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Bergamo: 3.5-Hour Traditional Food Tour

1. Bergamo: 3.5-Hour Traditional Food Tour

Discover the gastronomic culture of Bergamo on this delicious 3-hour food tour. Discover delicacies from both parts of the town — Bergamo Alta and Bergamo Bassa. Accompanied by a local foodie guide, indulge in the rich flavors and delicate scents incorporated in your secret menu. Dine within the walls of the Città Alta. Your food journey will take you from the origins of Lombardy's culinary traditions to the contemporary Bergamo food scene of today. The tastings on offer depend on the availability, season, and the chef's choices. Some of the possible tastings on this tour include Bergamasco, a traditional aperitivo composed of toasted bread slides with local garnish accompanied by a glass of locally sourced Valcalepio red wine; Casoncelli Pasta filled with different stuffings; Foaide, a traditional Sunday pasta dish in the Bergamo area; Polenta with lard and cheese; and grilled handmade bread with taleggio cheese. You can also try typical stracciatella gelato and enjoy an Italian espresso coffee – the only way to end a meal in Italy.

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4.0 / 5

based on 1 reviews

The best part of our food tour was our guides, Georgia and Alberto, who were everything you could wish for, with lots of anecdotes and history to share. The food at the first stop was quite good: local sausage and cheese with a glass of red wine. The pasta and polenta stops were okay, but not great. It was a rainy day, so bowed out before the gelato stop, which would have entailed a long hike back to a place we had already passed. Our major complaint was the route. We met at the bottom of a long, long hill and promptly hiked back up: why not start in the center where the food stops were? Surely the organizers could plan a better route!

Great tour with a very friendly hostess, good food and lots of information about Bergamo and Italian food culture.

Sehr gut geführte Tour mit vielen Infos und feinen Delikatessen. Sehr empfehlenswert!