Tour gastronomico di Roma
Cammineremo tra le piazze nascoste e i vicoli stretti del centro storico di Roma, ottenendo uno scorcio dell'arte, la cultura e l'architettura che definiscono Roma.
Lungo la strada, condivideremo piccoli segreti sulla cucina italiana e potrai conoscere le specialità locali, immergendoti nella ricca tradizione culinaria di Roma.
Ecco cosa faremo:
- Assaggeremo la deliziosa pizza romana in uno dei migliori Forni del quartiere
- Scopriremo le origini del supplì: l'ottavo re di Roma
- Visiteremo un caseificio e negozio di formaggi locali per assaggiare i salumi e i formaggi tradizionali utilizzati nei piatti romani.
- Conosceremo l’adorabile proprietaria della più antica panetteria a Trastevere
- Assaggeremo lo streetfood tradizionale
Ci fermeremo per un bicchiere di vino e una chiacchierata in un luogo speciale nel centro della città, alla scoperta delle leggende di questo incredibile posto che si affaccia sul Tevere e sui tetti di Roma.
- Degustazione di cibo
- Guida locale
- Acqua in bottiglia
- Tutte le tasse, spese e spese di gestione
- Degustazione di vini
- Foto ricordo (disponibili per l'acquisto)
- Ritiro e consegna dell'hotel
- Trasporto da / per attrazioni
- Riceverai una conferma al momento della prenotazione
- Non accessibile in sedia a rotelle
- I bambini devono essere accompagnati da un adulto
- Si raccomandano scarpe comode da passeggio
- Si prega di comunicare eventuali esigenze dietetiche specifiche al momento della prenotazione
- È richiesto un minimo di 2 persone per prenotazione
A GOOD WALKING TOUR. jUST THE GUIDE AND TWO OF US.
We arrived at 9:30 am for a 10:00 am tour. We waited at the designated area at Piazza Trilussa until 10:30 but no tour guide showed up. We called the phone and a kind Italian woman we met on the street also call for us and the was not in service.
Sarah was an outstanding tour guide. We booked the chef designed tour not knowing much about Italian food. By the time the tour ended we not only learned the history of the Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere area, but were informed about the periods of buildings from different eras as well. We found this to be an informative way to learn about the area and how it was built up in Rome, referring to why certain foods were made in certain areas. We began the tour in a bakery. The savoury sandwich was a one of a kind. In fact we don't have the bread nor meat in our country. This was a favourite stop of ours on the tour. Moving on to the cheese store we tasted the best cheese ever, it was fresh. As a matter of fact it was made the same day! The other cheese and meat selections were very tasty as well! We loved this shop. While in Italy we will try to make time to buy a large portion of the cheese! Italians love suppli and we now know what they serve for a gathering in their homes. We got to taste the snack and it was very good and the way one would want to eat it hot. Italians eat dessert according to the area they were raised in. We had a selection of cookies from a bakery and can now compare the variety of baked goods whether plain or sweet. Before another highlight of our trip we tried some meat in the Jewish Ghetto. It was another selection of food that was new to us. How the Jewish eat the meat and bread was a very good idea. We will absolutely take this idea home with us and share the idea with our friends and family. Another highlight of our trip was the dessert at the end of the tour, what a great way to top it off with a taste to remember this one of a kind tour! It was unique seeing the dessert made in front of you through the bakery window. Sarah speaks English well. We strongly recommend booking Sarah for your tour guide while in Rome. The chef designer food tour is a truly unique tour that one must book!