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26 BEST Food Tours in Rome

Once in Rome, an important part of your trip will be tasting delicious food.

Whether it's plate of homemade pasta carbonara or amatriciana, a slice of crispy pizza with rich topping, a couple of fried artichokes, still warm suppli (rice croquettes with ragu and mozzarella), a platter of prosciutto and cheese, a porchetta sandwich (spiced roasted pork), a cup of creamy gelato, your belly will be full and satisfied.

How to find places serving authentic and quality food in Rome? One of the best ways is to join a guided food tour that will take you to those hidden trattorias, bakeries, shops and markets that only locals know.

Delicous pasta plateTaste delicious pasta while on food tour in Rome

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On a food tour, you'll eat delicious food, explore history of Rome and make new friends along the way. We suggest you to take a food tour in the beginning of your holiday, so later on during your stay you can come back to these venues.

Taking a food tour around the lunch is good choice, as you'll have time later on for more sightseeing and your tummy will be full until evening. We can recommend this 4-hour food tour of Prati (near Vatican), that includes 20 tastings along the way.

One of the most popular food tours of Rome is this small group food tour that takes you to historic Rome (Campo de' Fiori, Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere) for delicious tastings.

If you want your private foodie guide through Rome, this private tour would be a great catch (choose your own time).

One of the top rated tour is this one, that combined a little bit of history with lots of food tastings in the historic centre.

For a tons of tasty street food plus pasta and wine, join this food tour of Trastevere (choose from several daily departures).

For an amazing night out in Rome, join this evening food tour - you'll feel like you are having a dinner with your friends (seated dinner is part of this tour).

Experience true life of locals on this unique food tour of Testaccio neighbourhood (includes a visit to food market).

For zipping around Rome on Vespa scooter and tasting delicious food, choose this food tour or join for something slower, join food tour by golf cart.

For wine lovers, we recommend this unique food and wine tasting in authentic wine cellar in Trastevere.

We listed below hand-picked Roman food tours that are small-group and guided by best local guides. We are sure that you'll be happy whichever food tour you choose from this list.

We suggest you to the tour well in advance to secure the date and time that best suits you!

Those who are eager to learn some cooking skills while in Rome, we recommend joining a cooking class (choose from pasta, pizza or gelato classes).

Hand-picked Roman food tours:

1. Small-group food tour of Rome (Trionfale Market)

Some useful info: Meeting point of this tour is La Nicchia Cafe (the closest metro stop is Cipro); the tour starts at 10:45am and lasts for 4 hours; stay nearby at The Place 217 (exclusive rooms with view of St. Peter's Dome); we experienced this tour (and it's amazing)!

Pizza al taglio is popular street food in Rome

This 4-hour eating and walking adventure (with 20 different tastings) starts with a visit to local pasticceria (to have a cappuccino and cannolo). Next stop is popular Roman pizzeria (so good that it's always packed with people).

While exploring lively Trionfale market you'll taste fresh mozzarella, prosciutto, melanzane parmigiana, porchetta and much more. At gourmet shop you'll sample cheeses and aged balsamic vinegar. The tour includes also a seated dinner at local restaurant (you'll have yummy pasta or gnocchi). Finish off the tour with creamy gelato. On this tour you'll taste loads of delicious food!

Tour reviewI have never been to Rome before and I thought what better way to experience the city than with a good tour. I was not disappointed! My fiancée and I thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Every stop was interesting and we tried things we wouldn’t have otherwise. Lucrezia was a wonderful tour guide and a lovely person! 10/10 would definitely recommend this tour to everyone.


2. Roman food tour in Trastevere (with wine)

Some useful info: Meet your guide at Piazza Trilussa 46 (arrive here by crossing Ponte Sisto bridge from historic centre); choose from departures at 12pm, 4pm, 5pm and 6pm (every day); for staying nearby book Giuditta in Trastevere (cosy guesthouse with sun terrace)

Trapizzino - famous stuffed pizza pockets

Your foodie guide will take you through Trastevere, part of Rome situated on the right bank of Tiber River. First you'll visit Trapizzino to taste famous stuffed pizza pockets before continuing on to feast a selection of cured meat (washed down with a glass of wine at wine bar).

Next, you'll head to pizzeria to taste pizza from Trastevere's oldest wood-burning oven, plus sampling classic Roman pasta dishes (with wine). In the end, you'll taste artisanal gelato. 4 hours on this tour will fly too quickly!

Tour reviewOur tour was absolutely amazing! We had the most wonderful tour guide and food, and more than enough wine was provided! Great places and types of food. I highly recommend this tour.


3. Small-group food tour of Rome (Gourmetaly)

Some useful info: Choose from 3 daily departures (10am, 4pm and 6pm); meeting point is quiet Piazza Farnese, right next to Campo de' Fiori; stay at Campo24roma Guesthouse if you want to be close to departure point

Pizza bianca with mortadella

Be ready for a loads of amazing food if you choose to take this 3.5 hour food tour of Rome. The guide takes you through Ciampo de' Fiori, Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere (plus visit to Isola Tibertina, the only island in Rome).

You'll visit the best grocery stores, restaurants and eateries around the city and taste salami, cheese, fried artichokes, various pizzas, supplì, cacio e pepe and amatriciana pasta and in the end gelato. One of the favourite Roman food tours! You won't regret if you book it!

Tour reviewWe had a great tour seeing parts of Rome we hadn’t seen before & trying food that we had never tasted before Luca was very knowledgeable and fun. I highly recommend this tour. A LOT of food so go hungry!


4. Private food tour of Rome (6 or 10 tastings)

Some useful info: This tour is available every day (pick hours in the period from 12pm to 7pm); lasts for 2 or 3 hours (6 or 10 tastings); meet your guide beneath Giordano Bruno statue at Campo de' Fiori; for staying nearby book Corso Vittorio 308; tour can be customised for vegetarians or those on a special diet or with allergies

A selection of Italian food

For a truly unique experience, choose this food tour with your private foodie host, not in a group. Discover more of the local cuisine by trying some of the ultimate locals’ favorites food treats. 

This tour is more than just food, it’s a cultural experience! In between food stops, discover city highlights for a well-rounded experience that will satisfy your appetite for Rome. From food, drinks, must-sees and local hot spots; this tour has everything on the menu!

Your guide will wait you at Campo de' Fiori square at your preferred times and lasts 2 hours or 3 hours, depending on how many tastings you choose (6 or 10 tastings). Enjoy a culinary journey through the city with your private guide!

Tour reviewDon’t miss this tour!! Everything was delicious! We got to see local Italians favorite places. Amandio our tour guide was so knowledgeable about the history of Rome not just the food. We had such an enjoyable time. It exceeded our expectations!


5. Street food walking tour of Rome

Some useful info: The tour meets below Giordano Bruno statue (Ciampo de' Fiori) every day at 11:15am and 6pm; for staying nearby book Torre Capranica (quiet rooms & suites)

Supplì- ball of rice with tomato sauce with mozzarella in the centre

This 2.5 hours walking tour combines great food tastings with stories of local culture and historical facts (not found in tourist books). This tour starts in Campo de Fiori, one of Rome's famous squares, and then takes you through Rome historic sites (Jewish Ghetto, Pantheon, Via Portico d'Ottavia and Area Sacra di Largo Argentina) while tasting delicious street food (zucchini flowers, pizza, supplì and pastries). This Roman food tour is among the most affordable ones!

Tour reviewWe had an amazing tour with Mattia. He was passionate, knowledgeable and patient with all of us. The food we tried was delicious and we learned a lot about Roman food and history. I highly recommend this tour.


6. Street food tour of Trastevere & Campo de' Fiori

Some useful info: Meet your guide at Piazza San Simeone (not far away from Piazza Navona); tour is available every day at 11am and 6pm and lasts for 2.5 hours; for staying nearby choose Horti 14 Borgo Trastevere (4-star hotel offering modern spacious rooms and garden)

A selection of crispy pizza

Explore delicious street food through the streets of charming Trastevere on this very affordable guided tour.

This small-group food tour is a perfect mix of history and delicious food. The tour guide will take you through Trastevere, a vibrant neighbourhood with local favourite hangout spots, authentic restaurants, markets, gelaterias and cafés.

You'll enjoy the best local street food classics like pizza, suppli, gelato and much more more. Limited to 10 people, this tour offers a personal sightseeing experience.

Tour reviewFabulous street walking tour. Our guide Julia was fantastic. She had great knowledge of the food as well as the area and the best surprise was the trapizzino. Would highly recommend this tour.


7. Roman street food and pasta

Some useful info: Meet your guide at Piazza Trilussa (arrive here by crossing Ponte Sisto bridge from historic centre; tour departs every day at 11am; for staying nearby book Nikis Collection Trastevere (cosy guesthouse with spacious rooms)

Supplì - ball of rice with tomato sauce with mozzarella in the centre

Your guide will take you through the streets of Trastevere and historic centre to show you what and where local people eat. Be ready for a loads of tasty food, including pizza e mortazza (mortadella sandwich), supplì (fried rice balls), maritozzo (sweet buns filled with cream), Roman pasta (you'll choose from amatriciana, carbonara or cacio e pepe) and fried vegetables.

Along the way, you'll hear interesting stories about the neighbourhoods you pass by. The tour ends near Piazza Navona so you can continue to exploring historic centre!

Tour reviewMarcia was great. Very informative and got a lot of history of food and culture. Felt like a local with all the great spots we went to.


8. Rome twilight food tour in Trastevere

Some useful info: The tour meets next to San Bartolomeo church on Tiber Island (Isola Tiberina); choose from several late afternoon departures (tour lasts 4 hours); 47 Boutique Hotel (comfortable rooms + panoramic rooftop restaurant)

A plate of Roman pasta

This popular food tour of Trastevere brings you amazing experiences. You'll be eating at the best local restaurants, visiting old wine cellar and tasting delicious local food such as supplì, fried artichokes, pizza, porchetta, amatriciana and cacio e pepe and drink a lots of great Italian wine. Not to mention, a great gelato you'll taste at Fatamorgana gelateria.

This tour is vegetarian friendly! Expect loads of delicious food on this tour!

Tour reviewValentina was a brilliant guide, very knowledgeable and passionate about the food and venues we visited. The highlight for me was La Norcineria di Lacozzilli where we were served the best pork porchetta I've ever tasted. It was so good, we made a return visit on our last day to get a second portion. Great night, plenty of good food and wine. Thanks Valentina!


9. Walking food tour in historic centre (Secret Food Tours)

Some useful info: The tour meets just outside Brazilian Embassy in Piazza Navona; there are two daily departures (11am and 11:30am); the private option is also available; for staying nearby choose Coronari Palace (small cosy hotel only steps away from Piazza Navona)

This 2.5-hour foodie tour takes you into the heart of Rome, by historical monuments, in picturesque markets, inside beautiful restaurants and secret places off the beaten. 

Eat freshly prepared pizzas, homemade pastas and supplí (risotto balls), the finest cheeses and wines, and drink the best coffee in town. Finish the tour with the best artisanal gelato (plus, there is a secret dish). Be prepared for a plenty of delicious food! One of the top-rated Roman food tours!

Tour reviewWe enjoyed this tour! The food was plentiful! We especially loved the pizza, suppli, and pasta! Our guide was kind as well! We would have loved to learn more about the history of the neighbourhoods and the foods.


10. Night food tour in Jewish Ghetto & Campo de' Fiori

Some useful info: Meet your guide at Piazza Mattei in Jewish Ghetto; the tour starts every day at 5:45pm and lasts for 4 hours; for staying neraby choose A Casa di Giulia

Fried artichokes (Carciofi alla giudia)

The tour like this evening food tour, is best if taken on the first night of your stay in Rome. Guided by a local guide, your group will experience dining and sightseeing that you'll remember for ages.

You'll sample a loads of tasty food at various places while admiring Piazza Navona, Campo de' Fiori, Piazza Farnese and Jewish Ghetto. Be ready to eat fabulous pasta, prosciutto and cheeses, fried artichokes (super delicacy!), crispy pizza, vegetable dishes and sweets. You'll sip an espresso in the famous Roman café and finally finish the tour with creamy gelato. Seated dinned at one of the oldest Roman restaurants is a part of this tour!

Tour reviewWe had the best tour guide. A proud Roman who gave us great history on the neighbourhoods we visited as well as how the food connected to the neighbourhood and history. The places on the tour were first class. Delicious food. Highly recommend this tour.


11. Testaccio food and market tour

Some useful info: The tour starts at 10:30am (Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday) and lasts for 3.5 hours; meet the tour at Piazza di Santa Maria Liberatrice in Testaccio (nearest metro is Piramide); for staying nearby choose Santa Maria Liberatrice

Roman pasta dishes

Come hungry on this tour that takes you through Testaccio neighbourhood, the residential part of Rome. You'll start your morning with a true Italian breakfast - a coffee and fresh pastries, then you'll head to local market for tasting crispy pizza, cheeses and cured meat, fresh vegetables...

Continue your way through Testaccio, then visit local trattoria for a lunch and eat freshly prepared pasta dishes along the wine. In the end, it's time for a cup of artisanal gelato! Go off the beaten track with this foodie tour!

Tour reviewOur guide was great. He explain the history of culture, geography in relation to the different methods of food preparation. The food we sampled were so fresh and delicious. I highly recommend the Devour food tour. We really enjoyed it.


12. Roman food & wine tour in Prati

Some useful info: Meet your guide close to Vatican (Via Cipro 4L); choose from many departures between 3:30pm and 7:30pm (the tour lasts 4 hours); stay nearby at Scipioni Luxury Suite (guesthouse boasting comfortable and clean rooms)

A selection of cheeses, prosciutto, salami...

Experience Rome with all your senses on this delicious sunset walking and eating tour of Rome's Prati neighbourhood (near the Vatican). Stroll down the streets with your guide, popping into different gourmet places and tasting delicious food.

On this tour you'll eat: mozzarella and sun dried tomatoes, bruschette with olive oil and various pesto, a selection of cheeses and prosciutto, yummy pizza with various toppings (mortadella and pistachio, fig and prosciutto, roasted potatoes and mozzarella, to name a few), cured meats along wines, perfectly cooked Roman pasta paired with wine (seated meal) and gelato in the end.

This tour offers fun and friendly guides and fabulous food! A great value for money!

Tour reviewBest food tour we have ever done and one we could recommend without hesitation. From a friendly hostess in Veronica to the Prosecco & barollo both of which flowed like water. Food was great quality & our friends enjoyed their first ever food tour.


13. Hidden Rome food tour in Trastevere (with dinner and wine)

Some useful info: This tour starts from Piazza Farnese (it's 5-minute walk from Campo de' Fiori and Piazza Navona); choose from several early evening departures; for staying nearby book Farnese 48

Saltimbocca alla romana

On this food tour, you'll spend 3 hours exploring Trastevere district, knowns for small trattorias and artisan shops. First stop will be deli shop where you'll taste delicacies such as prosciutto, salami and cheeses along wines. Next, you'll sample local favourite dish, baccalà, again with a glass of wine.

A family-run restaurant will be your next stop, where you'll enjoy starters followed by 2 classis Roman pasta dishes and traditional meat entree, paired with local wines. And of course, no authentic Italian dinner is complete without a refreshing digestivo, so you'll end your meal on a high note with a Limoncello liqueur.

For the finish, you'll have a scoop of best organic gelato in the city (you can sample other flavours as well). This tour is definitely worth booking!

Tour reviewThis is our 2nd time taking this tour and it was even better the 2nd time! Our guide, Matteo, was so awesome, friendly, funny and considerate of the food restrictions in the group. The food we had was amazing! I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone interested.


14. Rome night food tour in Jewish Ghetto & Campo Marzio (with dinner and wine tasting)

  • Departs: 6pm (every day)
  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Meeting point: Piazza Mattei in Jewish Ghetto
  • For staying nearby we recommendKambal Luxury Suites
  • This tour combines sightseeing with delicious tastings including seated dinner at the restaurant (there is an option of private tour!)

Travellers really loves this night tour that combines sightseeing of Rome's historic points with delicious food tasting. You'll visit Jewish Ghetto, Campo de' Fiori, the Theater of Pompeo and Largo di Argentina. Along the way, you'll taste a range of dishes: fried artichokes, pizza, cured meats, Italian pasta and other dishes, sweets and gelato. Not to mention wines, you will drink during your seated dinner. Very filling and interesting! This tour has only 5 star reviews!

Tour reviewOh my goodness, what a wonderful evening this was! Our guide was so knowledgeable and gave us many undiscovered gems in the Jewish ghetto. The food at each stop, was simply fabulous. Added to that was great local knowledge by our guide. I would highly recommend this to anyone who is going to Rome and wants an experience that's outside of just another great restaurant.


15. Rome evening food tour (Italia Tours)

Some useful info: Meet your guide next to the fountain at Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere; tour departs at 5pm (be there by 4:45pm); tour lasts 2.5h; for staying nearby choose Trastevere Urban Suite (comfortable apartment with attentive owner)

Pasta alla carbonara

This 2.5-hour food tour begins in Trastevere, the authentic part of Rome then continues to journey across the Tiber river and through the cobblesone streets and squares of Rome.

Come hungry as you'll eat a lots of tasty and freshly made food, including suppli, calzone and pizza, pasta (cacio e pepe, carbonara or amatriciana), parmigiana, arrosticini and bruschetta, filetto baccalà, salami with a glass of wine, ciambellina al vino, tiramisù, coffee, limoncello and gelato. This epic food tour offers far more than just a chance to taste delicious food—it’s a journey of discovery, connection, and gastronomic immersion you won’t forget! Your guide will be born and bread Roman!

Tour reviewWe loved the knowledge and passion of our tour guide Robbie. She gave us a great insight into how Romans like to eat and their passion with food. Robbie kept us laughing and stuffed with fantastic food for the evening.


16. Private Roman street food walking tour (Local Aromas)

  • Availability: from Tuesday to Saturday (pick your time)
  • Tour duration: 3 hours
  • Meeting point: in front of church Santa Brigida at Piazza Farnese
  • For staying nearby we recommendHotel Damaso (great hotel with spacious room and panoramic view)
  • A great private Roman street food tour of Rome you'll remember for a lifetime
Supplì - ball of rice with tomato sauce with mozzarella in the centre

You'll love this wonderful private 3-hour gastro experience in Rome's Campo de' Fiori and Trastevere neighbourhoods. The best foodie guide will teach you everything about food you're going to eat and how to recognise the real deal from the fake one. Be prepare for loads of Roman specialties such as suppli, pizza, gelato - in fact you'll have lunch the way locals do. What a perfect way to eat in Rome!

Tour reviewWe truly enjoyed our time on the Roman Street Food Tour. Our guide was great, teaching us so much about Rome, the regions, other things to see and do along with providing a great tour of the wonderful food here. We enjoyed it so much we will be taking more tours soon!


17. Food tour of Rome by golf cart

Some useful info: The tour departs at 9.30am (Monday to Friday) from Rolling Rome shop (Piazza del Gesù - not far from Piazza Venezia) or you can request a pick-up from centrally located hotel;

Cannoli and other Italian sweets

This food experience by golf cart allows you to taste delicacies across the city like a breeze. After being picked up at your hotel, you'll go to the famous Roman café to have typical Italian breakfast - coffee and freshly baked pastries.

Your guide who will take you into the shops, restaurants and lively local markets so you not only experience the flavours of the city, you get a true taste for daily Roman life. Here are some of delicacies you'll sample: cured meat, a selection of cheeses, fried Roman specialties, pizza and pasta. You'll go to the places that locals go!

Tour reviewIt was awesome. The food was fantastic and we learned the history of the places we went. They were places the locals went and you could tell! Alex was awesome. I feel that I have made a friend in Rome!


18. The Vatican private food tour (10 tastings)

  • Availability: choose your time (from 10:00am until 5:30pm)
  • Tour duration: 3 hours
  • Meeting point: outside the Cipro Metro station in Prati
  • For staying nearby we recommend: 126 Gracchi Suites (guesthouse offering comfortable and modern rooms)
  • Amazing private food tour that takes you through the streets of Prati to taste delicious food
Pizza al taglio

This private walking food tour will take you through the neighbourhood of Prati near the Vatican. You'll stroll through the streets and stop at food places to sample 10 different food an drinks typical of local cuisine. This is a private tour and you'll get personal attention from your guide. Vegetarian options are also available.

Tour reviewSarah was amazing and communicated ahead of time with us to ensure we had a great time. She then was very knowledgeable and fun. She gave us great recommendations as well for dinner. Great!!!


19. Rome Vespa food tour with driver

  • Availability: 10:00am and 2:00pm (every day)
  • Tour duration: 3 hours
  • Meeting point: Eco Move Rent - Corner of Piazza Indipendenza (close to Termini Station)
  • For staying nearby we recommend: Sophie Terrace Hotel
  • The best way to get around Rome is on Vespa; this tour has it all - Vespa drive + delicious food tastings
A selection of pizza

This great tour will take you through the streets of Rome on iconic Vespa scooter (with your driver guide). You'll stop at numerous food spots in Campo de' Fiori, Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere neighbourhood to taste delicacies such as fried artichokes, suppli, pizza, espresso, gelato and much more. This tour is private and customized to your interests. You'll find some hidden gems on this tour!

Tour reviewOur driver and host was brilliant. Took us to some hidden gems off the beaten track and introduced us to the best local food spots where we tried some delicious food. The best way to see Rome as you can cover so much in the tour.


20. Campo de'Fiori & Ghetto street food tour

Some useful info: Meet your group near the fountain at Piazza di San Simeone (short walk from Piazza Navona) every day at 11:00am and 5:30pm; for staying nearby choose Residenza Zanardelli

Meet your guide in the heart of the city and set out to discover the city and taste typical local food. See Piazza di San Simeone and head to Campo de' Fiori, to visit open market (and taste some food there). Then continue your walk to other eateries to taste panino con porchetta, supplí, delicious pizza and fried artichokes or zucchini flowers.

Listen to interesting stories as you walk and see the Tempio Maggiore di Roma, the Turtle Fountain and Largo di Torre Argentina. Finally, you'll make your way towards the Pantheon, before heading to the nearby Piazza di Sant' Eustachio and end your tour by eating creamy gelato. You'll enjoy this 3-hour foodie tour of Rome!

Tour reviewThis was incredible. A must-see/taste for first timers in Rome. Julia was a warm and friendly tour guide, answering questions and offering info wherever possible. The tour featured some amazing Roman street food and really gave a taste of what Rome has to offer. The Campo di’Fiore market tasting and Roscioli pizza was perfect. It also ends with beautiful gelato just across the piazza from cafe Eustachio II which is a fantastic spot. Can’t thank Julia enough for a fantastic day out.


21. Street food and walk tour of Ghetto, Pantheon and Navona

Some useful info: The tour starts from Via dei Giubbonari (historic centre) every day at 11:45am and 5:45pm; available in English and French

Getting to know the city accompanied by an expert makes the difference compared to taking a walk on your own, if you do it while having fun and eating, the pleasure is double! This foodie tour will show you the highlights of 3 different areas of Rome - Jewish Ghetto, Pantheon and Navona.

Along the way, you'll be able to sample various local specialities, including fried artichokes (or zucchini flowers), supplì, pizza al taglio, tiramisu and of course gelato. You'll love this 2.5-hour foodie tour of Rome's historic centre!


22. Gourmet pizza at sunset near the Colosseum

  • Availability: 5:30pm (Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday)
  • Tour duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Meeting point: Piazza Suburra - Monti (outside the Cavour metro stop)
  • For staying nearby we recommend: Monti Palace Hotel - comfortable hotel with super attentive staff
  • Great foodie tour with lots of pizza; vegetarian options are available
Pizza fritta

This evening foodie tour is ideal for pizza lovers as it offers tasting of 10 kinds of pizzas while exploring trendy Monti neighbourhood (visit Colosseum before the tour; it's a short walk from tour meeting point).

Come hungry as you'll eat pizza rossa, pizza bianca, pizzette di s'foglia, pizza fritta, tiella al polpo, tiella con scarola, pizza con patate, margherita and focaccia. You'll also hear stories behind the recipes of these tasty snacks.

Tour reviewOutstanding! Our guide Anastasia was phenomenal! She told us so many interesting things about Rome and she took us to the best pizza restaurants! It was so cool that we got to try three very different styles of pizza. We enjoyed sightseeing the are of Monti and trying the food! I highly recommend this tour.


23. Hidden Rome - E-bike tour with Roman street food

Some useful info: Choose from 2 daily departures (9:30am and 2:30pm); meeting point is close to Termini Station (Via Antonio Rosmini, 22); stay at Sophie Terrace Hotel if you want to be close to departure point

For a truly unique experience join this e-bike food of Rome. You'll go off the beaten path and see how Romans live while sampling delicious food. You'll zip through scenic neighbourhoods, from hidden landmarks like the foodie hub of Testaccio to panoramic vistas from Aventino and Janiculum hills. Tours include lunch and a sampling of traditional street food. This tour is ideal for families with kids! 

Tour reviewDuarte our guide was friendly, helpful, informative, and great. The tour was fascinating and took us to areas I never would have found on our own. It was really stunning— and delicious!! And it was my first ebike tour. It was like riding a roller coaster through Rome. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED


24. Wine tasting with food pairing (and gelato)

Some useful info: Choose from 2 times (2:45pm and 4:15pm) every day; the experience takes place at Essenza Wine Bar in Trastevere

On this unique experience, you'll spend a pleasant 1.5h at one of the best wine bars in Rome. You'll sip 4 Italian wines along tasting a delicious food including the freshest buffalo mozzarella, pure black truffle pate spread over Asiago cheese, aged balsamic vinegar poured over Parmigiano Reggiano, truffles infused honey, sun dried tomatoes, pesto Genovese, the finest Italian olive oil and much more.

You'll learn how to pair wine with the food and discover flavours that you never tasted before. In the end you'll have a tasty gelato! This is an experience for professional wine lovers!

Tour review: This was hands-down the best experience! Alice was so friendly and knowledgeable. The wine was incredible, and Alice answered all our questions and the pairings she created with various cheeses, meats and additions (honey, 30 year aged balsamic, truffle) were absolutely incredible. The gelato was THE best gelato I have ever tasted. She recommended a place for dinner for my friend and I when we asked, and it was so good - she really knows everyone in Rome (or at least in Trastevere!). Do this tour - you will not be disappointed!


25. Tasty Trastevere street food tour

Some useful info: Choose from 2 daily departures (10:30am and 5:30pm); meet your group in front of Basilica di San Bartolomeo at Tiber island

This 2.5-hour food tour will take you through the streets of Trastevere to taste some of the best local food. Along the way you'll find out more about Piazza Trilussa, the Basilica of Santa Maria and the Tiber island.

The tour includes around 10 different tastings, including the best pizza, salumi, cheeses and prosciutto, freshly baked pastries and in the end an artisanal gelato. There might be changes accordingly to the season you are taking the tour (many of our dishes are based on fresh season products). 

Tour reviewFranchesca was wonderful! She shared great information from country history, food, and lot more. We had a fantastic time and I highly recommend this experience for those who want to know more about the Italian culture, their amazing food and explore Trastevere. Well done!


26. Food tasting with wine pairing in Trastevere

Some useful info: This foodie tasting takes place in wine cellar Fabullus (Via dell'Arco di San Callisto) in Trastevere; choose from several times slots during the day and various durations (45 min, 1h, 1h 15 min); available in German, English, Italian and Spanish

A selection of Italian wines and food

You'll truly enjoy this unique food and wine tasting inside an authentic underground cellar in Trastevere (on the west bank of the Tiber), furnished with ancient artifacts, furniture, wooden shelves and other things related to the production of wine.

Once here, you'll sample top quality Prosecco, various wines (red and white), plus a a selection of the best cheeses, cured meat, olive oil, bread and focaccia. This experience is a perfect journey of the senses to immerse yourself in history and savour the best Italian food.

Tour reviewExcellent food in a gorgeous setting served to us by our very friendly, enthusiastic and knowledgeable host. I’d be happy to recommend.


27. Culinary kickstart tour in Rome

Some useful info: Meet your guide at the entrance of bar Il Siciliano every day (choose from your preferred time); if you follow a special diet or have an allergy to a specific food let the tour operator when booking tour

Get a taste of the culinary scene of Rome on this 2-hour private food tour. In a company of local foodie, you'll have 6 different tastings, including pizza, gelato and other tasty local dishes. This tour is more than just food; it’s a cultural experience!

In between food stops, discover city highlights for a well-rounded experience that will satisfy your appetite for Rome. Check out Ponte Sisto, Piazza Trilussa and more city highlights along the way. 

With this private food tour, you’ll be set to keep enjoying the most authentic food and drinks in Rome. Your food expert host knows where to go and what to order and will give you recommendations based on your likings and dietary preferences.

Tour reviewPaola was great! There’s no better way to experience a city than visiting with a local. Paola was warm and generous and immediately made us feel comfortable in in her home city. She was great with our 8 year old and 10 year old answering all of their questions and had all of our bellies full by the end of the tour. We had a great time and would suggest Paola to anyone!




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