Make the most of a weekend in Rome on this Sunday food tour, eating your way through the ancient city center while discovering some of Rome’s most important sights along the way. Stop in at local restaurants and bakeries, as well as pastry shops, where you will watch sweet delicacies made on the spot.
Meet your guide in a centrally located spot, and begin by discovering the history of the oldest Jewish community in Europe, dating back to the Roman Empire and transformed into a ghetto when Jews were confined by the papacy in 1555. Try iconic Jewish-Roman dishes like fried artichokes, and learn about the Jewish culture's influence on local cuisine. Finish this feast with a gelato-making demo at a local institution. Join in for a glimpse, and more than just a taste of Rome’s flavorful culinary history in one of its oldest and most delicious food neighborhoods.