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In front of the Turtles’ fountain in Rome

!Ciao! A hearty hello to history buffs and food enthusiasts!

This program is a four-hour dining and walking tour of the vibrant Campo Marzio district with food sampling stops at local ristorantes and visits to world-renowned historic sites.

You are invited to experience an exciting night of dining and sightseeing with a local tour guide who delivers a fun and informative presentation in conversational English. Beginning in the Jewish Ghetto, you’ll walk the ancient streets where Julius Caesar met his death at the Theatre of Pompey, and visit the exquisite square of Piazza Navona. You’ll see Campo de’ Fiori, and the Piazza Farnese with its Renaissance palace. Between visits you’ll dine in neighborhood restaurants and delis to experience local cuisine and contemporary culture. Other stops of interest include the Theatre of MarcellusTemple of ApolloPortico of Octavia, the Jewish Synagogue, National Assembly, Senate House and Pantheon.

Meet purveyors of sumptuous foods and wines as you stroll through parts of this lively city you never knew existed. Enjoy views of lighted monuments beneath a starry sky as your guide entertains you with local lore.

Savor delectable treats from pizza and pasta to traditional meat, fish and vegetable dishes indigenous to Italy, where luscious recipes have been handed down for generations.

Make The Evening Food Tour a priority for your first night in Rome. Let our expert guide take you on an excursion you will always remember.

Book early! Save time and money. This is one of the most popular tours in Rome.

Maximum 15 per group, except by special arrangement.

All ages and fitness levels welcome.

Vegetarian options available.

Contact us for reservations.



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