Reviews: Rome Street Food Tour with Pizza-Making, Trattoria Tastings, & Gelato

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I didn't know I loved food tours until I took my first Devour tour in Venice. Now, I can't get enough. The Rome Street Food Tour was, of course, so delicious! Now I know what I want to eat, where to get it, and how to order. The other part that was just as important was learning about the connection between what we were eating and the culture. And how the history of Rome factors in to popular foods today.

Tour was awesome our guide Fernanda made the whole experience

This was so much fun! Not only were the food stops great but the pizza making was a blast! Worth the price of admission. And a tour is nothing without a good tour guide - Andrea was amazing!

Our tour guide was top notch and the other members of the group were fun to be with. Thanks, Ron & Barbra Goodrich

Sylvia was an exceptional and fun tour guide!

This was my fourth Devour Tour. They are always exceptional. My guide for this tour , Federico, was passionate about Roman food and sharing his knowledge. All the spots we visited were interesting and worthwhile. I highly recommend Devour Tours to everyone.

We had so much fun on our street food tour of Rome! We learned so much about the street food and culture. The food was absolutely incredible and Manuela was a fantastic guide! Her personality and knowledge of all things Rome absolutely made the tour! We can't wait to recommend Devour Tours and Walks to our friends and family!

We had a great time on this tour. Mattia was an excellent guide and explained the history of the areas of the Jewish Ghetto and the local street foods. The pizza making experience in a very active restaurant was the highlight of the tour.

We had a great tour with Sylvia and Chiara who was shadowing her! They were very engaging and had a nice balance of sharing history, culture and good! Sylvia made sure to chat with everyone throughout the walks to each location. The pizza making was in an active restaurant and it would have been nice to have a little more space to see and hear. In the end our pizzas came out and great and we left full and happy!

The best thing about devour tours are the guides. This is our second devout tour and we enjoyed the concept of having a warm and wonderful local guide. The food on this tour was most fried, and very small portions so we didn't really love the food , however the experience was very enjoyable overall