Small-Group Food Tour in Rome

Price from: 51 $
Duration: 1 hour
Enjoy a must-do culinary experience on this espresso and gelato walking tour in Rome. Led by a food-loving guide, this small-group tour will teach you the secrets behind these Italian specialties. Learn about the coffee-roasting process as you visit the famous coffee shops Sant'Eustachio, Tazza d'Oro and Caffè Greco. Then, savor homemade tiramisu and delicious gelato at some of the best shops in town. Upgrade to begin your tour with an artisan gelato glass. Numbers limited to 15 people, ensuring personalized attention from your guide.

Meet your friendly guide, an expert food connoisseur, near the Pantheon to start your small-group espresso and gelato walking tour. Wander through historic Roman neighborhoods and pass the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Via Condotti and the Spanish Steps as you take in the vibrant cultural atmosphere.

Begin your walking tour with visits to the famous coffee shops Sant'Eustachio, Tazza d'Oro and Caffè Greco, a historic cafe which opened in 1760. Learn all about the coffee-roasting process from your expert guide as you savor a tasting of freshly made espresso. Then, walk to the famous gelateries. Enjoy some tasty gelato samples and learn about the secrets of traditional Italian gelato making.

Next, visit one of the most popular tiramisu shops in the city, Pompi. Here, enjoy an exquisite tasting of tiramisu and listen as your guide explains how this delectable dessert is created. Your decadent culinary experience ends in the center of Rome, where you can continue to explore the city at your leisure.

Upgrade:
Alternatively, upgrade to begin your tour with an artisan gelato class at one of Rome’s most popular gelaterie. If you have opted for this option, make your own way to the gelataria in the city’s Trastevere neighborhood. After an introduction into the world of Roman gelato from the shop’s gelatai (ice cream maker), don your apron and prepare to make the base for your authentic gelato.

Next, learn how to use the machines, follow the gelatai’s instructions and marvel as your ingredients turn into mouthwatering gelato right in front of your eyes. Finish your class with a refreshing taste of your own creations. Then, follow your guide as they escort you to meet the guide for your 2.5-hour espresso, gelato and tiramisu walking tour.

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Piazza Navona - Gorgeous, especially without the crowds
gavinRome , rome, 2015-04-16
I think this is my favourite square in Rome and has got to be one of the most beautiful in the world. Of course it's not really a "square" at all, being far longer than wide but the renaissance and... read full review
Piazza Navona - Prettiest square in Rome
r1chard311 , Orpington, United Kingdom, 2015-04-16
2 stunning fountains a really beautiful church and a wonderful atmosphere makes this a great place to stop for a coffee, people watch or just admire the beauty of this elegant square. The only... read full review
Piazza Navona - Beautiful fountain
Master B , Australia, 2015-04-16
There are a whole lot of crowd accumulating over here at any point of time. Its crowded and at the same time lively and one of the best places to hangout while in Rome. Not only the surrounding areas... read full review
The Pantheon - Amazing
Amber E , Crewe, United Kingdom, 2015-04-15
We stayed in Rome for three nights and visited the pantheon twice, once in the day and once at night. Free of charge and definitely worth the visit read full review
The Pantheon - Miss this at your peril
Tracee1 , Guildford, 2015-04-15
Best preserved monument in Rome, totally incredible, do not leave Rome without visiting this site and the best bit is that it's free!!!!! read full review
The Pantheon - Of all the places, this was the most awe inspiring.
Drsean124 , Castle Rock, Colorado, 2015-04-15
I have been all over the place, and the Pantheon is one of the best. Right out of the National Geographic magazines we had as kids. The enormity of that place is beyond words and much better than I... read full review
The Spanish Steps (Scalinata della Trinità dei Monti) - Renovation still going on
Tracy D , 2015-04-16
A little disappointing at the moment due to scaffolding at he top of the steps and no flowers when we visited in March. The fountain at the base also needs some work done as we were told some... read full review
The Spanish Steps (Scalinata della Trinità dei Monti) - Nice at night
Amber E , Crewe, United Kingdom, 2015-04-15
We went here on our last night in Rome, just as we were passing on way back to hotel. Was quite crowded but nice lively atmosphere. Construction works at the top of the steps meant we couldn't see... read full review
The Spanish Steps (Scalinata della Trinità dei Monti) - Too Many People
TravelBedfordshire , Leighton Buzzard, United Kingdom, 2015-04-15
The area is so busy it's difficult to get a true impression of the steps. So many people sitting on them. Slippery coming down too. read full review
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