day ‘virtual’ holiday in Rome with our very good friends Janet and Cliff. We researched virtual walking tours and planned an itinerary for every day and menus of Italian food and wine. We discovered that we could do an online…
Date of experience: June 2020