Enjoy an gastronomic educational walk with a Professional Local Guide downtown Naples, the cultural heartbeat of the city, where the spontaneous expressions of the Neapolitans take place.Taste the typical Neapolitan food such as the famous "pizza a portafoglio", the “frittatina”, the mozzarella cheese, a bagful of fried fish, the delicious sausages with vegetables, typical desserts like “sfogliatella” and “ rhum babà”, taste some the best wine in the region, have a strong Neapolitan Expresso and much more...Walk through a grid alleys existing since the V century BC, admire ancient monuments, meet market traders restaurants and shops owners, and hear of their passion, creativity and gusto for foodstuff.
- Meet the Guide in central Piazza del Plebiscito, start your food tasting with a typical Neapolitan espresso and buy, according to our tradition, a "suspended coffee" to offer it to those who cannot afford it.- Have then a walk to the Spanish quarters, via Roma and Galleria Umberto and stop at a typical Neapolitan bakery to eat two of the iconic pastries of the city, the rhum babà.- Visit the Pignasecca Market, a picturesque market held between the alleys of the city where fish meet and fresh vegetables are sold every day. Here youll’ taste the delightful salsicce e friarielli, sausages with vegetables, and will taste the cuoppo, a bagful of fried fish from the bay.- Go to Piazza Dante and walk through Via dei Tribunali, the street of the most famous pizzerias in Naples. Have a taste of the so-called pizza a portafoglio, pizza fritta or the frittatina, a typical Neapolitan dish made of pasta. - Come down to St Gregorio Armeno, the street of the nativity scenes and arrive at Piazza St. Domenico Maggiore for a taste a typical dessert called "Sfogliatella".- End your visit at Piazza del Gesù next to the churches of Gesù and St Chiara.