Discover the best places to taste Roman pizza and gelato on our culinary exploration of the Eternal City.
starting time 11:15AM
duration 2 hours
group size Max. 12
There are few things as quintessentially Italian as pizza. An icon of Italy’s food culture around the world, it’s the one dish that every visitor simply has to try - so join one of our pizza-obsessed experts on this special Roman Pizza and Gelato Tasting tour and get the true taste of Italy! Learn how pizza is made and get to grips with the essential ingredients that go into making the perfect pizza, from high-quality dough to mozzarella and Italian tomatoes. Discover pizza's fascinating history dating back to ancient times and uncover the time-honored methods deployed by expert pizza chefs known as pizzaioli, getting an up-close look at the special brick wood-fired ovens that cook them in a matter of minutes. And if you've got a sweet-tooth too fear not, because we've also got you covered: after lunch we'll head off in search of the city's best gelato.
Rome offers many different types of pizza, but which should you taste? Join us for the best Pizza Food Tour in Rome where we offer you the chance to taste and learn about: pizza al taglio, pizza al piatto, pizza romana, pizza bianca, pizza rossa, focaccia, and pizza scrocchiarella. Join our expert food guide and work up your hunger as you stroll through the city centre, learning about Roman pizza traditions and stories with each bite!
meeting pointPiazza Farnese in front of the church Santa Brigida, Piazza Farnese, 96 Rome 00186 Italy
5.0 (2 reviews)
Walking with Julia
We loved our tour with Julia! She was so friendly and knowledgable. And shared many interesting bits of information on our walk between stops. The tastings were great! And a lot! One of the highlights of our stay in Rome. Great for families with young kids (tweens & teens).
Bruno%u2019s excellent guiding skills made this a memorable tour. The food vendors chosen for the visit were new to us and all were delicious, especially Grano%u2019s. Bruno also added historical information that was new to us as we walked along the route. It was a wonderful way to end our visit to Italy.