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Foodie Delight: Food Tours in Rome

This tour is all about Italian food! It can take place along different itineraries depending on your preference and the opening times of markets and shops we visit, but each itinerary includes 5 tastings: 

supplì, pizza, coffee (or similar), cheese and salami platter with a glass of wine, gelato. 

The tastings can be varied to suit your preferences (vegetarian, gluten-free etc.).

Duration: 2 ½ – 3 hours

Difficulty: 1/3

Accessibility: since the food tour can be done in different areas of the city, following multiple itineraries, I’ll be happy to advise the best options for mobility-challenged visitors

Focus: Lifestyle, Food

Price: starts at 270,00 € + tastings

Italian food is considered to be among the best in the world. It has become very much part of the eating habits in most countries: your everyday life is dotted with espresso, cappuccino, latte, pizza, prosciutto, mozzarella, spaghetti – all of which are quintessentially Italian.

But did you know the so-called Mediterranean diet, that is the kind of food typical of the countries around the Mediterranean Sea has even been included by Unesco in the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity?

The reasons are it has proven to be particularly healthy, as well as conducive to environment-friendly practices and it has a high potential in bringing together people of all ages and conditions. According to Unesco, “The Mediterranean diet emphasizes values of hospitality, neighbourliness, intercultural dialogue and creativity, and a way of life guided by respect for diversity”.

And, let’s face it: Italian food in Italy usually tastes way better than somewhere else. How’s that? Simply because Italian food is based mostly on a huge variety of regional delicacies and fresh ingredients, and that’s not easy to reproduce anywhere else. And, besides, the atmosphere of an Italian market, a small winery or a shop filled floor to ceiling with hundreds of different kinds of cheese is quite unique!

The first thing to know when starting a food tour is: there’s no such thing as “Italian cuisine”. In Italy, each region has its own, very distintive food.

Italy is a rather small country in terms, but it boast an incredible variety of edible vegetal and animal species, as well as different climates. Much more than on big producers, Italian agriculture relies on a huge number of small suppliers, who continue to grow the same kind of vegetables and fruit typical of their region, that they have been growing for centuries.

Short: biodiversity is key. That’s why each kind of Italian regional food is so amazingly diverse.

On our food tour, I love to share my knowledge and passion about all food Italian, unveiling the secrets on how mozzarella is made, why some pizza tastes so much better than other, how many different ways there are to enjoy Italian coffee, and what makes gelato different from ice-cream.

The tour can take place in different areas of the city, depending on your preference, and on opening times of markets and shops that are part of the tour. In each itinerary you will have the opportunity to sample several different tastings: for example, supplì or other typical street food, pizza, coffee (or similar), a cheese and salami platter with a glass of wine, gelato. The tastings can be varied to suit your preferences (vegetarian, gluten-free etc.). So, just bring your appetite, and let's go!

Duration of tour Up to 4 people
Up to 3 hours 270,00 EUR
+ each additional person over 18 years of age

+ food tastings

40,00 EUR

not included, as they can be completely adapted to your preferences!

  • For larger groups and families, I’ll be happy to send you a quote. 
  • The tour rate includes your private guided tour.
  • Transportation to the starting point, tastings and gratuities not included in above rates. Headsets are not included (only needed with 6+ people).
  • Please note that we reserve the right to vary the prices shown on this website at any time before you book (during Bank Holidays, National Holidays, Christmas Holidays, Easter Holidays, or last minute bookings). 

You will be advised of the current price at the time of booking. Once you have booked we will not increase your tour price other than for changes in VAT or any other Venues or Government imposed levy. 

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