Visit the most picturesque district of Rome, Trastevere, and eat delicious local specialties with a top-rated local guide.
- Adult 18+
- Child 4-17
- Infant 0-3
Rome street food tour with a local market visit
Join us on a three-hour taste sensation. Take this opportunity to immerse yourself in Rome’s street food scene, where you can sample zucchini flowers, suppli, pastries and pizza whilst enjoying the magnificent sights of ancient Rome.
You meet your guide in one of Rome’s most famous market squares, Campo de’ Fiori. Here you are introduced to some of the local food vendors at their market stalls, and you can sample cheese, cured meats, wine and seasonal fruits amongst other delicacies.
We next head towards the Jewish Ghetto and Theatre of Pompey to see the remains of several ancient Roman buildings as well as Rome’s synagogue. You get to sample some of Rome’s best pizza as well as suppli — a traditional street food made by frying a ball of rice that has tomatoes and mozzarella at its centre.
We continue the tour with a visit to the area known as Torre di Lago Argentina, where Julius Caesar was assassinated, now perhaps better known for the city’s best gelateria. This is a family-run business, and you hear some of the secrets to making gelato and of course sample some of the wonderful flavours.
You can choose to take this tour at lunchtime or dinner time. It is an ideal way to dine and sightsee at the same time in this marvelous city!
Campo de’ Fiori Market – Rome’s most famous food market
Jewish Ghetto – Great food and ancient ruins
Piazza Navona – Bernini’s Four Rivers’ Fountain
Pantheon – Rome’s best-preserved ancient temple
Pompey Theatre – The first stone theatre of the city
Largo Argentina – Where Caesar was assassinated
Piazza dell Minerva – Where Galileo was trial
Italy Senate House – The old Medici Palace
- Top-rated local guide
- Food tasting
- Map of the city
- Drinks (but you can buy wine, beer or soft drinks on site)
- Hotel pick-up
- On summer days, wear a hat and comfortable shoes. Do not forget also to bring a camera to take pictures of the great sites you will see.
- Do not eat breakfast before the tour, and come hungry.
- Bring a bottle of water with you that you can refill from the beautiful and fresh fountains of Rome with great drinkable water.