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Gourmetaly Food Tours

00184 Rome, Italy
+39 347 656 9935
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There’s no better way to truly understand Rome than through your stomach. Taste your way through the Eternal City, teasing your sweet tooth with the best coffee, tiramisu, and gelato in town as well as Savoury specialties on the famous " Food Crawl Rome Tour" of Campo de Fiori, Jewish ghetto and Trastevere. Guided by a local food connoisseur, your small group of no more than 12-15 people will check out the best of the best during the Espresso & Gelato Tour of Rome. Combining Italy’s famous coffee, gelato, pizza, trattorias, local restaurants and groceries with the sweets and specialties that have become recognizable the world over, these personalized tours will take you to the city’s most renowned coffee shops, gelaterias, and food stores beloved by locals.A relaxed walking tour will bring you through a number of Roman neighborhoods, igniting all of your senses as you learn how to properly order an Italian coffee before stopping in for gelato and tiramisu tastings, or a pizza, why local people eat that style and how to optimize your staying in Italy. Along the way, your guide will teach you about Italian culinary habits and will introduce you to a number of culinary specialties found in local shops. You will also find out about seasonal events and food festivals taking place at the time of your tour.During this sweet excursion, combine your love for food with your passion for Rome! Gourmetaly organizes also private foodie events, Gourmet dinners with paired wines, wine tastings, cooking classes, gelato classes and concerts with wines.
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“jewish ghetto” (51 reviews)
“food crawl” (23 reviews)
00184 Rome, Italy
+39 347 656 9935
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This tour is great. Valeria was friendly and informative. A must do in Rome. The Jewish Quarter was really interesting.

Thank Karen S
Reviewed 1 week ago

We met our guide at the piazza at 4:00 pm. Our guide, Ilaria, was absolutely delightful. She is knowledgeable, gregarious and made the tour a highlight of our time in Rome. First, we watched a chef prepare bread and pizza dough- fascinating. We went to...More

Thank vcr2016
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I am a huge fan of doing food tours when I get into a new city as it helps not only orientate me but most importantly, can ensure I don't waste my time eating food that isn't awesome! This tour was lots of fun, really...More

Thank Cate D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Our tour was so enjoyable. Our guides knowledge of the food and area history was fantastic. We actually went back to the area of our tour a couple days later and spent the better part of the day there. The water buffalo mozzarella was possibly...More

Thank ClarkeItaly2017
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We took this food tour before starting an escorted Italy tour. Our hotel was near the colosseum and with the help of a smart phone, the meeting place was easy to find - about a half hour walk without stops. The guide was friendly and...More

Thank lhall85917
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My foodie family did the luxury gourmet dinner tour and it was amazing! Martina did an exceptional job not only talking about the food parings and wine, but also gave us great food recommendations for the rest of our trip in Rome, Florence, and Venice....More

Thank Chris P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Great tour with a great guide who knew sooo much information. Really gorgeous walk and great food. Was not boring at all!

Thank Danielle G
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Martina is an excellent guide into Italian food. Good wine & food pairing. Good advices about adresses not to miss in Rome (gelati, caffe).

Thank Al T
Reviewed 15 May 2017

We really enjoyed this tour! Our guide, Hilaria (not sure if I spelled that right), was very friendly and spoke wonderful English. She gave lots of information, and even helped us with advice on how to get to our next destination after the tour ended....More

Thank erin464
FoodieDany, Owner at Gourmetaly Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 16 May 2017

Dear Erin, many thanks for your kind review and for your feedback. We'd take your remark and will use to imporve the experience even more in case of others coming a tto empty stomach :) Thank you again and stay connected with us on our...More

Reviewed 15 May 2017

We book a wine dinner tour in a wine cellar near the Pantheon in Rome on our last night there. Martina, Gourmetaly, was our guide was amazing. There were only 4 of us and her. We walked a short distance from the Pantheon to a...More

Thank Sandy B
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Hello, we are doing the Trastevere, Campo de' Fiori and Jewish Ghetto Food Tour, and I am trying to determine where the tour ends, and whether we can expect it to last the full 3.5 hours. We have something planned for 30 minutes after the tour is scheduled to finish (2 pm if it lasts the full 3.5 hours) and I'm trying to determine whether we will need to leave the tour early to make the next activity or the best way to travel between the two depending on where we will be at the tour's end. Thank you!
5 April 2017|
Response from Gourmetaly | Property representative |
hi Erin, tour ends in santa Maria in trastevere square. remember to tell your foodie guide where you have to go so she can suggest you best way to reach your spot after. enjoy tour experience :) cheers
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Do you have a roller bed? If you do, how much do you charge?
3 July 2015|
Response from Joe S | Reviewed this property |
My review was about a food tour..your queston is about a toller bed...i am not the owner but a visitor..bur i think your question is not ment for this review
Hi what is the best food tour to join if you want a sample the best of everything - pasta. pizza and wine? We are 2 persons and will be staying at Hotel Fontanella Borghese from May 22 to 29?
28 April 2015|
Response from Gourmetaly | Property representative |
Hi foodies, our food tour is a combination of different elements: best selection of Roman food (cheeses and hams, pizza, pasta, fried specialties at roman style, and gelato) together with what's behing each recipe, the... More
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