The Roman street food tour





Join the authentic and immersive Roman street food tour

The Roman street food tour is a real food and wine journey that lets you discover the best of street food during an immersive walk in the center of Rome.

The tour, led by a local expert, will let you discover authentic flavors away from the tourist spots to help you appreciate the local food and wine.

The tasting begins with a crunchy Giudìa-style artichoke or, alternatively, a juicy courgette flower, followed by the tasting of typical cured meats and cheeses and many other traditional delicacies and fried foods, such as the classic supplì, the fragrant Roman pizza, delicious sandwiches and, finally, one of the best gelato in the city.

During the route, you will have the opportunity to stroll through the streets and alleys of the historic center, passing by some of the iconic places of the Eternal City: the Jewish Quarter (Ghetto), the Pantheon and Campo de’ Fiori, where the most characteristic market in Rome takes place every day morning.

Our Roman street food tour is a true journey to discover typical Roman delicacies, still prepared according to old traditional recipes, which will make you taste the best of local food and wine.

This is a group food tour, which includes a maximum of 10 participants, to allow guests to fully enjoy the beauty and specialties of Rome.

If you want to take part in a food tour in one of the most characteristic popular neighborhoods of Rome, discover our Trastevere food tour!

Live, taste, enjoy our Roman street food tour!

Why choose the Roman street food tour:

  • It is an immersive experience in authentic Rome
  • It is perfect if you want to taste Roman street food
  • It is led by a local food expert
  • It is suitable for children

The Roman street food tour includes: 

  • City tour guided by a local expert
  • Different tastings of Roman street food
  • Drinks are excluded
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From Monday to Friday at 11:00 am and 5:30 pm.
Sunday at 11:30 am and 4:30pm.


Piazza San Simeone


2 hours and 30 minutes




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