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Rome: Street Food Tour with Local Guide

1. Rome: Street Food Tour with Local Guide

Tuck into Rome's iconic street food on a guided walking tour of the Jewish Quarter or Trastevere. Learn about local food with five tastings and try delicacies, such as pizza, supplì, and seasonal dishes. Choose between a tour of Trastevere or a tour of the Jewish Quarter, two of Rome's most picturesque districts with group and private tour options available. With your guide, learn about Rome’s history through its most beloved street food. If you've chosen the Trastevere tour, meet your guide on Tiber Island and soak up its unique atmosphere before entering Trastevere. Step into vibrant squares, such as Piazza Santa Maria, and indulge in popular street food, from cheesy supplì to delicious cannoli. If you've chosen the tour of the Jewish Quarter, head to the lively Campo De' Fiori square where one of the oldest open-air markets takes place every morning. Then, follow your guide to Rome's Jewish Quarter and see highlights, including the Portico of Octavia and the Turtle Fountain. Throughout both tours, enjoy five tastings with some wine and beer. Finally, make your way to an ice cream shop for a much-deserved treat. Both tours finish on a sweet note with the perfect Italian gelato.

Rome: Traditional Food Tour and Wine Tasting

2. Rome: Traditional Food Tour and Wine Tasting

Eat your way through the "Eternal City" on a guided walking tour of Rome. Feel the lively atmosphere as you make your way from Campo de’ Fiori to the Trastevere with plenty of wine and street food. Meet your guide at the perfect spot for a tour focused on food and wine, and sample a selection of artisanal salamis from Italy, paired with your first taste of the country’s fine wines. Stroll through the city center as your guide divulges its strange and wonderful history. Then, nourish yourself with some local cheese at an historic shop that sells cheeses of various Italian origins. Sample another glass of carefully selected wine and try the authentic Roman specialty of baccalà fritto (fried salted cod). Continue with a tasting of 2 other typically Roman foods: pizza "by the slice" and supplì (rice balls). Visit eateries that specialize in the production of these scrumptious treats to experience new taste sensations and unforgettable aromas. Digest all your delicious food samples on a stroll to supper in one of the coziest restaurants in the Trastevere district. Known for the quality of its food, this quarter is considered to have the best restaurants in Rome. Enjoy an exquisite Roman antipasto and 2 first courses, accompanied by 2 different Italian wines of protected production and origin. Finally, try some locally made Italian ice cream in flavors typical of a famous gelateria to complete your immersive journey into Italian cuisine.    

Rome: Highlights Vespa Tour with Coffee and Gelato

3. Rome: Highlights Vespa Tour with Coffee and Gelato

Explore Rome like a local on this guided Vespa tour. See Saint Peter's Square, the imposing Colosseum, the Tiber River, and the famous Trevi Fountain. Enjoy panoramic views, and relax with a refreshing gelato and a delicious Italian coffee. Meet your guide and drive along the quaint cobblestone streets to the Colosseum and the lesser-known Mouth of Truth. Stop to refuel with a coffee and a gelato, then continue to Palatine Hill. Enjoy views of picturesque pines and ruins of the enormous Circus Maximus. Drive past Saint Peter’s Square and the biggest church in the world, St. Peter's Basilica. See the ancient Castel Sant’Angelo, a private mausoleum for Emperor Hadrian and his family dating from the 2nd century.  Zip along the Tiber River and see the iconic Trevi Fountain. Toss a coin into the elegant Baroque pool to ensure you come back to Rome. Return to your hotel having seen all the important sights of Rome.

Rome: Pasta Perfection Cooking Class

4. Rome: Pasta Perfection Cooking Class

Get your hands doughy on a quest for pasta perfection with this hands-on cooking course and walking tour in Rome. Make traditional pasta with three sauces and a sweet tiramisu for dessert. Savor all your cooking with drinks at the end of class.  Meet your host and walk to the venue for your cooking course. Be greeted with a warm welcome and a glass of bubbly, tea, or coffee. Get to know your host a little before focusing on the food.  Start to prepare your pasta using fresh local ingredients. Use egg and flour to beat and shape fresh pasta from a simple dough. Cut your pasta into fine strips of fettuccini.  Make traditional pasta with three sauces and enjoy a sweet Tiramisu for dessert. Discover culinary methods and traditions that have been passed down through generations during the food making process.  Once the hard work is done, sit together as a group and enjoy all the wonderful food you have produced in a fine Roman meal. Listen to stories of traditional foods and the people behind them as you eat your food and sip on some alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

Rome: Trastevere Roman Food Guided Walking Tour

5. Rome: Trastevere Roman Food Guided Walking Tour

This eatery of an experience takes place in the beautiful suburb of Trastevere, a must on every visit to Rome! Known locally as a gastronomic hotpot from street food to great wines Trastevere has a lot to offer. Indulge in the Roman experience and sink into a myriad of Italian dishes, from expertly cured meats and aged cheeses to the best carbonara in town. Of course, no food tour is without a good drink and together we will also taste some exquisite wines from the Lazio region. At the end of this tour, we aim for you to have felt the buzz of Roman life in a picture

Rome Driving Tour By Vintage Fiat 500

6. Rome Driving Tour By Vintage Fiat 500

Do your sightseeing in Rome from behind the wheel of an iconic vintage Fiat 500. Drive behind your guide and take in the sights in style. Cruise past sights like the Colosseum, the Tiber river, and the Circus Maximus. Choose from a 1.5 hour tour or a 3-hour tour.  Departing from a garage just meters from the Colosseum, set off on your Roman adventure. If you don’t feel like driving, then a driver can be provided for a small surcharge. The tour is designed to reach spots that the big hop-on, hop-off buses can’t get to.  Feel like a movie star on the red carpet as you turn heads wherever you go.Be as much of an attraction as the Roman Forum and narrow streets of Trastevere from the seat of your candy-colored car.  Stop from time-to-time to take pictures of sites along your route at locations like the Arch of Constantine and Circus Maximus. Discover the secret keyhole of Aventine Hill and the charming Piazza dei Cavalieri di Malta (Piazza of the Knights of Malta). Drive along the Lungotevere, following the banks of the River Tiber. And cross into Trastevere, where the tight streets are a breeze for vehicles as small as the Fiat 500. Listen as your provides some brief insights before you head off again. Drive at a leisurely pace, never going faster than 18.5 mph (30 kmph). Vehicles even have a soft-top roof so you can enjoy the sun. Stop for a cappuccino or espresso, or one of the most incredible ice creams in Rome.

Rome: Fun Family Private Tour

7. Rome: Fun Family Private Tour

Start in an amazing church that most tourists will not know of. Admire its breathtaking frescoed ceiling and enjoy its baroque atmosphere. Try one of the great varieties of chocolates filled from a legendary chocolate shop in Rome. Contemplate the Pantheon, an architectural masterpiece the Roman emperors dedicated to their Gods. Listen to the stories your private guide has to share with you as the children search for hidden treasures in the square. Walk along Piazza Navona, the most famous and elegant Square in Rome. Admire its fountains and explore the colorful Campo Dei Fiori Market. Taste the Italian delicacies that local producers have to offer. Enjoy a slice of delicious Italian pizza. Meet the Sacred Area in Largo di Torre Argentina, the fatal spot where Julius Caesar was murdered. Explore the charming Jewish Ghetto and Cross the bridge over the river to Tiber Island, an excellent place to capture the memories of the day with a photo with your family. Explore Trastevere and taste a delicious Supplí, a traditional Roman delicacy. Try the famous 'Gelatto', while the children have fun in the playground and say goodbye to the guide.

Rome: Secret Food Tour

8. Rome: Secret Food Tour

Get an authentic Roman experience in Trastevere as you try out the local brews and learn the secret past behind this popular neighborhood. Meet fellow travelers and immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of Rome at night. Get to know your group over a few glasses of Prosecco in Campo Di Fiori. Renowned for its vibrant nightlife today, this bustling spot hides a brutal past. Expect tales of what happened to the greatest minds who got on the wrong side of the church. As darkness falls, cross the river Tiber and enter the charming cobbled streets of Trastevere. With your guide, trace the origins of this ancient neighborhood with a signature Roman cocktail. Then, make your way to a traditional restaurant and enjoy authentic Roman street food followed by some digestive alcohol. Finish your guided tour and feel free to ask your guide for recommendations on where to go next.

Rome: Foodie Walking Tour of Roman Neighborhoods

9. Rome: Foodie Walking Tour of Roman Neighborhoods

Taste your way through Rome’s fabled restaurants, bustling markets, and specialty food shops on a guided Roman food tour. Try local cuisine and visit city highlights, including Campo de Fiori, the Jewish Ghetto, and Trastevere. Your 3.5-hour walking tour takes you to some of the city’s best-loved neighborhoods to sample a variety of different delights, from gleaming, beautifully-displayed fruits and vegetables in Campo de' Fiori (for the morning option) to the artisanal gelatos of the picturesque Trastevere neighborhood. Groups are kept to no more than 15 people so that you won't miss a sip, a bite, or an expertly woven point of Roman culinary heritage as you wander through lively plazas and flower-strewn side streets. The stops include historical markets, bustling bakeries, gelaterias, and traditional restaurants where you'll share the delicious food and wines of the region. Sample pizza bianca, the legendary mid-morning snack of Rome, festooned with thin slices of savory mortadella; you'll also taste cool, flavorful gelato and expertly browned supplì: tomatoey fried rice balls stuffed with creamy morsels of mozzarella. You might even try fried codfish in the Jewish Ghetto and catch a waft of exotic spices in the Campo de' Fiori market. Through tasting, talking, savoring, and sharing, you'll learn about the culinary history of Italy, fundamental to so much of the culture's richness. You'll also get the inside scoop on any special food events taking place at the time of your visit. By the end of the tour, you'll have learned to order food in Rome like a pro and where to find the best bites in town, preparing you to eat like an emperor for the rest of your Roman holiday!

Rome: Trastevere Evening Food Tour

10. Rome: Trastevere Evening Food Tour

Start by trying a staple of Roman cuisine, pizza bianca. Sold in Roman bakeries, or "forni", these olive oil flat breads are stuffed with prosciutto and parmesan. Containing no sauce or cheese, a piece of pizza bianca is crispy and chewy culinary heaven.  Next up is street food which in Rome should not be disregarded. Some of the most delicious cuisine in Rome includes quick and casual street fare. From newer additions like deconstructed pizza sandwiches, to crispy and fluffy fried cod, Rome street food must be experienced. Stop at a local spot and see why it's such a beloved part of Roman cuisine. Following this, it will be time for dinner at a local Roman restaurant. An evening food tour in Rome isn’t complete without a stop for an authentic Roman dinner. Here you will sit down and relax in a friendly local restaurant, sampling two popular Roman pastas plus a meat dish. Wash it down with delicious wine, all included, relax, and soak up some more Roman culture over dinner. Finish your meal with a delicious limoncello. Your tour will be capped off with a visit to the best  Organic Gelato in Rome. If you've been to Italy, regardless of the time of year, you'll know how important it is to end each evening with an authentic gelato. It's a staple food for Italians, and you will learn the secret behind how to spot a good gelato from one with additives.

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What people are saying about Trastevere

Cuma our tour guide and Miko our driver did am outstanding job. They were so knowledgeable and we saw places we would never have known about but for this tour. They were so enthusiastic about their jobs. Made the trip one of the most enjoyable things we have done in Rome. Took the night tour and it’s a great way to cool off after walking around the city in the summer.

LOVED this activity on our first night in Roma. We wanted to sample many of Rome's best foods and not be limited to one unknown restaurant. Our guide led us to multiple locations and provided great information about the region, history, and the food. The food and drinks were fantastic!

Very great experience! My husband I got a good history lesson on Rome along with 5 different places of bites of food with drinks. My guide even accommodated my gluten allergy. Highly recommend!

An absolutely must for everyone that likes food and history. Loved that we walked around and our guide had so much knowledge about the history and food. So fun.

Excellent food and drink. Our tour guide was very knowledgable and friendly. Thank you!