Are We There Yet – Italy Food Tours

Is there a more beautiful and gastronomically-inclined destination than Rome, Italy? Century after century, Rome has never failed to prove its grandeur and what the food culture has become today is quite impeccable. It continues to thrive and is one of many traits that makes Rome unlike any other place in the world and attracts tourists from across the globe. Through Eternity Tours offers a traditional food tour in Rome, “Taste of Eternity.”   

During the food tour of Rome, you will have the opportunity to taste typical Roman dishes while strolling around one of the most characteristic and non touristic neighbourhoods of Rome, full of cafes, pubs and restaurants. You will also visit one of the oldest local fruit and vegetable farmers’ market in Rome. There is no better way to discover how to enjoy and learn about the wonders of Roman cuisine than living it in its traditional context.

The creativity of the chefs, their love and passion for simple flavours and healthy food, along with the spontaneity of the Romans that you will meet during your tour, are the perfect example of how great food is nothing but the result of an ancient wisdom inherited from generation to generation by people. Eating well by expertly combining the right ingredients in a relaxed, slow paced environment that allows you to appreciate and taste the nuances of diverse flavours, is the secret for wellbeing.

Tour includes:

  • Maximum group size of 13 people
  • Expert, fluent English-speaking guides who know and love the Ancient City and have a passion for Italian food.
  • Tour includes tastings in at least 5 different locations.
  • Price is all inclusive for all tastings and meals during the tour.

The classic sights included in the itinerary:

  • Testaccio
  • Piramide
  • Porta San Paolo
  • Famous Testaccio fresh food market
  • Monte Testaccio

Overlooked sights included in the itinerary:

  • John Keats Memorial
  • Famous Gelateria
  • Old meat packing market
  • Lo Scoppetaro

For more information on Through Eternity Tours and the “Taste of Eternity” tour, click here.

Bon Voyage,


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