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Food and History
A different way to taste Rome
Culture is not just paintings and statues, but also everyday life, food and wine. Rome has a lot to offer from this point of view.
An itinerary that brings together all these things starts from the historical Campo de' Fiori market, where visitors can merge in the typical reality of traditional products and then enjoy a taste of mozzarella, one of the glories of Italian cuisine, accompanied by a glass of white wine.

We then proceed through the labyrinth of the alleys of the Renaissance district towards via Giulia, Palazzo Farnese and Palazzo Spada, to reach the ancient Jewish Ghetto, the center of the oldest Jewish community in the West. After admiring the impressive ruins of the Theater of Marcellus, we stop to taste the typical deep fried food of Roman-Jewish cuisine – zucchini flowers, cod fillets, artichokes, and much more depending on season.

From here you can walk the most picturesque streets of the Ghetto up to the Palazzo Caetani, with its wonderful courtyard and the Fountain of the Turtles, where you stop to taste a selection of cheeses, ham and salami enriched by a glass of red wine.

We arrive then in front of the ruins of the Roman temples of Largo Argentina, the site of the killing of Julius Caesar, where the tour ends with a well-deserved espresso coffee!

This itinerary is available also for vegetarians.

Length: 3 hours

Note: Cost of the food and wine tastings: € 30.