Roman cuisine (cucina romana) was born in Testaccio. So where better to eat your way through all that Rome has to offer than the city’s original foodie neighbourhood?
Duration:  3hrs 30mins
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- Set off on a three-hour and thirty-minute guided food tour around Testaccio, the neighborhood where Roman food was first founded
- Get a chance to try anything from the well-known quinto quarto (offal) to trapizzino, coda and craft beers made in Italy
- Uncover the daily life of those that have made Testaccio their home as you mix and mingle with the locals
- Guided food tour
Full refunds for cancellations made at least 48 hours in advance.
Nov 24, 2019
We had a wonderful, private tour. The history accompanied the wonderful food. Highly recommend doing this while in Rome, plus it gets you off the beaten path!
Nov 17, 2019
Sarah did an excellent job. We loved the conversation and all the places we stopped. Each was unique and tasted really good. I only wished we had done the tour at the beginning of our trip so we could have gone back to some of them!
Oct 28, 2019
The Eternal City is truly a symphony for the senses and its concerto, the cuisine. To understand its food, is to understand Italy, and probably no place more-so, than Rome. We ventured beyond its historical center, to a thriving, pulsing neighborhood called Testaccio for Tasting Europe's Twighlight Tour. Rish, a Roman and victual virtuoso, was our tour guide/host for the evening, taking us to local haunts, treating us like family, and dropping some serious food-knowledge. (The man knows his stuff!) He unlocked a part of the city that we would have otherwise never visited, but has very much captured our hearts... and our stomachs. If you're visiting Rome and looking for a highly memorable and delicious experience, I recommend the Twighlight Testaccio Tour. And maybe you'll be extra lucky and score Rish as your culinary connoisseur. Buona fortuna e buon appetito!
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