Go on the hunt for some of the best food in Rome on this culinary walking tour through the areas of Campo de’ Fiori, Trastevere, and the Jewish Quarter. With a guide, learn the local secrets of the Eternal City and sample traditional Italian favorites like gelato and pasta, as well as local specialties like fried artichokes. Limited to 12 people, this tour offers a more personal sightseeing experience.
Rome food walking tour to Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori, and the Jewish Ghetto
Visit Campo de' Fiori’s market to meet local traders and sample their quality produce
Explore vibrant Trastevere and try food like a classic Roman pasta dish, gelato, and pizza
Small-group tour with a maximum of 12 people for an intimate sightseeing experience
Why Travelers Choose This Tour
Visit three food enclaves—including Campo de’ Fiori and Trastevere—with no more than 12 people.
Visit to Campo de' Fiori Market, Trastevere and the Jewish Ghetto
Samples of Roman tipycal and beloved specialties
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Departure & Return
Piazza Farnese, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Via della Lungaretta, 12, 00153 Roma RM, Italy
What To Expect
Your Rome culinary adventure starts in Piazza Farnese, where you meet your guide and set off on your walking tour, making your way first to Campo de’ Fiori. Visit the popular food market here, where stalls overflow with fresh veggies, meats, and cheeses. While you take in the bustling atmosphere, meet some of the vendors, who provide samples of their tasty goods.
Next, head over to Trastevere, a quaint neighborhood whose cobbled lanes are home to favorite local restaurants and cafes. Walk through the district with your guide, stopping at various eateries for tastings of classic Roman dishes like pasta, pizza bianca (pizza with no tomato sauce), fresh mozzarella cheese, locally cured salami, and artisan gelato.
Then continue to the Jewish Quarter, a bohemian district south of Rome’s historical center known for its vintage shops and art studios. Stop by local grocery stores and delicatessens around Piazza della Cinque Scole for samples of specialties like risotto balls, known as suppli, and fried artichokes and codfish.
With a full stomach, your tour ends in Trastevere.
Beautiful Renaissance Square with the splendid Palazzo Farnese (site for the French Embassy) designed by refined artists, two ancient fountains and a beautiful Church
Chiesa di San Carlo ai Catinari (SS. Biagio e Carlo ai Catinari)
The Church of "Saints Blaise and Charles in Catinari" is an early-Baroque style church located on Piazza Benedetto Cairoli.
The attribute ai Catinari refers to the presence, at the time of its construction, of the many makers of wooden basins who worked in the area. The church was commissioned by the Order of the Barnabites and funded by the Milanese community in Rome to honour their fellow Milanese St. Charles Borromeo.
A must-see spot of Rome. The Jewish Quarter (named Ghetto, but not dangerous at all) is one of the top places to eat local specialties. Indulge in the unique atmosphere of the Ghetto and taste fried food.