Culinary Tours Rome

Quick Details

Duration: 3 hours

This tour runs every day

  • Morning tour leaves at 10:00
  • Afternoon tour leaves at 14:00

Meeting Point

We meet at a mutual point. You will receive proper instructions when you decide to book

Adults (Ages 10+)
Children (Ages 3-9)
Infants (Ages 2 and Under)
Private Tour

Rome Food Tour

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Rome has everything that you can ask for from a food destination! Join our Culinary Tours Rome tour and see it with your own eyes.

You visit several locations in Campo de’ Fiori and around Trastevere for a variety of samples to start  your culinary adventure in Rome. This is a culinary journey to enjoy or introduce you to food in Rome. Includes a late lunch for morning departures and early dinner for afternoon departures, each tour ends at a local trattoria, and your guide introduces you to a variety of Italian wine through excellent wine tastings.

Rome has been a major food center since the 8th century, with Ancient Roman cuisine being highly influenced by Ancient Greek culture. During the Renaissance, Rome became famous for its amazing cuisine, with some of the best chefs cooking for the popes.

Since then, the city has become world-renowned for its exceptional cuisine, with typical local dishes that include Spaghetti Alla Carbonara, Carciofi Alla giudia (artichokes fried in olive oil), and Gnocchi di semolino alla Romana, to name a few.

Ingredients such as olive oil, pecorino romano, ricotta, and strutto (pork lard) are used in traditional Roman cuisine, as is goat milk and cheese. Pasta is also an important element in the cuisine in Rome, with carbonara, cacio e pepe, amatriciana, and gricia being the city’s most famous sauces. Your local guide will talk and walk you through this information.