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", the “frittatina”, the mozzarella cheese, a bagful of fried fish, the delicious sausages with vegetables, typical desserts like “sfogliatella” and “ ron 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 ron 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.