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22 Best Food Tours in Florence

Florence, the cradle of the Renaissance and the heart of Tuscany, has long been a dream destination for lovers of art, history, and, of course, food. The city is renowned for its delectable culinary tradition, and what better way to explore it than through the lens of a local expert.

Indeed, joining the guided food tour in Florence offers a bite into the city's rich gastronomic heritage. 

You'll love to wander the streets of Florence while tasting amazing local food and drinks. Stops on the tours include locals trattorias, pizzerias, passticerias, wine shops and food markets, lively places with a variety of seasonal produce.

Local trattorias cook the best ribollita and pappa al pomodoro or bistecca fiorentina (Florentine steak) while from eateries you can grab schiacciata (Tuscany foccacia) or lampredotto panini (sandwich with cow's stomach). Sample a slice or prosciutto or salami or a bite of cheese on almost every Florence food tour.

A perfect ending to any food tour includes having a gelato or cantucci cookies (dipped into Vin Santo).

Whether you are a serious gourmand or a curious fellow, remember you've got a variety of of options. So, pick your best food tour in Florence and savour the magic of Tuscan specialities.

A must try tour for foodies is this morning tour, on which you'll sample Tuscan food right from where it starts: the local market. Fresh vegetables, artisan bread, aged cheese and wine will give you a taste of authentic Florence. Next, you'll head to other places to taste more dishes.

If you are seeking for more intimate experience, opt for a private tour that takes you to must-see local hot spots to taste mouthwatering food.

For those who want to spend a great night eating delicious food in a nice company, this food tour of Oltrarno district (with seated dinner) is a good choice.

If you are more into drop of wine, choose this wine experience that takes you through the streets of Florence to taste Tuscan wines along tasty snacks.

Meat lovers will love an experience of preparing and eating Florentine steak at local restaurant. Those who has a sweet tooth will love this coffee and sweet tour to taste some delicious cookies, chocolates, coffee and gelato.

You will find food tours that can be customised for vegetarians (for example this one) as well as those for vegans.

If you are more into drop of wine, choose this wine experience that takes you through the streets of Florence to taste Tuscan wines along tasty snacks.

This half-day trip transport you to the stunning countryside for enjoy amazing views of vineyards and olive groves and visiting wine cellars to taste famous wines (dinner is included).

We highly recommend food tours for anyone seeking to explore the gastronomic wonders of Florence and Tuscany. Take you tour in the beginning of your visit to get to know the places to eat later on during your stay.

Browse through the tours we listed below to find the one that best suits you. Also, be sure to book well in advance to secure your spot on desired date and time.

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Hand-picked Florence food tours:

1. Florence walking food tour (Secret Food Tours)

Some useful info: The tour meets in the historic centre of Florence every day at 10am (and lasts 3 hours); private option is available which is more expensive but you'll have your guide just for yourself!

๐Ÿ‘‰ Join this unique food tour

On this morning tour your guide will take you beyond touristy areas of Florence to hear stories about local food and history. 

You'll visit a variety of places and taste delicious local food such as schiacciata (florentine focaccia), lampredotto, cheese and prosciutto, ribollita or pappa al pomodoro, peposo (hearty Tuscan stew of beef and black pepper) or ragรน al cinghiale (wild boar stew).

For knowing what "secret dish" is, you'll have to join the tour! Travellers really love this authentic experience of Florence!

Tour review: Paolo was a terrific guide. This tour was easy to locate and so much fun to do. We visited several amazing restaurants and the market to meet the purveyors of local delicacies. Come hungry because you are going to eat eat eat!

2. Tasty Florence street food tour

Some useful info: Meet your guide at the entrance of the Hotel Baglioni (Piazza dell'Unita' Italiana); tour departs every day at 11am

๐Ÿ‘‰ Book this small group food tour

Schiacciata Toscana and porchetta

This small-group foodie tour is a great combo of sightseeing (the Cathedral, Palazzo Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria, Giotto's bell Tower the Basilica di Santa Croce) and tasting delicious local food. You'll walk through the streets of Florence with your friendly guide and visit Central market and other food places.

Be prepare for loads of food on this food tour, as you'll sample salumi, prosciutto and cheeses, olive oil, lampredotto and pasta. In the end, you'll try cantucci, crunchy Tuscan almonds cookies as well as gelato. This tour is cheaper than similar tours!

Tour review: Our guide was excellent - enthusiastic, interesting narrative, good humor, comfortable pacing, well organized. The food was very good and we are going back again to the cafes and shops she introduced us to. Well, well worth it!

3. Walking food tour of Florence (Walking Palates)

Some useful info: Meet your guide at Dante Statues in Piazza di Santa Croce; choose from lunch-time and dinner time tour (11am and 5:30pm); vegetarian option is available (advise when booking)

๐Ÿ‘‰ Save your spot on this food tour

This 3-hour walking food tour will show you the gastronomic side of Florence by exploring artistic Oltrarno neighbourhood and Santโ€™Ambrogio market area, favourite among locals. You'll enjoy the authentic flavours of the city in every bite, enriching it with stories and anecdotes.

The journey includes ancient specialties such us cecina or lampredotto, salami and cheeses, crostini with chicken liver, authentic pasta and excellent wines in wineries and small restaurants. Not to mention tasty gelato in the end!

Tour reviewThis tour had SO much good food and excellent, high-quality wine! So worth it! Our guide Irene was very knowledge and passionate about Florence and Tuscany. She not only knew the history of each dish we were eating but also brought in the bigger picture of the culture of Tuscany through each bite we had. She was so lovely! I booked the evening tour, so the experience was like a multi-course dinner around the city (the walk was great for digestion). The cheese platter was especially good. I couldn't stop eating the pecorino and the chicken liver toast (and I usually do not eat organ meat). I highly recommend that you book the tour when you arrive in Florence rather than when you leave Florence (which was what I did), so you can take the Florentine food knowledge this tour imparts on you and find a lot of local hidden gems throughout the city.

4. Florence food tour (Do Eat Better)

Some useful info: Choose from 2 daily departures (11:30am and 6:30pm); meeting point is Piazza dell'Unitร  Italiana (under the obelisk); vegetarian option is available (advise when booking the tour); for staying nearby book Hotel Alba Palace

๐Ÿ‘‰ Book this great foodie tour

Enjoy delicious food, wines and company and learn so much about Tuscan culinary traditions on this 3.5-hour guided tour.

Come hungry as you'll taste a loads of tasty dishes including cured meats and cheeses, pasta, potato tortelli (potato stuffed pasta), pappa al pomodoro (thick Tuscan bread soup) and the ribollita (hearty Tuscan white bean stew with vegetables), schiacciata (Tuscan bread, similar to focaccia), coccoli and gelato or sweets. We're sure you'll enjoy this intimate food tour!

Tour reviewOur guide was Rapheal. If you like food and want to learn about Florence while eating great food and drinking great wine, you must do this tour! Rapheal is entertaining and teaches you about the wine and food and the area it comes from. Plus, the portions are substantial so come hungry. We did with our young adult kids and they enjoyed as well. I highly recommend this tour.

5. Private walking food tour of Florence (10 tastings including wine)

Some useful info: Meet your foodie guide at the steps of the Sant Ambrogio Church. Pick any time from 11am until 6pm for the start of the tour; this tour can be 100% customized to suit your wishes (can accommodate also vegetarians as well as those with other dietary restrictions)

๐Ÿ‘‰ Book easily this private food tour

This great 3-hour food tour will first take you to Mercato di Sant'Ambrogio, a bustling local market where locals buy fresh produce and delicacies (learn how they pick the best ingredients).

Next, you'll continue to walk through Florence streets to visit best restaurants and small eateries and pastry shops. This tour is more than just food, it's cultural experience. In between stops, you'll discover city highlights. You'll explore also Oltrarno neighbourhood and its hidden gems and try local food there.

From food, drinks, must-sees and local hot spots; this tour has everything on the menu!

Tour reviewEduardo's food tour in Florence was absolutely fantastic! His deep knowledge of local cuisine, combined with charming storytelling, made the experience truly delightful. Each stop offered a culinary gem, and Eduardo's passion for the city's food scene was infectious. Five stars without a doubt!

6. Food and wine tour in Florence (with dinner)

Some useful info: Meeting point for this tour is Torre dei Belfredelli (on the south side of the River Arno in Oltrarno district; most recognizable for the dense covering of ivy on the facade); tour starts at 5pm

๐Ÿ‘‰ Save your place on this food tour

On this 4-hour food tour you'll taste the best Tuscan treats while strolling the streets of Florence in the company of an expert guide. The tour begins with a delighful aperitivo while enjoying breathtaking views of the city. Next, you visit local food places to taste the finest cheese, salami, truffles, aged balsamic vinegar and other treats (including wine or Negroni cocktail). 

After walking tour, you'll sit down at locally loved restaurant to have a dinner of homemade pasta (with truffles) and Florentine steak. The tour concludes with having a gelato! Only 5-star reviews for this tour!

Tour reviewIf you are in Florence you need to do this tour! We had so much fun, learned about the city and ate the most amazing food! Claire made the tour fun for everyone and was very accommodating for the vegan in our group!

7. Early evening Florence food and wine tour in Oltrarno

Some useful info: The meeting point is by the statue of Cosimo Ridolfi in Piazza Santo Spirito (Oltrarno district); the tour starts at 4:45pm and lasts for 3.5h

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On this early evening food tour you'll learn to eat and drink like a real local Florentine. You'll start at a corner bar in Oltrarno neighbhourhood to nibble some cheese, bruschetta, focaccia along a glass of Chianti wine.

Next if a quick stop at one of famous wine windows to sip a glass of red or white. Locally loved wine bar is another stop, where you'll try cold cuts and some regional wine. Now, it's dinner time and you'll sit down at trattoria to try famous Florentine steak. The evening will end with a cup or a cone of gelato made with organic ingredients. This tour is very popular among visitors of Florence!

Tour reviewIt was a wonderful experience! Our guide Antonio was awesome at explaining the architecture and history of the area! He touched on a lot of very interesting things. The food, wine and company were awesome! We loved every moment. It was by far our best tour while in Florence.

8. Taste the flavours of Florence (with Florentine steak)

Some useful info: Your guide will meet you at the Schiaccia Passera shop in Piazza della Passera (in Oltranto district, near Ponte alle Grazie); the tour is available every day from 5pm and 6pm

๐Ÿ‘‰ Book this evening food tour

Join this 3-hour evening food tour of Florence and explore the city's vibrant food scene. Try some of the best local dishes such as schiacciata (unique Florentine bread, like focaccia), cured meats and cheeses, Florentine steak, ribollita, panzanella, plus wines at every stop. Finish the tour with a cone or cup of creamy gelato.

One of the places you'll visit is Piazza della Passera, the small square with bars and restaurants that local people love. You'll learn interesting stories and the history of the food from your guide. The tour is incredible value for money, and a fun few hours out in beautiful Florence. Plan this to be your dinner!

Tour reviewGreat experience and well worth the money. Four stops and you will leave full and happy with appetizer, two main courses, cheeses, and gelato with wine at every stop. Plan for this to be your dinner and a great time. Viera was a great guide!

9. Florence sunset walking tour (with wine and food tasting)

Some useful info: Choose from several late afternoon departures (5pm, 5:30pm and 6pm) and meet your guide at the fountain in the middle of Piazza Santo Spirito (come across Ponte Vecchio from historic centre); can be customised to vegetarians for vegetarians and those on gluten-free diets

๐Ÿ‘‰ Book this sunset food tour

This 3.5-hours food tour starts from Piazza Santo Spirito and takes you through the street of Florence to 6 venues for wine and food tastings (14 samples).

Be ready for loads of wine (glass served through an iconic wine windows) and other drinks (like Negroni cocktail) as well as food including bruschetta, salami and cheese, Tuscan soup, wild boar stew, perfect pasta, cantucci cookies (with Vin Santo) and gelato. Experience true Italian dolce vita on this amazing food tour!

Tour review: My expectations for this tour were extremely high considering every review calls this tour one of the best in Italy. And the tour still blew my expectations away. The best food/wine tour Iโ€™ve ever done in Italy. Martino, our guide, was incredible. Not too much walking - just a perfect way to visit 5-6 local restaurants and try food youโ€™d probably never try on vacation. Informative. Fun. Iโ€™d do this tour again 100%.

10. Florentine steak experience

Some useful info: This experience takes place at the restaurant I'Tuscani 2 in historic centre with start at 6:30pm; it's available on Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Friday

๐Ÿ‘‰ Book this unique foodie experience

Bistecca Alla Fiorentina (Florentine steak)

If you book this experience, you'll have incredible night at a local trattoria. The night will start with a glass of Prosecco then continue with preparing the Florentine steak (steak comes from Chiannina beef) together with your friendly hosts.

The best part is what comes next. You'll sit down to eat fettunta (Tuscan bruschetta), then the steak you've prepared and dessert in the end. Be ready for lots of conversation, laughs and good food. This is for sure a unique experience!

Tour reviewOur family of 4 had a great time! Oliver was an excellent host. We learned some new tricks of making the perfect steak. Working in professional restaurant kitchen was interesting as well. And yes, our steak turned out awesome!

11. Coffee and sweets tour of Florence (private)

Some useful info: Meet your guide in front of the Church of Orsanmichele either at 10am, 11am or 1pm (short walk from Piazza della Signoria); the tour take place every day except on Sunday

๐Ÿ‘‰ Book this sweet food tour

Italian espresso and pastries

If you have a sweet tooth, then this unique tour is a perfect choice for your. Your guide will take you to one of Florence's oldest coffee shop, where you'll sip the best coffee Florence has to offer and learn how coffee become integral part or Italian daily life.

Next, you'll visit a family-owned boutique shop for tasting cantucci, dry Tuscan cookies and local bakery for eating freshly baked pastries.

Continue with visiting renowned chocolatier, for tasting yummy chocolates. Finally, you'll conclude the tour with a creamy gelato (you'll have hard time to select from a variety of house-made flavours). This foodie tour has only 5-star reviews!

Tour reviewOur tour guide was amazing!! We hit all the best spots in town for fantastic coffee and sweets. Our guide was also very happy to answer all of our questions about Italian culture. Having the tour guide just for our family made it extra special. Would highly recommend this tour!!

12. Other side of Florence food tour

Some useful info: Tour takes place at 10:15am (Monday to Saturday); meet your guide at Piazza Nazario Sauro (cross Ponte alla Carraia from historic centre)

๐Ÿ‘‰ Book this great food tour

Lampredotto sandwich

On this tour you'll leisurely explore bohemian Oltrarno neighbourhood away from tourist crowds while sampling delicious local food.

Some of the dishes you'll try: lampredotto sandwich, selection of Tuscan cheeses and fennel-spiced salami, cantucci (dry Tuscan cookies) with espresso or cappuccino, gelato and of course Chianti wine with crostini. Plus, you'll hear many interesting stoires and historical facts about Florence.

Spring edition: Starting from March 22 โ€“ April 13, the tour will also visit a local trattoria for a spring pasta dish paired with a seasonal Sangiovese Rosรฉ wine. Weโ€™ll also try Tuscan delicacies exclusive to this time of the year, like local Pecorino cheese paired with fava beans, Easter chocolate eggs and Colomba cake (think Panettone, but better)!

This tour is a great way to spend the morning in Florence. We're sure you'll love it!

Tour reviewWhat a great tour. Martina was a very enthusiastic, knowledgeable and fun guide. Having the tour take place โ€œOn the Other sideโ€ took us away from the tourist centre of town, where we met and tasted the foods of generational family establishments. Wonderful food and atmosphere.

13. Street food tour of Florence

Some useful info: Tour departs from Piazza di Santa Croce in historic centre every day at 10:30am

๐Ÿ‘‰ Book this morning food tour

This 3-hour morning tour starts from the Sant'Ambrogio market, a real Florentine spot unknown by the tourists, a perfect location to learn about local cuisine. Here you'll try crostino nero (chicken liver pate) or veal stew meatballs, but also some tasty pecorino and salami coming from the surrounding hills of Tuscany.

Next, you'll visit other food places to taste fried coccolo with stracchino cheese and panino al lampredotto. You'll sip some wine too! The tour ends in the heart of the city center with gelato tasting!

On this foodie tour you'll also learn a lot about history, traditions and local handicraft from their guide.

Tour reviewMartina was knowledgeable and absolutely charming! We learned so much about real Florentine food and the differences between it and other foods from Italy. All the tastings were amazing and we felt like it was a very good sampling of non-touristy items. Highly recommend.

14. Wine tasting In Florence (private)

Some useful info: Meet your guide in front of statue of Benvenuto Cellini on Ponte Vecchio at 7:30pm (available on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday)

๐Ÿ‘‰ Book this wine tasting

Spend a beautiful Florence evening by walking the streets of Florence and sipping Tuscan wines and eating snacks. This tour follows a route from the Ponte Vecchio to Oltrarno and then back over the river to the historic centre. You'll end your tour with a picnic in front of the Duomo

You'll sip on a selection of white and red Tuscan wine, including a Chianti on this tour. Plus, you'll learn many facts about the Florentine Medici family and Florence history in general. Travellers really love this interesting wine experience!

Tour reviewNadia was truly a beautiful person with a beautiful experience to match. She took us around very monumental aspects of Florence while educating us on the rich history. The wine was delicious and her knowledge was unmatched. Thank you for leaving an imprint on our hearts.

15. Half day trip from Florence to Chianti region (with a dinner)

Some useful info: You'll be picked-up from your Florence accommodation at 3:15pm and driven to the countryside; after the tour has fininshed the driver will bring you back (the tour lasts around 6 hours)

๐Ÿ‘‰ Book this trip to Chianti region (dinner + wine)

This day trip from Florence will take you Chianti region for visiting 2 boutique wineries (Fattoria di Luiano and Castellinuzza) by comfortable van.

Once in first winery, you'll have a private tour of the estate and wine cellars and receive a full explanation of wine making. Afterwards, you will be tasting and drinking top-end wines produced by the winery itself.

When visiting second winery, the owner will show you around the estate and offer you wines for tasting. In the relaxing ambience of the winery, you'll be served 3-course dinner made of traditional Tuscan dishes. You'll love this trip to the Tuscan countryside!

Tour reviewThis tour was fantastic! We loved going to two Chianti Classico wineries and having dinner at one of them. The scenery was beautiful, and the wine and food was outstanding. Our guide, Johnny, was excellent and extremely informative. We would highly recommend this tour.

16. Taste Tuscan food and wine morning tour

Some useful info: The tour starts from Via dei Tavolini (not far from Piazza della Repubblica) every day at 9:30am

๐Ÿ‘‰ Join this fabulous food tour

On this 2.5-hour foodies tour you'll follow your guide through picturesque Florentine streets to taste some of the most delicious Tuscan street food and wine.

You'll start with a sweet pastry before sampling a variety of delicious Tuscan food and Chianti wine. You'll discover shops filled with fresh produce, artisan bakeries and wine cellars selling glasses of wine before arriving at the famous "All'Antico Vinaio" sandwich shop. You'll skip the lines here to try the famous schiacciata (Tuscan bread similar to focaccia).

You'll hear historic anecdotes while exploring hidden squares and lesser-known alleys. Your guide will show you where the artist Michelangelo once lived and see Piazza Signoria. This foodie adventure ends with a creamy gelato!

Tour reviewThe tour was awesome! Laura was super friendly and knowledgeable! She not only talked about the foods we were trying, but also threw in lots of tid bits about the history of Florence. We ate lots of great food, drank some good wine and learned so much about Florence cuisine! So much fun!!!

17. Florence food and wine walking experience (Intrepid)

Some useful info: Meet the group at Piazza della Repubblica in front of tall marble column situated in front of Gilli Cafe & Rinascente department store; the tour departs every day at 3pm; there is also an option of booking a private tour!

๐Ÿ‘‰ Reserve your spot here

While exploring the pretty city with a local guide, passionate about Tuscan cuisine, enjoy a loads of delicious local food. Visit several of the cityโ€™s top food stores, meet friendly owners and try sumptuous specialties like truffle panini, artisan chocolate, olive oil, gelato, and focaccia bread, plus Prosecco and Chianti wine. These food tours are small-group, with maximum of 12 people.

Overall, this tour is a must-try for food and wine enthusiasts, offering a delectable experience that will linger in your memory.

Tour reviewThe tour exceeded all expectations. The tour guide's recommendations for gelato and wine were exceptional. The gelato stops were a delight, with a range of flavors that left me wanting more. The wine selections were expertly curated, showcasing the best of the region's winemaking. The guide's knowledge and passion made the tour even more enjoyable. Overall, this tour is a must-try for food and wine enthusiasts, offering a delectable experience that will linger in your memory.

18. Private food tour In Florence

Some useful info: This is a private tour with local guide Vanessa Tonarelli; meet her in front of the statue of Giovanni delle Bande Nere in Piazza San Lorenzo (tour starts every day at 3pm)

๐Ÿ‘‰ Book this intimate food tour

On this unique 3-hour private tour you'll experience Florence's essence through its art, history and delicious cuisine. Starting from San Lorenzo district this tour takes you to some of the most iconic spots of Florence such as Piazza del Duomo, Piazza della Repubblica, Piazza della Signoria, Piazza San Firenze, the Via dei Neri, across Ponte Vecchio, Santa Felicita Church until you reach Piazza Santo Spirito.

Along the way you'll stop to taste amazing local food such as cheeses, salami, crostini, gelato and off course lots of wine as well as Spritz. 

Tour reviewVanessa is a great guide. She took us to some great stops in Florence -- and in a variety of neighborhoods -- and was also able to answer our various questions along the way. I'm also really glad that she pushed us out of our comfort zone to try foods we might not have otherwise!

19. Taste of Tuscany wine and food tour

Some useful info: Choose from several time slots during the day; wine tasting lasts for 1h (except the private option which lasts 1.5h) and takes place in the wine cellar near Central Market

๐Ÿ‘‰ Book this wine tasting

Learn about Tuscan wines from wine specialists on this wine tasting. You'll be warmly greeted by the guide to the traditional wine cellar in the heart of Florence. You'll find out about local wine production and different grape varieties. Then, you'll taste their finest wines, choosing from the robust Chianti Classico, the elegant Brunello di Montepulciano to the fruity Morellino. 

Along sipping wines, you'll nibble tasty bruschettas, salami and prosciutto and cheeses, like pecorino and cacio. Come hungry as they give you a ton of delicious foods to accompany the wine!

Tour reviewWhat a lovely experience. We were there with one other couple so it was very cosy and private. We ended up upgrading to the 6 wine package as it was definitely worth it. A lot of the wines where from the Chianti region - one of our favourites. The sommelier was so friendly and helpful, answered all of our questions. The food was fresh and delicious. Definitely donโ€™t eat any meals before you go as there is quite a bit of food served! Fabulous romantic evening, thank you.

20. Florence without museums: Small group day tour with tastings

Some useful info: This experience start from Piazza della Signoria at 10:45am (Monday, Thursday and Saturday) and lasts for 6 hours

๐Ÿ‘‰ Book this unique day tour of Florence

This full-day tour of Florence is a one of a kind that explores the whole city in a day. Join your guide and go onto a walking tour around the city, to discover famous landmarks (Piazza della Signoria, the Florence Cathedral, Basilica di San Lorenzo and Riccardi Medici Palace.

You'll hear stories and history facts about each one and see the from outside (without entering). Then, you'll go to the Central Market to explore the stalls and try a bit of everything. Lastly, you'll sip an aperitif along a cold-cut platter enjoying a beautiful sunset.

Tour reviewVery enjoyable experience! We enjoyed the open air market and tasting many of the local cheeses meats and pastries! Thank you!

21. Private food and wine tour (Tuscany Flavor)

Some useful info: Meet your guide on the steps of the Church of Sant' Ambrogio; available from Monday to Saturday (choose your own departure time); the tour is adaptable to vegetarians, pescatarians, those with other dietary restrictions (dairy-free and gluten-free)

๐Ÿ‘‰ Book this private food tour

Enjoy an introduction to Florence's culinary traditions and discover local businesses and parts of the city which many other visitors overlook, on this personalized walking tour.

You'll start your walk in Sant' Ambrogio neighbourhood, where you'll sip coffee and mingle with locals. Next, you'll dive into the vibrant open market, meeting fisherman and butchers, while sampling fresh local products. 

From there you'll stroll through the city, while sampling delicacies, including classic cantucci, truffle, olive oil, sweets, meats, cheeses, wine, gelato and much more. This 3-hour food tour is not just about what you'll taste, but also about being a part of the local community! Be sure to come hungry because our tastings are plentiful and will equate to a whole meal!

Tour reviewVery enjoyable experience! We enjoyed the open air market and tasting many of the local cheeses meats and pastries! Thank you!

22. Small-group Florence food walking tour

Some useful info: Meet your guide at Via dei Cimatori, 9R (not far from Piazza della Signoria) every day at 10am; private tour is also available

๐Ÿ‘‰ Join this small-group food tour

This 3-hour foodie tour starts with a visit to a cafรฉ, where you'll try 2 types of coffee and learn about the roasting process. You'll then continue to an deli shop to sample a panino tartufato, a delicate, truffle pรขtรฉ sandwich made with the truffles for which the deli is famous.

Next, you'll wander through San Lorenzo Market and try olive oils with crostini, toasted bread and sweet balsamic vinegars. At local wine shop (enoteca) you'll try 2 Tuscan wines, accompanied by delicious regional cheeses and local meats. Finish the tour with a cone of fabulous gelato! This tour offers personalized experience!

Tour reviewOur family had a wonderful time on the food tour. Every spot was tastefully chosen and we wouldโ€™ve never found such great food simply wandering around on our own. On top of that our guide, Veronica, was an excellent and lovely person who made us feel right at home in Florence! 10/10

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