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“Eating like a local.”

Gourmetaly Food Tours
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Small-Group Rome Food Walking Tour: Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori and Jewish...
Ranked #18 of 215 Food & Drink in Rome
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Owner description: There’s no better way to truly understand Rome than through your stomach. Taste your way through the Eternal City, teasing your sweet tooth with the best coffee, tiramisu, and gelato in town as well as Savoury specialties on the famous " Food Crawl Rome Tour" of Campo de Fiori, Jewish ghetto and Trastevere. Guided by a local food connoisseur, your small group of no more than 12-15 people will check out the best of the best during the Espresso & Gelato Tour of Rome. Combining Italy’s famous coffee, gelato, pizza, trattorias, local restaurants and groceries with the sweets and specialties that have become recognizable the world over, these personalized tours will take you to the city’s most renowned coffee shops, gelaterias, and food stores beloved by locals.A relaxed walking tour will bring you through a number of Roman neighborhoods, igniting all of your senses as you learn how to properly order an Italian coffee before stopping in for gelato and tiramisu tastings, or a pizza, why local people eat that style and how to optimize your staying in Italy. Along the way, your guide will teach you about Italian culinary habits and will introduce you to a number of culinary specialties found in local shops. You will also find out about seasonal events and food festivals taking place at the time of your tour.During this sweet excursion, combine your love for food with your passion for Rome! Gourmetaly organizes also private foodie events, Gourmet dinners with paired wines, wine tastings, cooking classes, gelato classes and concerts with wines.
Washington
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“Eating like a local.”
Reviewed November 6, 2013

Francesca was a fabulous guide. Passionate about her home town and the food.
We had the mozzarella di bufala, piazza Blanca with mortadella. Delicious gelato in Trastevere; try the donkey milk sorbet...delish! It was the perfect walking tour and food tour on a sunny October day.

Visited October 2013
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“Authentic food and fun on foot”
Reviewed October 21, 2013

How much fun could it be to walk around in Rome with a Roman guide (Valeria) to introduce and explain some of her favouirite local food experiences? Starting in Piazza Farnese by the newspaper kiosk we went to; cool bakeries, local specialty shops, norceina (pork shops), Jewish ghetto specialities, pasta serving then finishing with gelato. All the time reveling in the local history along the way. The walk was easy paced and fairly level with regular breaks to taste something else. We learned so much about the Roman interpretation of food and also mined excellent information to follow up on later for other meals getting suggestions for other authentic restaurants. Valeria was just awesome!

Visited October 2013
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Bergamo, Italy
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“Entertaining and delicious...a must do!”
Reviewed October 20, 2013

I can not think of a better way to start exploring Rome that Gourmetaly’s Food Crawl Tour. Our guide, Daniella, did a wonderful job of explaining not only the history of the food we tasted at each stop, but the history of the area and of Rome and Romans in general. You could tell she had a real passion for food and good flavors. Of course the food was wonderful… cheeses, salami, suppli, pasta and gelato….but the personal care and feeling that you were walking along the streets with not only a guide, but a friend made it a great, intimate experience. Plus, it was nice to do this tour at the beginning of our trip. We learned a lot about the local foods and were able to look for and try them at various restaurants throughout our trip.
I would recommend the evening tour. Yes, it is too late to see the food market at that time, but walking the streets in the early evening and basically eating a delicious, multi-course meal is well worth it. Plus, it ends in the Trastevere area which has great, local nightlife. Besides, you will want to return to visit some of the spots (and eat more) then next day and you can see the market on your own then.

Visited October 2013
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Henderson, Nevada
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“Yum”
Reviewed October 10, 2013

We were so glad that we did this tour the first night in Rome. Our guide, Valeria, was very knowledgeable and charming. We experienced samples of food that we would never have tried. We even went back to a few of the places two days later. One of our very favorite tours.

Visited October 2013
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“food tour”
Reviewed October 6, 2013

Food and small slice of..history and pizza. Thoroughly enjoyed it, Valeria was very informative and good fun, walking around the campo di fiore market, the jewish ghetto etc. Simply Brilliant

Visited September 2013
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