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  • Rome: Historic Center Food Tour

    1. Rome: Historic Center Food Tour

    Join a small group or a private tour to enjoy a culinary journey through the historic center of Rome, starting with a traditional Italian espresso or cappuccino and a cornetto or other traditional sweet breakfast option, while learning about The history of Italian coffee. Walk the busy streets of Rome discovering its food culture and taking a peek in a number of traditional food shops. Slowly work your way through bakeries and delis to sample famous cheese, pizza al taglio, and fresh produce. Explore Campo de' Fiori, the site of one of the most ancient markets of Rome with your local guide. Continue your food adventure on locally run food avenues near the ancient Field of Mars, tasting gelato, patisserie, bread, cold-cut pizza, and cheese. Follow your guide to the Jewish Ghetto to learn about the famous Roman-Jewish cuisine. Make a stop in the Jewish Ghetto to fully appreciate this cen...

  • Trastevere and Jewish Ghetto: Walking Tour

    2. Trastevere and Jewish Ghetto: Walking Tour

    Your guided tour will start in Rome's Jewish ghetto, established in 1555 by Pope Paul IV for the 5,000 Jews that lived in Rome at the time. The former walled quarter sits close to the river Tiber, and today, is one of the most fascinating quarters of the city. Learn about the Jewish history and presence in Rome. Led by an experienced guide, visit Jewish-owned businesses, explore kosher restaurants and see the synagogue of Rome. The Porticus Octaviae will be one of the most recognized landmarks in the ghetto, which sits in the middle of Piazza Mattei. Next, head over the Tiber to the historic Trastevere neighborhood. Trastevere is a charming area filled with narrow winding streets, alleyways and pedestrian squares. Visit some of Rome’s most important churches, including Santa Cecilia, and walk over the Ponte Rotto, the oldest stone bridge in Rome. These two areas are often overlooked b...

  • Rome: City Highlights Segway Tour

    3. Rome: City Highlights Segway Tour

    Start your tour with a brief training session to ensure you feel safe and comfortable on your Segway. Set off to see the most iconic sights of Rome in a unique and informative way, learning about the history of the city as you go. You'll visit lots of Rome's most important landmarks, such as the Trevi Fountain, the Capitoline Hill and the Spanish Steps. The exact number of attractions seen on the route will depend on the duration chosen. If you have never been on a Segway before, you are in for a treat. It's a fun way to get around the seven hills of Rome, and your guide will show you all the most important sites in a fun and environmentally-friendly way. Your guide will also tell you personal stories and experiences about local life in the city.

  • Experience Rome by Golf Cart

    4. Experience Rome by Golf Cart

    Go on a 4-hour tour of Rome to check out all of the major highlights of the city. This tour includes all of the major sites like Villa Borghese, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, and the Colosseum (from outside). In addition, head to Campo de Fiori and Ghetto.  You can either take the train from the port to the city and meet your guide in town or round-trip transportation in a private car or minivan can be arranged for you. The train station is not too far from the port and a shuttle bus can pick you up from the pier where your ship docks and drop you off by the fortress designed by Michelangelo located within the boundaries of the port next to a tourist information kiosk just a few minutes walk from the train station. 

    Without a doubt this was one of our favorite things we did during our visit to Rome. From start to finish Angelo was the beat guide. He initially asked us what we wanted to see, but because it was our first time, we were unsure. Angelo took over and showed us Rome’s “Central Park,” as well as Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, the Colosseum, and many churches. He patiently waited while we got out and took photos. Angelo is charming and enthusiastic. We felt as though we were getting a tour given by an old friend. The day culminated in Angelo not only recommending a lunch spot but calling ahead and getting us a seat.

  • Rome: Campo De' Fiori Market & Trevi 4-Hour Food & Wine Tour

    5. Rome: Campo De' Fiori Market & Trevi 4-Hour Food & Wine Tour

    Take the opportunity to see one of Rome's most famous open sky markets, Campo dè Fiori. Visit attractions like the Pantheon, Piazza Navona and the Trevi Fountain. Explore the area, which hosts excellent restaurants, the best ice cream shops in town and three top class coffee roasters, as well as two of the best salami makers in the center of Rome. This tour is the perfect combination of a professionally-guided sightseeing tour and a trip to an authentic local market where you can taste the most delicious dishes the eternal city has to offer. There is plenty of food and wine, so come hungry. At the end of our tour, you’ll be able to discover the secret corners of Rome with confidence, making use of the recommendations provided by your local guide to experience the best of Rome’s cultural activities, entertainments and cuisine. The highlight of this tour is a rich lunch among the ruins o...

  • Food Tour of Roman Neighborhoods: 3.5-Hour Walking Tour

    6. Food Tour of Roman Neighborhoods: 3.5-Hour Walking Tour

    Taste your way through some of Rome’s fabled restaurants, markets, and specialty food shops with an expert guide as you discover the succulent secrets of Italian cuisine! Your 3.5-hour walking tour takes you to some of the city’s best-loved neighborhoods to sample a variety of different delights, from gleaming, beautifully-displayed fruits and vegetables in Campo de' Fiori (for the morning option) to the artisanal gelatos of the picturesque Trastevere neighborhood. Groups are kept to no more than 15 people so that you won't miss a sip, a bite, or an expertly woven point of Roman culinary heritage as you wander through lively plazas and flower-strewn side streets. The stops include historical markets, bustling bakeries, gelaterias, and traditional restaurants where you'll share the delicious food and wines of the region. Sample pizza bianca, the legendary mid-morning snack of Rome, fest...

    Antonia was an excellent guide. She answered questions willingly and was kind to everyone. Nothing seemed rushed and we covered a fairly large area and enjoyed some really tucked away places.

  • Rome: Small-Group Historical Food Markets Tour

    7. Rome: Small-Group Historical Food Markets Tour

    After meeting with your guide, you will begin to visit 3 of Rome’s famous markets on this 3-hour culinary tour. You will start your food tour from the historical area of Trastevere, where will you admire the Santa Maria in Trastevere Basilica, which was probably the first official Christian cult area in Rome. From Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere, you will walk down to Piazza San Cosimato, where you will discover the first market of your tour, Piazza San Cosimato. Open since the beginning of ‘900s, many of its sellers actually descend from the first vendors and are up to the third generation of fruit, vegetable, cheese, fish or meat providers to the inhabitants of Trastevere. Continuing your walking tour through Ponte Sisto, you will reach Campo de' Fiori, which is one of the oldest markets in town. Piazza Campo de' Fiori is placed between piazza Navona and piazza Farnese, and portrays...

  • Rome: Instagram Photo Tour

    8. Rome: Instagram Photo Tour

    Arrive for an early-evening check-in at the centrally-located office near the Colosseum where you will meet your guide. From there, set off down the street where you will catch a glimpse of the famous amphitheater framed perfectly by the cobblestone road. Next, head up the hill overlooking the Colosseum, which offers a perfect terrace from which to photograph the monument. Behind the Colosseum, work your way off-the-beaten path to the Monti district, where you will find plenty of photogenic Fiat 500's, vintage scooters, ivy-covered balconies and streetlights and alleyways to photograph. Just beyond Monti, head up to a terrace overlooking the city center and the cupola of St. Peter's for an iconic scenic shot of the city. From there, descend into the heart of the city center where you can suss out the perfect angle from which to photograph the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, and Piazza Nav...

  • Rome: 3-Hour Guided Food Tour with Tastings

    9. Rome: 3-Hour Guided Food Tour with Tastings

    Take the opportunity to enjoy some of the finest Italian food in this world-famous city. Try freshly prepared pizzas, taste homemade pasta and Supplí (risotto balls), sample the finest cheese and wine, and drink the best coffee in town. To top it off, complete your day with an artisanal gelato and a delicious Secret Dish to try. This tour takes you into the heart of Rome to historical monuments, picturesque markets, beautiful restaurants, and secret places off the tourist trail.

    Loved our tour! We had 10 in our group and they were a fun bunch. Our Guide was Ricardo and he was fabulous! Every place we went he stopped and explained the history of the buildings in the neighborhood and how Roman culture shaped life in that area. The tour was definitely not just about the food, and our guide was very knowledgeable. But… The food was fabulous!

  • Rome: Street Food Guided Walking Tour

    10. Rome: Street Food Guided Walking Tour

    Discover the flavors of Rome on this 3-hour guided food tour. Enjoy sightseeing along the way as your guide takes you to the best spots in town to truly experience authentic Italian cuisine. Meet your local guide at Piazza de Fiori Square and start your foodie adventure. Step into the square's outdoor market and take in the aromas of the freshly baked pizzas. Taste authentic Italian cuisine, starting with mortadella, and then pizza at the most famous pizzeria in the square. Continue to Rome's Jewish Quarter, considered to be the most ancient of the western world and a great spot for local street food. Here, pick up some fresh bread and try out Roman Jewish cuisine-style fried artichoke and salted cod fillets. Next, travel to Trastevere and navigate the winding streets of this quintessential Roman neighborhood. Follow your guide to the stalls and try the famous suppli al telefono and f...

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What people are saying about Campo de' Fiori

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 1,513 reviews

Without a doubt this was one of our favorite things we did during our visit to Rome. From start to finish Angelo was the beat guide. He initially asked us what we wanted to see, but because it was our first time, we were unsure. Angelo took over and showed us Rome’s “Central Park,” as well as Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, the Colosseum, and many churches. He patiently waited while we got out and took photos. Angelo is charming and enthusiastic. We felt as though we were getting a tour given by an old friend. The day culminated in Angelo not only recommending a lunch spot but calling ahead and getting us a seat.

Lorenzo was a fantastic and knowledgable tour guide with fantastic information. He was a lot of fun & you could really tell he enjoys his job and explaining everything to us.

We were very satisfied. Everything went well, the guide on site was very friendly and competent. Plus point: we were only two participants and the tour took place anyway.

Everything was very informative and very interesting. Very nice and pretty tour guide.

Great tour, lots to eat and see, very informative.