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“Interesting Experience... beware of the diet!”
Frank Micuzzi

美食爱好者品味罗马 – 美食佳酿徒步之旅

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美食佳酿徒步之旅可完美推荐罗马佳肴。

像真正意大利人那样开始用餐 — 享用肉类、芝士和美酒组成的经典餐前酒。我们的导游会带您前往只有当地人才知道的最地道罗马用餐地。

在永恒之城品尝最衷爱的美味,我们还会探索鲜花广场和特拉斯提弗列的美食中心街区。品尝美味佳肴,从炸鳕鱼块和 suppli 到 pizza al taglio(切块披萨)丰富多样,还可了解罗马美食背后的起源 — 以及让这些产品脱颖而出的标准。

跟当地店主见面,游览罗马一些最古老的设施和隐藏的瑰宝时,成为家庭中的一员。品尝传统的自制菜肴,尤其是当地特色,了解罗马的“trinity of pasta”。

记得一定要为冰淇淋留点胃口 — 这是畅游罗马美食游之夜的完美结束。

itinerary

  1. 我们的罗马美食之旅从鲜花广场开启,这是罗马最充满生机和活力的街区。在熙熙攘攘的咖啡馆和街头音乐家中,您可适时与导游会合,寻觅意大利传统餐前酒— 您将有机会品尝多种多样的美味手工腌制肉类(品质出众受到地理标志保护)搭配意大利佳酿。
  2. 当您在鲜花广场漫步时,导游会先向您介绍独特且美妙的地区历史,然后品尝下一美味盛宴— 芝士。罗马美食之旅的历史老店仅包含意大利起源的、受地理标志保护的多种芝士,再搭配精心挑选的美酒。
  3. 罗马美食之旅的下一站是品尝著名的罗马招牌菜 — 炸鳕鱼块(酥炸鱼)。
  4. 您可以品尝另外两道典型罗马美食,沉浸在当地佳肴之中。您行程中的必不可少的部分,可能也是在罗马最重要的事情之一,就是品尝切片披萨或“pizza taglio”。
  5. 环绕特拉斯提弗列的罗马美食之旅下一站是在另一家食肆品尝美味意大利佳肴“suppli”。全新风味一定会惊艳您的味蕾、满足您的食欲。
  6. 徒步漫游助您消化之后,您可以在特拉斯提弗列的某家舒适餐厅中享用晚餐。该区以优质美食而著称,被视为罗马的最佳用餐选择。您在这可以品尝一道精致的罗马前菜和头两道菜,再搭配两款不同的酿造和原产地受保护的意大利美酒。
  7. 我们会在特拉斯提弗列品尝美味的当地冰淇淋,为美食探险之旅画上句号。在罗马美食之旅结束前,您可以品味美味佳肴、美酒和当地景点,这些都是当地生活必不可少的部分,定会让您满意而归。

what's included

  • 所有食物和美酒的费用
  • 专业导游服务
  • 小团(最多 12 人)

what's not included

  • 接送
  • 小费(可选)

meeting point

我们的 4 小时徒步之旅会从鲜花广场出发,这座广场就位于La Carbonara 餐厅前,是罗马最充满生机和活力的广场。请在游览开始前15 分钟到达,在工作人员处登记。

ending point

我们的旅程在特拉斯提弗列迈入尾声,这是极受欢迎的波西米亚街区,到处都有艺术家、作家和罗马夜生活的爱好者。

important information

若您是素食主义者、对某些食物过敏或不喜欢什么食物的话,请预先告诉我们!

accessibility

若您自己或团队中的任何成员行走困难(使用拐杖或轮椅等),请提前联系我们。该旅程乘坐轮椅无法参加。按需提供的私人旅程才能满足这些需求。

cancellation policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
SCORE REVIEWS
4.75/5
with 4 user reviews
Bob H
It was an amazing experience and our tour guide was amazing help and friendly his name was Adrian, anybody looking to do this tour I say go for it, both educational and very enjoyable.
01/11/2019 02:58
Tarra F
The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. Our first stop was a great little place called Rimessa Roscioli for some cheese and wine samples. From there we went back to Campo Di Fiori and went to Filetti di Baccala for some meats and more wine. The truffle crusted meat was amazing!!! We then walked up the street to a wonderful little place that specialized in a limited menu and had fried Cod (which was amazing as well). From there we walked (beautiful walk at sunset FYI) to Ai Spaghettari for some amazing food. We sampled authentic carbonara pasta, ravioli and fried rice balls with meat. Marcello chatted with the entire table and answered questions about the area as well as customary Italian sayings and "to do's and not to do's" which followed up with hilarious conversations! While we were eating, he asked for some spices for the pasta and warned the table this wasn't your normal chili peppers and to be careful, but watched as we loaded up and we all laughed at each other with our facial expressions. After that we walked to a wonderful gelato shop. Marcello told us that we had to have something other than the standard chocolate and vanilla (if we really wanted to experience authentic and unique Rome gelato, try the exotic flavors). From there we departed, but the group as a whole had a wonderful time and our guide was amazing! I'd recommend doing this on an empty stomach and wearing something comfortable on your feet. Marcello was a great guide, very informative and very personable.The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. Our first stop was a great little place called Rimessa Roscioli for some cheese and wine samples. From there we went back to Campo Di Fiori and went to Filetti di Baccala for some meats and more wine. The truffle crusted meat was amazing!!! We then walked up the street to a wonderful little place that specialized in a limited menu and had fried Cod (which was amazing as well). From there we walked (beautiful walk at sunset FYI) to Ai Spaghettari for some amazing food. We sampled authentic carbonara pasta, ravioli and fried rice balls with meat. Marcello chatted with the entire table and answered questions about the area as well as customary Italian sayings and "to do's and not to do's" which followed up with hilarious conversations! While we were eating, he asked for some spices for the pasta and warned the table this wasn't your normal chili peppers and to be careful, but watched as we loaded up and we all laughed at each other with our facial expressions. After that we walked to a wonderful gelato shop. Marcello told us that we had to have something other than the standard chocolate and vanilla (if we really wanted to experience authentic and unique Rome gelato, try the exotic flavors). From there we departed, but the group as a whole had a wonderful time and our guide was amazing! I'd recommend doing this on an empty stomach and wearing something comfortable on your feet. Marcello was a great guide, very informative and very personable.The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. Our first stop was a great little place called Rimessa Roscioli for some cheese and wine samples. From there we went back to Campo Di Fiori and went to Filetti di Baccala for some meats and more wine. The truffle crusted meat was amazing!!! We then walked up the street to a wonderful little place that specialized in a limited menu and had fried Cod (which was amazing as well). From there we walked (beautiful walk at sunset FYI) to Ai Spaghettari for some amazing food. We sampled authentic carbonara pasta, ravioli and fried rice balls with meat. Marcello chatted with the entire table and answered questions about the area as well as customary Italian sayings and "to do's and not to do's" which followed up with hilarious conversations! While we were eating, he asked for some spices for the pasta and warned the table this wasn't your normal chili peppers and to be careful, but watched as we loaded up and we all laughed at each other with our facial expressions. After that we walked to a wonderful gelato shop. Marcello told us that we had to have something other than the standard chocolate and vanilla (if we really wanted to experience authentic and unique Rome gelato, try the exotic flavors). From there we departed, but the group as a whole had a wonderful time and our guide was amazing! I'd recommend doing this on an empty stomach and wearing something comfortable on your feet. Marcello was a great guide, very informative and very personable.The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. Our first stop was a great little place called Rimessa Roscioli for some cheese and wine samples. From there we went back to Campo Di Fiori and went to Filetti di Baccala for some meats and more wine. The truffle crusted meat was amazing!!! We then walked up the street to a wonderful little place that specialized in a limited menu and had fried Cod (which was amazing as well). From there we walked (beautiful walk at sunset FYI) to Ai Spaghettari for some amazing food. We sampled authentic carbonara pasta, ravioli and fried rice balls with meat. Marcello chatted with the entire table and answered questions about the area as well as customary Italian sayings and "to do's and not to do's" which followed up with hilarious conversations! While we were eating, he asked for some spices for the pasta and warned the table this wasn't your normal chili peppers and to be careful, but watched as we loaded up and we all laughed at each other with our facial expressions. After that we walked to a wonderful gelato shop. Marcello told us that we had to have something other than the standard chocolate and vanilla (if we really wanted to experience authentic and unique Rome gelato, try the exotic flavors). From there we departed, but the group as a whole had a wonderful time and our guide was amazing! I'd recommend doing this on an empty stomach and wearing something comfortable on your feet. Marcello was a great guide, very informative and very personable.The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. Our first stop was a great little place called Rimessa Roscioli for some cheese and wine samples. From there we went back to Campo Di Fiori and went to Filetti di Baccala for some meats and more wine. The truffle crusted meat was amazing!!! We then walked up the street to a wonderful little place that specialized in a limited menu and had fried Cod (which was amazing as well). From there we walked (beautiful walk at sunset FYI) to Ai Spaghettari for some amazing food. We sampled authentic carbonara pasta, ravioli and fried rice balls with meat. Marcello chatted with the entire table and answered questions about the area as well as customary Italian sayings and "to do's and not to do's" which followed up with hilarious conversations! While we were eating, he asked for some spices for the pasta and warned the table this wasn't your normal chili peppers and to be careful, but watched as we loaded up and we all laughed at each other with our facial expressions. After that we walked to a wonderful gelato shop. Marcello told us that we had to have something other than the standard chocolate and vanilla (if we really wanted to experience authentic and unique Rome gelato, try the exotic flavors). From there we departed, but the group as a whole had a wonderful time and our guide was amazing! I'd recommend doing this on an empty stomach and wearing something comfortable on your feet. Marcello was a great guide, very informative and very personable.The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. Our first stop was a great little place called Rimessa Roscioli for some cheese and wine samples. From there we went back to Campo Di Fiori and went to Filetti di Baccala for some meats and more wine. The truffle crusted meat was amazing!!! We then walked up the street to a wonderful little place that specialized in a limited menu and had fried Cod (which was amazing as well). From there we walked (beautiful walk at sunset FYI) to Ai Spaghettari for some amazing food. We sampled authentic carbonara pasta, ravioli and fried rice balls with meat. Marcello chatted with the entire table and answered questions about the area as well as customary Italian sayings and "to do's and not to do's" which followed up with hilarious conversations! While we were eating, he asked for some spices for the pasta and warned the table this wasn't your normal chili peppers and to be careful, but watched as we loaded up and we all laughed at each other with our facial expressions. After that we walked to a wonderful gelato shop. Marcello told us that we had to have something other than the standard chocolate and vanilla (if we really wanted to experience authentic and unique Rome gelato, try the exotic flavors). From there we departed, but the group as a whole had a wonderful time and our guide was amazing! I'd recommend doing this on an empty stomach and wearing something comfortable on your feet. Marcello was a great guide, very informative and very personable.The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. The tour was awesome! Finding the location was super simple and the Campo di Fiori had plenty of things for us to look at and shop around while we waited (we arrived early so we could make sure we knew where we needed to be). We took a seat at the tables in front of La Carbonara. Marcello (I think I spelled it right :p) greeted us and chatted with us while more people showed up. Once we had everyone we split up onto two groups and started. Our first stop was a great little place called Rimessa Roscioli for some cheese and wine samples. From there we went back to Campo Di Fiori and went to Filetti di Baccala for some meats and more wine. The truffle crusted meat was amazing!!! We then walked up the street to a wonderful little place that specialized in a limited menu and had fried Cod (which was amazing as well). From there we walked (beautiful walk at sunset FYI) to Ai Spaghettari for some amazing food. We sampled authentic carbonara pasta, ravioli and fried rice balls with meat. Marcello chatted with the entire table and answered questions about the area as well as customary Italian sayings and "to do's and not to do's" which followed up with hilarious conversations! While we were eating, he asked for some spices for the pasta and warned the table this wasn't your normal chili peppers and to be careful, but watched as we loaded up and we all laughed at each other with our facial expressions. After that we walked to a wonderful gelato shop. Marcello told us that we had to have something other than the standard chocolate and vanilla (if we really wanted to experience authentic and unique Rome gelato, try the exotic flavors). From there we departed, but the group as a whole had a wonderful time and our guide was amazing! I'd recommend doing this on an empty stomach and wearing something comfortable on your feet. Marcello was a great guide, very informative and very personable.
28/09/2019 19:27
Frank Micuzzi
Interesting Experience... beware of the diet!
Super tour around Rome and its "beauties"... you start eating and drinking at 5pm and you get totally lost with a wonderful ice cream at night
02/10/2018 11:17
Charles
Suppli, What a Taste!
I would eat all life long suppli! We really enjoyed this tour! Great Guide
16/02/2018 18:23
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