Try an alternative way to visit Rome with a top private guide. Discover the city through its flavors and food with a private tour of Rome’s Market!
During our Private Tour of Rome’s Market you will not only discover the history of Rome and its culinary traditions: you will actually taste local food!
You will be joined by a private guide: she is a local and she knows the best places to taste delicious specialties in Rome. During your food tour in Rome you will walk with your private guide through medieval cobblestoned alleys and stop at the local Campo de’ Fiori food market. In the area of Campo de Fiori you will taste different types of olive oil, balsamic vinegar, traditional Italian gelato (ice cream) or local pastries. Whilst you taste, your private guide will explain to you the products’ origins, their importance in Italian cooking and many other fun facts about Italian food!
Next in your private tour of Rome’s market you will go to a traditional bakery called a “Forno” in Italian. Inside this food heaven bakers make delicious crispy pizza, roman style, with amazing toppings made of premium natural ingredients. What food tour in Rome would be complete without trying some pizza and finding out what makes the Roman brand of this Italian food-staple distinct?!
During this private tour of Rome’s Market you will get a bonus: a visit to the nearby Jewish district. Located in the Rione Sant’Angelo borough, near the river Tiber, the Jewish Ghetto of Rome was established in 1555 and today is one of the most picturesque areas of the city. Walking through its medieval cobblestoned alleys, you will also see the remains of the Portico of Octavia dating back to 27 BC. Emperor Augustus had it built in honor of her sister Octavia. Your journey through the flavours of Rome will continue in the Jewish district, where you will have the opportunity to stop in a local shop and taste different types of jams. Don’t forget to buy some tasty treats during your food tour in Rome- a memory of your day and great gifts for your family and friends back home!
In Farnese square in front of Farnese palace
DRESS CODE: in order to enter religious sites, such as Churches, every participant must make sure they cover their shoulders and knees.
We also suggest you wear comfortable shoes, as a moderate amount of walking is involved in this tour.