Rome Small Group Tours

Discover and Taste Roman Street Food | Small Group

Discover the culinary traditions that have sustained the city for centuries.

59 €

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  • Availability

    Tue, Thu

  • Duration

    2 hours

  • Start time

    11:00 am

  • Small group

    Max 12 people


59 €

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Why Choose it?

  • Bite into the scrumptious artisanal street food surrounding Campo de' Fiori.
  • Cool off with a refreshing handmade gelato from an authentic gelateria.
  • Wander the bustling Roman streets with an expert local food guide.

Tour description

Rome’s burgeoning street food scene just keeps getting better. There's a reason why the world’s best chefs travel here to get their inspiration. Dotted around areas like Campo de' Fiori, Rome’s bustling open-air market, are dozens of artisanal eateries serving up delicious snacks for hungry travelers.

The flowing waters of the nearby Tiber give a cool breeze in the warm Roman sun. A mix of refreshing gelato, savory supplì, gusts of warm summer air and cool rejuvenating wind provides the perfect Roman excursion in the historic city center. When in Rome, do as the Romans do - and eat like them too.

We’ll take you to try our favourite pizza al taglio

We'll share our favorite foodie hangouts with you along this culinary odyssey. Find long strips of freshly baked pizza, covered with an array of toppings, then sliced and sold by weight to be eaten on the go. Speaking of pizza, no Roman can resist a slice of steaming pizza bianca. Fresh from the oven, stuffed with mortadella, and ready to be enjoyed on the go.

The same goes for Supplì: tomato coated risotto, stuffed with mozzarella, rolled in breadcrumbs and fried until golden. We'll seek these out among the locally beloved hangouts of Rome's best pizzerias before searching for some trapizzino - the most iconic Roman street food (our lips are sealed until you see it).

Then there's the friggitoria where fried food rules

Whether it's a fillet of baccalà (salted cod) or fresh zucchini flowers stuffed with mozzarella and anchovies and fried until oozing, we want to introduce you to the best fried Roman street food the city has to offer. These Italian fritti wash down wonderfully with a cold craft beer.

Italy might be famous for its superb red and white wines, but its beer scene is well on the ascendancy. If you're a hops lover then you've come to the right place. From domestic to import, Rome has kegs of hoppy ales and hefty stouts.

Your full-course street meal isn't complete without dessert

This is the perfect time to taste gelato from an artisanal gelateria, possibly the pinnacle of Roman street food. Served in either a cone or a cup, now is your chance to try rose petal vanilla or avocado with dark chocolate. Indulge yourself in the celebrated Roman tradition of adding a large squirt of whipped cream on top.

To conclude this street food feast, take a shot or hot espresso to re-energise you for the sunny afternoon ahead. You'll have to knowhow to eat like a Roman on-the-go for the rest of your trip.


Local foodie guide
Street food and drinks


  • Campo de' Fiori
  • Piazza Navona

Wheelchair accessible:

Not for small group tours. Guests with limited mobility are encouraged to visit our private tour page.

meeting point:

Campo de' Fiori, beneath the Monk Statue

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excellent guides

Our guides are fluent in English and have a contagious passion for the inspiring cultural heritage of our Italian cities. Experts in their fields, they will immerse you in the hidden histories and intriguing lives of history's great protagonists. So much to see, so easy to miss out: with the help of our guides, visit the most absorbing sites and uncover the stories that have changed the world. Don't miss this fascinating journey!

This tour is also available as a Private Tour!

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