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Savor old-fashioned Roman cuisine in ancient surroundings
Make the most of the whole weekend in Rome by taking a Sunday food tour where you can eat your way through the ancient city center and discover some of Rome’s most important sights along the way. Stop in at local restaurants and bakeries, as well as pastry shops where you will watch sweet delicacies made on the spot. Discover the history of the oldest Jewish community in Europe dating back to the Roman Empire, who were confined by the papacy to live in the Ghetto from 1555. Try iconic Jewish-Roman dishes like fried artichokes, and learn how they developed and influenced the local cuisine. Finish this moveable feast with a gelato making demo at a local institution. Join us for a glimpse – and more than just a taste! – of Rome’s flavorful culinary history in one of its oldest and most delicious food neighborhoods.
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TOUR HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE
Eating Italy’s Foodie Guide To Rome
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Good to know
The price includes all 10 food tastings, and an always entertaining and personable English speaking guide. You’ll also receive our Food Lovers’ Guide to Rome: a printed guide full of insider’s tips about where to eat in the Italian capital, as well as details about each of our tour stops.
Transportation to and from the food tour is not included, and we are unable to arrange this for you. Detailed information for how to arrive to the meeting point will be provided at time of booking. At the end of the food tour, our guides are always more than happy to call a taxi for you or point you in the right direction.
WHAT TO BRING
Please bring a bottle of water or you can purchase one at the meeting point. While the area is quite flat, we recommend you wear comfortable walking shoes and if rain is forecast, bring an umbrella as we will be outside for most of the tour.
The food tour takes place in the Jewish Ghetto a 10 minute walk from sights such Piazza Novona and Piazza Venezia. It ends not far from the meeting point and we can point you towards public transport or call you a taxi.
This tour runs every Sundays except National Holiday weekends such as Christmas and Easter and is closed for around 2 weeks in August. If the Historic Rome Sunday Tour is showing as fully booked or unavailable, try one of our other fantastic tours in Rome: Vatican Food & Drink Tour, Italian Wine & Food Pairing Class, Rome Wine & Food Stroll, Testaccio Supper Stroll, Taste of Testaccio Food Tour, Trastevere for Foodies, Twilight Trastevere Food Tour.
Cancellations made 2 weeks prior to the scheduled tour date are fully refundable. Our food tours run regardless of weather conditions – rain, hail or shine!
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