This tour is a wonderful alternative way to visit Rome and is perfect for all foodies! With this private 3 hour tour you will learn about the history of Rome's medieval districts and Jewish Quarter whilst also exploring Roman food culture at the Campo dei Fiori market. All food tastings will be included with tasty breads, oils, pizza bread, and gelato available to you.
You will meet your private guide at 9am in front of the Farnese Palace to start your tour. From there, you will walk with them through medieval cobblestone alleys and stop at the local market of Campo dei Fiori. In the area of Campo de Fiori you will spend about 2 hours tasting different types of olive oil, balsamic vinegar, traditional Italian gelato (ice cream) or pastries. You will be able to go to a traditional bakery called “Forno” where delicious crispy pizza is made in the Roman style with amazing toppings made of premium natural ingredients. The last stop on this tour you will go to the Jewish district, situated in the Rione Sant’Angelo borough near the river Tiber where you will spend roughly 1 hour. The Jewish Quarter was established in 1555 and today is one of the most picturesque areas of Rome with its medieval cobblestone alleys. In the Jewish district you will also see the remains of the Portico of Octavia dating back to 27 BC where Emperor Augustus had it built in honor of her sister Octavia. This private tour is the perfect mixture of Italian history, architecture, and culture for those looking for a slightly different tour of Rome.