Taste the famous ice cream of Italy at some of Rome’s best gelateria
Taste one of the best tiramisus in town
Stroll around the fountains and piazzas of Rome city center
Discover unique gelato flavors, such as pistacchio stracciatella
Throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain to one day return to Rome and try more gelati
Linger at Piazza Navona at the end of your tour and see Roman life walk by
Discover the best cafes and drink your coffee the Roman way
Explore the Baroque squares and fountains of Rome on a 2-hour walking tour, stopping to taste the famous gelati of Italy at some of the city’s finest gelateria! Tantalize your taste buds with one of the finest tiramisus in town and sip on a coffee.
Experience the Rome of emperors and popes on a 2.5-hour walking tour of the historic piazzas and fountains, starting at Piazza del Popolo.
Stroll through the famous fashion streets before getting to Piazza di Spagna with Bernini’s unusual fountain of a half-sunken ship. Stop to taste one of Rome’s best tiramasu.
Head towards Piazza di Trevi, where legend says that if you toss a coin in the Trevi Fountain and make a wish you will one day return to Rome. Along the way, stop to sample some of Rome’s legendary gelati at typical gelaterias, each one famous for their unique flavors, such as chocolate orange or pistacchio stracciatella.
Learn the secrets of artisanal gelati, and how to distinguish a good one from a bad one! As you walk, your guide will provide a fascinating history of Rome’s fountains and piazzas, telling stories of some of the city’s notorious characters for added color, before you end in the grandeur of Piazza Navona with a typical Italian coffee.
What’s included:
Tour guide
Gelato and tiramisu tasting with a coffe or cappuccino
Not included:
Additional food
Cancellation Policy
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
Entrance is strictly limited so please arrive 15 minutes prior to the tour start time.
If you arrive after your time slot, unfortunately you cannot be accommodated and will not be refunded.

Know before you go Edit
A moderate amount of walking is involved
Dress code is smart casual
The class is limited to 13 persons to provide an intimate, small group experience

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