Food tour of Campo de Fiori, Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere: Take a bite out of three of Rome’s tastiest neighbourhoods with this foodie tour through the enchanting squares and cobbled streets Campo de Fiori, the former Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere. This is a great opportunity to get an insider’s view of really authentic Italian cuisine and learn about the country´s delectable wines on this alluring food tour of Rome´s most famed areas for foodies.
Savour the delicate flavours of some of the world´s best loved cuisine as you embark on this adventure at the enticing Campo de Fiori, the Field of Flowers. The area was thus named in the Middle Ages, when the now rectangular square was actually a blossoming meadow. Sample palatable delights such as Pizza Bianca with mortadella, moreish mozzarella with sensational salami, roasted baby lamb chops, fresh broad beans in pecorino cheese.
Continue to the fashionable and colourful Jewish Ghetto, which was established in 1555 as the only place where Jews were permitted to live. The ghetto has evolved to be renowned today for its authentic culinary delights and abundance of restaurants. Taste the exquisite flavours of roman artichokes, squash blossoms ‘alla Giudea’ – Jewish style and chicory shoots, all infused with aromatic anchovies.
Head to trendy Trastevere to soak up the dreamy historical atmosphere and indulge in the pleasures offered at the numerous trattorias, where you will discover award-winning pizzas, homemade pastas, splendid meats and cheeses and the unforgettable gourmet ice creams.
Duration: 3 hours and 30 minutes.
Start or opening time: Languages: English.