Private Roman Street Food Tour

Tour Guide, Headsets
English, Italian
Transportation from your hotel or lodging to the activity check in.
/ 2 People
Mon, Apr 22 2024
12:30 PM, 1:00 PM, 1:30 PM, 2:00 PM, 2:30 PM, 3:00 PM
Through E
Response rate: 
Response time:
several hours
  • Eat like the locals do and discover Roman street food at its authentic best
  • Explore some of Rome's most characteristic streets in the historic center
  • Discover the fascinating stories behind each specialty with an expert guide
Preview Description
Do as the locals do and savor Roman street food at its best. From delicious taglieri board with fresh cold cuts and cheese to the classic Roman suppli, pizza, and some of the best artisanal gelato!
Learn to eat like a local on our insider Rome Street food tour, and sample mouth-watering on-the-go delicacies you can only taste in the Eternal city. From delicious taglieri board with fresh cold cuts and cheese platter to the classic Roman suppli, pizza bianca and rosso, and some of the best in artisanal gelato! Join us on an exploration of some of the Eternal city's most characteristic streets around vibrant Piazza Navona and Campo dei Fiori as we go in search of Rome at its most authentic. You'll be in the capable hands of one of our gourmet local guides, who know exactly where you need to go to experience Rome's Street food culture at its lip-smacking best. It goes without saying you'll need something to wash down all that goodness, so we will also sample some local house wine along the way. Discover the fascinating histories behind each speciality and learn about the local ingredients that make them quintessentially Roman. So leave your guidebook at home, give Google a rest and follow us - Buon appetito!!
Activity Level
As this is a walking tour with steps and uneven walkways, comfortable walking shoes and a bottle of water are recommended.

Please advise if any travelers have mobility concerns so that we can best accommodate you.
Places Visited
  • Piazza Navona is one of the most beautiful baroque sites in Rome. It was built at the exact place where the Domiziano Stadium was situated.
Piazza Navona Piazza Navona is one of the most beautiful baroque sites in Rome. It was built at the exact place where the Domiziano Stadium was situated. This magnificent square has ... moremore than three magnificent fountains. The Piazza Navona is located in the historic center of Rome, west to the Pantheon. The square is one of the liveliest and most visited squares of Rome, with many outdoor cafes, restaurants and nightclubs in the surrounding areas.

There are several structures that can be found at Piazza Navona namely:

Domitian’s Stadium: this is the stadium that occupied this site before Piazza Navona was built. The stadium was built by Emperor Domitian in 86 AD and although you cannot see it today the Piazza Navona took its oval shape from this structure.

Fountain of the Four Rivers: Its fountains are among the major attractions of Piazza Navona. The central fountain, called Fontana dei Quattro Fium (Fountain of the Four Rivers), is the largest and most attractive. The fountain features four figures, each representing a river from a different continent – rivers Rio de la Plata, Ganges, Nile and Danube. The statues are at the base of a rock supporting an obelisk, originally located at the Massenzio Circus, near the Appian Way.

The Church of Sant’Agnese in Agone: the church was commissioned in 1652 by Pope Innocent X. The facade of the church was designed by Borromini and it was completed in 1670.

Neptune Fountain and Moor Fountain: these are two other outstanding fountains in the Piazza Navona. The first is the Fontana del Nettuno (Neptune Fountain) on the northern side of the piazza and Fontana del Moro (Moor Fountain) on the southern side. The Neptune Fountain was built in 1576 by Giacomo della Porta. During the 19th century, the statues of Neptune surrounded by sea nymphs were added. The Moor Fountain was also built by Giacomo della Porta; and it has a central statue of a Moor holding a dolphin designed by Bernini which was added in the 17thcentury. The Fontana del Moro was vandalized on the 3rd of September 2011. The man who damaged the fountain was captured on the security cameras.

The Piazza Navona has hosted several events and festivals. Between 1650 and late 19th century, The Piazza Navona could be flooded during the summer season and was used for aquatic games and staged marine battles. Piazza Navona is a cool place to hang around and this is true for Rome's local residents as well as tourists. It also features beautiful sculptural and architectural creations. There are many artists who gather in the square to paint and there are also several entertainers and vendors who sell souvenirs. The nightlife at the Piazza Navona is also lively as there are many nightclubs in the surrounding areas of the square. In Christmas the Piazza hosts a charming Christmas market. The Piazza Navona is a square full of life and worth a visit. There are lots of people, artists sharing their talents and lots of places to enjoy meals and have fun.
Attraction, Historic
Minimum Guests:
1 person
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Check In Location
Check In Details
Your guide will meet you at Piazza Farnese in front of the church Santa Brigida. The address is Piazza Farnese. They will have a Through Eternity sign or flag.
Payment & Cancellation
Cancellation Policy
Standard Policy
  • Cancellations made 2 days before will be fully refunded except for a service fee of 3%.
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
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