Bring on your appetite, and your curiosity about ancient Rome history, to enjoy at the fullest this tasty tour! You will love the view of Rome at sunset while you savour local delicacies and explore the landmarks of Italian food and drinks.
Food and wine are for sure two of the main attractions for a holiday in Italy. Enjoy them at the fullest with this progressive dining walking tour across the historical centre of Rome. We will make sure you will taste all the specialties of Roman and Italian cuisine while crossing its most beautiful streets.
Discover the best of Roman cuisine
A real danger in Rome is ending up into a tourist trap, which could ruin your day and your dinner. Rely on us to lead you through the authentic, traditional places of Rome, while we have around us the wonderful scenery of the Rome in the sunset light. You cannot miss this funny, tasty tour in Rome.
Nourish body and mind with food and history
This progressive dining in the historical centre of Rome combines the pleasure of tasting its typical dishes, and the enthusiasm of learning more about its history from an expert guide. The tour will begin in Campo de’ Fiori, where you will meet your professional guide. He will take care of telling you the history of the square where public executions took place. You will proceed admiring Palazzo Farnese, one of Michelangelo’s masterpieces, followed by the Pantheon, dedicated to the worship of every god, and built by Emperor Hadrian between 118 and 125 A.D.. The next stop will be at Piazza Navona, to observe the wonderful fountain that lays in its centre. This square, that in the past was used to host races and competitions, has been built on the old Stadio di Domiziano. Enjoy the atmosphere of this place, always full of life and music, artists and tourists.
Try the best tastes of Italian tradition
Make sure to bring your appetite with you, you will need it in this progressive dining walking tour in Rome historical centre. Get ready to travel throughout Italy with this itinerary across its typical tastes. Among the delicacies you will savour, and that will change everyday according to seasonality, there might be the real Roman pizza, in an historical Roman bakery, founded in 1824. Cheese, such as mozzarella and burrata, will follow, to allow you to taste the flavours of Puglia, too. The first courses will be those of Roman tradition, such as carbonara and cacio e pepe, while sipping a glass of wine coming from Castelli Romani, in a traditional 1890 norcineria. Finally, it comes the time of the dessert, that might be homemade cannoli from Sicily or Italian gelato. At the end of this tour, remember, we had told you to bring your appetite!