Take a walk in the most beautiful and ancient market of Rome, Campo de Fiori. Have fun and try the goodness of local producers, taste the typical Italian wines, meet new people. Campo de Fiori is probably the oldest and most traditional market in Rome, where the so-called vignarole, ladies who came from the countryside every day, sell their vegetables. It is located in the heart of Rome, very close to Piazza Navona. Today there are not only banquets of fruit and vegetables, but also cheeses, meats, flowers, and other typical products of Rome.
Explore the Campo de Fiori market on a guided tour, savoring the typical products: experience the adventure of tasting and understanding the genuineness of the raw materials and the product of controlled origin. You can get a taste of extra virgin olive oil. We will also stop at Norcino to taste some of the best and most special Italian cold cuts accompanied by a good glass of wine. You will be able to go through fruit and vegetable banquets, taste Amari (bitter) and liqueurs. Specifically, you can taste two types of balsamic vinegar, two types of extra virgin olive oil, two pates (the classic pesto and another based on seasonality), two liqueurs (a limoncello and a cream to taste of the guest).
During this walk you can buy delicious products from Italy.
Once the tour of the market is over, you can create your pizza in a restaurant in the full heart of Rome with dough already pre-rised. Prepare your pizza for lunch. Become a pizza maker by choosing the topping and bake your pizza. Taste the flavor of Rome sitting in a wonderful place in the heart of the Eternal City.
Market tastings may include but are not limited to:
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Piazza di Pasquino 1, Rome, Italy
Meet your guide in front of the Restaurant Pasquino, Piazza di Pasquino 1, near by Piazza Navona, Rome