Private Street Food Tour in Campo dei Fiori and Jewish Ghetto

Food, Wine & Nightlife in Italy

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Enjoy a 3-hour guided walking tour in Rome enriched by a tasting of typical and genuine Italian food guided by a specialized local guide. On this tour you will taste some of the best dishes of the "Eternal City" and walk in one of the most charming and familiar historic neighborhoods of Rome.This culinary adventure begins in the so-called square "Campo de 'Fiori". Here you can eat the typical slice of pizza called "pizza al taglio" in the most popular bakery of the city and taste the mozzarella cheese.You will also visit the famous squares admiring its history and monuments; we will finally reach the nearby Jewish Ghetto where we will take you to a renowned local winery to enjoy a glass of red wine along with a selection of local cold cuts.You will end your visit to a well-known restaurant in the Jewish quarter and visit this historic and popular district.
- Meeting point at Campo de 'Fiori, near the fountain. In the famous food market, where the stalls are full of fresh vegetables, meats and cheeses, you can take the opportunity to admire all kinds of spices and fruit.- Visit the open-air market of Campo de 'Fiori with spices and fruit of all kinds and tasting of the typical slice of Italian pizza called "Pizza al taglio". Cheese factory for mozzarella tasting.- Visit of Piazza Navona and then Piazza Farnese.- Arrival at Piazza Mattei with a visit to the Fountain of the Turtles and tasting of San Daniele ham and local red wine in a local winery.- Visit to the Portico d'Ottavia and the Teatro di Marcello.- Stop in one of the best restaurants in the Jewish Ghetto with a taste of pasta and the typical "Carciofo alla Giudia" (hartichok) made according to the famous Jewish recipe.- End of the visit to Piazza Giudìa and a taste of desserts made with ricotta and coconut.

What’s included

  • - Guidance and assistance for the entire duration of the tour - Food tasting

What’s not included

  • - Transport
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