Taste the daily life of Testaccio, one of Rome’s hip—but classic—neighborhoods, on this walking tour of family-owned delis, bakeries, a market, and historic sites.
Indulge in a series of nibbles (own expense): pasta at an old inn, Italian pastries, cheese, and salami. Continue as you meet local food vendors on the street, in shops, and at the outdoor market.
Walking the streets, you’ll smell food cooking, hear the local banter, and get a sample of the delicious flavor of the Eternal City's everyday life.
Between the stops, the tour visits notable Testaccio sights including a visit to the city’s only surviving pyramid (Pyramide Cestia) and the Cimitero Acattolico per Stranieri, the so-called “Protestant Cemetery” where non-Catholics and artists were buried.